1. Siberian Husky (or Husky) – snow dog sled
Husky dogs are originally from Siberia – Russia and have very close relatives with wolves. For thousands of years, people have bred and bred Husky dogs to pull snowmobiles and transport goods all over Siberia. Husky dogs have a modest but balanced body, a strong appearance and extremely flexible. They can run and drag continuously for tens of kilometers in extreme weather conditions without stopping. Husky dog fur has 2 layers and is extra thick to help keep the body warm in -50 degrees.
Today, people rarely use Husky dogs for pulling cars, but often keep them as pets due to their attractive good looks. In Vietnam, this breed is also bred very popular with the popular price for each purebred Husky of 6-10 million. See all articles on the Husky breed.
2. Alaskan Malamute (or Alaska) – Snow dog sledding
Mentioned Husky, it is impossible not to mention the legendary Alaskan dog. It is a dog that is closely related to the Husky, they are domesticated by the Mahlemut tribe, living in Alaska. Later, the Eskimos discovered that they had extremely poor health, so they trained them to pull snow carts on long and continuous journeys. The original Alaskan dog was just as big as a Husky. For thousands of years, people have tried to breed to become bigger, stronger, and more resilient Alaskan dogs. Thanks to its extraordinary strength, Alaska participated in the polar exploration voyages of the explorers of the world.
From the 18th century onwards, Alaska was bred very popular as a pet and quickly took the place in the top 10 most beautiful dog breeds in the world. In Vietnam today, purebred Alaskan dogs are sold for between 8 and 10 million per individual. See all articles on the Alaskan race.
3. Golden Retriever (or Golden) – Dog
Golden is a breed of dog that originated in England, bred over many generations from many different breeds. Golden is a breed with a very strong hunting instinct, able to detect traces very well based on smell, so they are used by police in many countries around the world to detect drugs and explosives. Although they are hunting dogs, they are very gentle, friendly, mean and most of all loyal to humans. Golden dog has a well-proportioned and healthy body. The coat color ranges from creamy yellow to brown (red is not recognized as golden).
Today, Golden is the most popular dog breed bred in families in the United States and in many European countries. In Vietnam, golden dogs are sold at a popular price of 4-7 million. See all articles about Golden Retriever dogs
4. Poodle – Dog
The poodle is a famous French amphibious and duck hunting breed (or German, of unclear origin). They have very thick, curly fur which helps them stay warm when diving in European swamps. Poodle dogs have 3 popular sizes: toy (under 25cm), mini (25 – 40cm) and standard (over 40cm high). The toy poodle is ranked among the most beautiful and beautiful dog breeds in the world.
In Vietnam, the toy poodle is the most popular breed, in addition there are two other varieties (not officially recognized), the little poodle and the teacup poodle. The price of each toy poodle is around $ 4-6 million. See all articles on poodle breeds.
5. German Shepherd (or Becgie) – Shepherd dog
The German Shepherd is a medium-sized dog, weighing 20-40 kg, with a height of 55-65 cm, originating in Germany. This is a fairly new breed in the dog family, first bred in 1899 in Germany, belonging to the group of sheepdogs. Originally raised as a shepherd, he was later trained to serve in the police and military due to his intelligence, strength, agility, loyalty, and ability to obey commands well in training. The becgie dog is the most served dog breed in the police force in all countries of the world.
In Vietnam, many becgie dogs are also trained in crime prevention. The price per purebred becgie dog in Vietnam is sold with popular prices ranging from 4 to 7 million. See all articles on Becgie dogs.
6. Labrador Retriever (or Labrador) – hunting dog
The Labrador is a popular hunting breed in the United States, often trained to retract when hunting. In the past, the Labrador was a very popular breed by Portuguese sailors because they were gentle, friendly, very intelligent and strong, they could help fishermen to pull nets and catch fish. The Labrador has also been considered the most popular breed in the United States for many years, they are kept in families and are often considered members of the household.
In Vietnam, pure and healthy Labrador can be sold for 3-5 million. The Labrador retriever of Thai origin sells for 6-8 million. See all articles on the Labrador Retriever dog.
7. Samoyed (or Sam) – sled dog and hunting dog
The Samoyed dog is native to the taiga mountains in the northwest of Siberia – Russia. It is a dog very close to the Husky and Alaskan breed. The Samoyed dog has a strong, flexible body that can pull cars continuously on very long trips. The coat is 2 layers thick, the paws are strong and ribbed and are able to follow very well in the snow. It is a high ranking dog in Samoyed society, they have a very close bond with the people here, helping them to carry food, to hunt and to fight for protection from the enemy. Today the Sam is very popular in Europe, America and Canada and is one of the finest dog breeds, winning numerous awards at major dog shows.
Currently, the Samoyed dog is gradually becoming popular in Vietnam, Samoyed children have adapted well to the tropical climate. The price per purebred Samoyed in Vietnam is 6-10 million. See all Samoyed dog items.
8. Great Dane – family dog
The Great Dane is also the tallest dog breed in the world, an individual of the Great Dane who holds the Guinness Record as the tallest dog in the world with a height of 1.2m and a weight of 70.3 kg. The Great Dane is very popular in the United States among families. Although they are oversized, they are very soft and close to people. The Great Dane has a well-proportioned body, a broad chest, a tight stomach, high legs and extremely agile. They can come in black, white, light yellow (quite rare) or a mixture of these colors.
In Vietnam, the Great Dance dog is very well adapted to the climate but has not been bred on a large scale, each Great Dane dog costs around 6-8 million.
9. Doberman Pinscher (or Doberman) – guard dogs
The first Doberman dog was born in Germany in 1890, by the breeder Louis Dorbermann. Doberman was born from a combination of strong German Pinscher, Rottweiler, Thuringian Shepherd, Black Greyhound, Great Dane, Weimaraner, German Shorthaired Pointer and Former German Shepherd breeds. The exact match ratio so far is only held by Louis Dobermann. However, it is certain that the Doberman has the lineage of at least four of these breeds.
The doberman dog has a strong, elegant, powerful and muscular appearance. The chest is wide, the neck is high, the ears are erect, the legs are long and very nimble. Each adult Doberman measures 65 to 75 cm and weighs between 30 and 45 kg, depending on the sex of the male. Doberman has an aggressive character, is wary of strangers, but very loyal to his owner, so he is often used as a guard dog, housekeeper and professional dog.
In Vietnam, the Doberman began to be bred and has grown in popularity since 2010. Dog lovers have also imported purebred German Dobermens to supplement the limited genetic resources of domestic dogs. Currently, a purebred doberman in Vietnam has a high price tag, around 10 million.
10. America Pit Bull Terrier (or pitbull) – Dogs of war
Pitbulls are originally from England, entered the United States at the end of the 18th century. The original Pitbulls were quite small, they were gradually bred to become larger and more aggressive to serve the “stylish” sport of the contemporaries was dog fighting and Bull & Bear Baiting. The name Pitbull was also born from this sport. By the turn of the 20th century, entertainments such as dog fighting and bull baiting were considered inhumane and prohibited throughout America and Europe. Pitbulls were bred to be gentler and converted into domestic dogs.
The beauty of the pit bull comes from the muscular body, muscular forehead, big head and body of the boxer. Pitbulls today are not by nature more aggressive (but also gentler) Doberman, people fear them and give them the name of the fiercest breed in the world simply because of their fierce appearance. They only become aggressive when provoked or bred in hostile environments by dog hunters.