Check the complete list of famous Dog breeds in the world. I will also share they are related to which movie.
Foundation of human-dog relationship today. Yes, Dog human true friend for a long century when humans live in caves. If you talk about their breeds globally, it is about 200+ approx, including our street dog. The modern grey wolf is the dog’s nearest living relative. The dog was the first species to be domesticated.
Dog loves to eat Meat, Milk, Egg, and Fish(Depend on mood)
So start with some more facts about dogs(Friends).
1. Domestic Dog (Street Dog)-
These breeds are more popular and available worldwide. Also, they are very friendly.
Laika is also female street dog and become first dog in space history.
2. Some Popular Dogs Breeds.
German sphered, Golden retriever and Labrador are most common dogs now a day, You can see in your area and park as well. They are called Family Dogs.
3. Some Aggressive Dog.
Yes, some dog’s nature is a little bit aggressive and needs some training, if you want to plan any of these dogs please make sure he is trained with good command with you.
- American Pit Bull Terrier
- Siberian Husky
4. Famous Dog- Shiba Inu
Yes, Shiba Inu and Japanese Dog have become more famous because it names two big cryptocurrencies launched. Dogecoin (Elon Musk favorite crypto currency)
- Shiba Inu
5. Movie time- 2 Real incident based inspired dogs movie.
The story of Togo (Norwegian dog) is an incredible true story, his trainer Leonhard Seppala and his lead sled dog, Togo. Together, they endure harsh conditions as they try to transport medicine during an epidemic of diphtheria. They faced lots of problems during transportation but Togo Finally saves all other dog’s life including Simpala and delivered medicine on time.
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale(2009)
Hachiko: A Dog’s Tale (2009) is a true dog story, This is the story of a Japanese dog “Hachiko” (Akita) has a good relationship with his master(college professor) that he waited for him each day at a Tokyo train station. After his master(college professor) died in 1925, the dog continued his daily vigil for nine years until his death. A series of newspaper stories turned Hachiko into a national symbol for loyalty.