What are some less known Spanish dogs breed?

There are hundreds of dog breeds in the world, each with its characteristics and peculiarities in terms of appearance, size, or character. According to the RSCE (Royal Canine Society of Spain), there are 23 Spanish dog breeds, although other federations recognize up to 40 as originating in the country. Tiendanimal is very helpful when it comes to pets.

In this article we will review the Spanish breeds of dogs endemic to the Iberian Peninsula, explaining in a general way how they are, the most notable details about their character. We mention that these dog breeds are very common in families according to opinionesespana.es.

1.  Spanish Greyhound

Spanish greyhound stands out among all breeds of a greyhound for its stylized appearance and, unfortunately, for the serious abuse it suffers in Spain. Every year, hundreds of greyhounds are abandoned and euthanized at the end of the hunting season or when they are of no use in greyhound racing. Therefore, it belongs to one of the fastest dog breeds in the world.

2.  The Canary Dog

Canarian Hound, endemic to the Canary Islands, has traditionally been used to hunt rabbits. He is considered to have an excellent sense of smell, as well as prodigious vision and hearing. It is a large Spanish dog that reaches between 53 and 60 centimeters at the withers. It has a tight smooth layer, usually deep red, with white spots. Their sharp ears stand out.

3.  Valencian power

Valencia Hound, as the name suggests, is native to Read More

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