In the section 6 you will find breeds of dogs whose origin is very ancient.
Today, all remaining primitive-type dogs are more or less small compared to their Indian Wolf parents. Scientists believe that this evolutionary change has been caused by ecological and environmental factors of their habitats.. Some of the oldest dog breeds evolved partially through self-domestication. These dogs, as the Pharaoh Hound or the Canaan Dog, maintained their natural appearance and habits until now. Other, as the Basenji or the Peruvian Hairless Dog, that are of the same origin, have been drastically altered by the human factor in their breeding process. Surprisingly, some of these wild dogs, as the New Guinea Singing Dog and the Dingo, are still in an early stage of domestication. During its long history, These primitive breeds of dog have generally been used for hunting and surveillance. Although these dogs evolved in many ways, they had some things in common. They are distant, sensitive, alert and independent. But, they are usually easy to train with the proper approach. It also, keep in mind that these dogs are not used to cold weather.
The FCI (Federation Cynologique Internationale) recognize 337 races and each one is ‘property’ from a specific country, where it had its origin. All of them are included in 10 Groups under one registration number, a section number and a group number.
Standard – classification FCI
- Group 5: Spitz and primitive types.
- Section 6: Primitive type
The Basenji is attentive, loving, energetic, curious and reserved with strangers
The coexistence that you are going to have with your
The Canaan Dog He is suspicious of strangers and very affectionate with his clan members
The Canaan Dog they belong to
The Peruvian Hairless Dog is a friendly and adaptable companion.
The exact origin of the hairless dog
The Pharaoh Hound in family is smart, friendly, affectionate and playful.
The Pharaoh Hound It is a hunting dog like those of
The Xoloitzcuintle is a quiet dog, affectionate, loving, sensitive and happy.
One Xoloitzcuintle Mexican may be an unusual phenomenon, but it is not at all