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Dogs are man’s best friends, that is common knowledge, so we’re not really surprised when we see dogs on the street. But all that thought for a moment, because we’re about to show you some of the most unusual and rare dogs that you’ll ever see.

5-English Mastiff

The English Mastiff by the name Hercules this dog weighs 128 kilos. Hercules is 100% organic although he looks as if it was raised on some heavy steroids. The key is fresh air, regular straws, a healthy diet and his owner’s pure modest beautiful love. By the way, not so long ago the internet, exploded with photos of some unbelievably tall Mastiff, that is as high as a horse.+

4- Gibson

The Gibson dog is incredible. When it stands on its legs, it makes even the tallest of men look pretty small, because this way he’ll be 203 centimeters high. It may seem a little bit creepy, but this dog is as kind as any other pet dog.


According to the Book of Guinness World Records, Jesse is the cleverest dog in the world. Jesse is a Jack Russell Terrier, he helps a lot with cleaning, by running the vacuum cleaner and washing floors. Jesse even knows how to do shopping, how to open doors and get the mail. Yeah, I guess this dog does more cleaning than most people. Jesse has his own YouTube channel, by the way with quite a few subscribers. I wouldn’t be surprised to know that he has his own videos.

2-Tibetan Mastiff

The Tibetan Mastiff is the world’s most expensive breed without a doubt. They sort of look like bears rather than dogs. It’s a very rare and beautiful breed. Reportedly the most expensive Tibetan Mastiff is a guy by the name Hong dongs, a Chinese millionaire bought that dog for 1 million five hundred thousand dollars when the bud was only 11 months old.

The Sicilian Greyhound looks sort of strange. If you ask me they are like big versions of rats, and because of their proportions, they’re incredibly fast. And though they may seem a little stiff they are actually very kind. They are thinly wired, with evenly distributed muscles, such as a greyhound.

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