10 Dog breeds losing popularity

1. Canaan dogs

The Canaan dog is one of the oldest breeds in the world. It is in the group of dogs called herders.

2. Pekingese

Pekingese were originally bred for Chinese royalty, and they have a very royal look. Their small size, long coat, lion's mane, and unique way of walking make them stand out.

3. Schipperkes

Schipperkes were originally bred to work in the dockyards of Belgium. They are fierce watchdogs, which is how they got the name "little captain."

4. Miniature pinschers

The "min pin" was most popular in 1998, when it reached #16. Since then, the number of these dogs in the United States has dropped by a lot. 

5. American water spaniels

The Great Lakes area is where the American water spaniel was first raised. Some people think that these strong swimmers are related to the curly-coated retriever and the Irish water spaniel.

6. Scottish deerhounds

The Scottish deerhound is one of a kind in many ways. This dog is one of the tallest purebreds.

7. American foxhounds

American foxhounds are the second least popular breed on this list, even though they are bred in the U.S. Because this breed needs a lot of exercise.

8. Kuvaszok

The Kuvasz is a rare breed that was nearly wiped out by World War II. Even though this dog has a Turkish name and used to live in Hungary, it was first bred in Tibet.

9. Lhasa apsos

The high standards of Lhasa apsos may be making them less popular. Once bred for palaces and monasteries, these dogs have coats that reach the floor and need to be brushed often.

10. Dalmatians

In the 1990s, Dalmatians became very popular. After "101 Dalmatians" came out in 1996, families all over the world got these spotted dogs.

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