The Shar-Pei looks like its wearing an ill-fitted suit, and underneath all those wrinkles is a devoted dog that can’t get enough of your love.
If the diva-looking Chinese Crested could talk, it may say, “Where’s my coat?”
Is it a rug? Is it a mop? No! It’s a Puli, a herding dog that is renowned for its dreadlocks.
Another hairless canine, the Xolo (a.k.a. the Mexican Hairless) has an exotic look that resembles a big-eared bat with legs instead of wings.
Though the Bull Terrier may get your attention because it looks like it straightened its face running into a wall, this high-energy pup’s precociousness and “class clown” antics will win your heart.
Remember the Dogue named Beasley who played Hooch in the 1989 film Turner and Hooch? Despite its drooling, snoring and shedding, this wrinkly lovable hulk of a dog will quickly get a leading role in your home.
One look at this dog and you’ll wonder if Mary had a little lamb or if she had a Bedlington.
The Tibetan Mastiff is a massive furry force to be reckoned with.
The Affenpinscher makes us wonder if Chewbacca from Star Wars lost his littlest brother.
Also known as the Peruvian Hairless, this canine’s name in the Inca language translates into naked dog. Yep, it definitely looks that way.
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