1. Chinese Crested Dog
A (mostly) hairless breed of dog, the Chinese Crested Dog comes in two varieties—one completely devoid of hair (the Hairless) and one with minimal hair (the Powderpuff) in just a few places.
A hypoallergenic pup, the Affenpinscher is also known as the Monkey Terrier.
3. Neapolitan Mastiff
Droopy and wrinkly in its features, the Neapolitan Mastiff (or Mastino Napoletano) originally came over from Italy.
4. Bedlington Terrier
The Bedlington Terrier appears pretty standard as far as looks go...Until, of course, you zero in on this rare breed's oddly-shaped and heavily-haired head.
6. Griffon Brussels
Ah, the Griffon Brussels. With a naturally grumpy look, this toy breed is surprisingly beloved for its loving and affectionate temperament.
Also called the Russian Hunting Sighthound, the Borzoi is a Russian hunting dog with an oblong face and tall, long legs.