Thursday, February 23, 2012

Handsomest Shorthaired Dogs With Curly Twirl Tails

Some dogs have extremely large ears and others do not. Some dog breeds are longhaired while others are shorthaired. You will also see dog breeds with long legs while other breeds have extremely short legs. Amazingly, there are also dogs without faces because their faces are covered with long hair, beard and mustache. There are also breeds of dogs with long tails while others are tailless. In addition, there are also breeds of dog with curly tails. Here are some remarkable dog breeds with curled or twirled tails.

1.) Basenji



One of the unique and popular dog breed in the world is the Basenji. This dog breed with twirled tail was bred for hunting that originated in Africa.

2.) Finnish Spitz



The neat-looking Finnish Spitz is a dog breed with curled tail that originated in Finland where it is known in the Finnish language asSuomenpystykorva”. It was originally bred for hunting. This friendly dog, which is the national dog of Finland, is suitable for children and adapts well for domestic life.

3.) Korean Jindo Dog
Korean Jindo Dog, a SpitzImage via Wikipedia






















The Korean Jindo Dog with twirled tail originated in the Korean island of Jindo. It was bred for hunting and is known for its brave characteristic. This dog breed is a very loyal pet.

4.) Norbottenspets



The Norbottenspets is an ancient dog breed used for hunting and farm. It is now a very popular companion dog. The dog is characterized by a curly twirl tail.

5.) Norwegian Buhund



The Norwegian Buhund, which is closely related to the Icelandic Sheepdog, is a dog breed that originated in Norway and like the Icelandic Sheepland; it is also distinct for its curled tail. This multi-purpose dog is utilized in farming, herding and guarding.

6.) Shikoku




The Shikoku is a good-looking Japanese dog breed with curled tail. Other names of this dog from Japan are Kochi-ken, Mikawa Inu and Japanese Wolfdog.

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