Scottish deerhounds face the risk of extinction in Scotland because of exclusive ownership and limited breeding. These dog are excellent hunters and are known for chasing red deer. They having long legs, shaggy grey hair, and a friendly nature.
This large and noble breed,known for its excellent swimming and scent-tracking abilities is considered one of the rarest breeds in the world
Originating from Scotland, this smaller Terrie with a distinctive top knot is facing a decline in numbers and is classified as a vulnerable breed. Factors such as changes in popularity and limited breeding have contributed to its endangered status.
Dandie Dinmont Terrier
This gentle and affectionate spaniel breed has seen a significant decrease in population, making it one of the rarest spaniel breeds.
Skye Terriers, with their long, flowing coats and loyal nature are listed as vulnerable breed due to their low numbers.
Originally bred as working dogs, these small terriers from Ireland are now considered a vulnerable breed and are in need of preservation efforts.
Glen of Imaal Terrier
With unique characteristics like extra toes and incredible flexibility, this ancient Norwegian breed is critically endangered and required urgent conservation.
Despite its popularity in certain regions, the Tibetan Mastiff is considered a vulnerable breed due to declining numbers and challenges in maintaining its genetic diversity.