32 native dog breeds most at risk of extinction in the UK

Bloodhound is one of the most endangered native breeds in Britain.  Image: Matthew Eisman / Getty ImagesBloodhound is one of the most endangered native breeds in Britain. Image: Matthew Eisman / Getty Images

The Kennel Club has identified the native dogs that are in decline in the UK.

These breeds of British and Irish descent are considered endangered due to their declining registration numbers.

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The Kennel Club says it highlights these dogs because “some breeds are so few in number that they are completely unrecognizable to the British public” and that this is a concern because “it means breeds that are perfect for lifestyle of people might fit on the market “. overlooked in favor of other races that may not be ”.

– Otterhound – only 7 were registered in 2020

– Skye Terriers – only 27 were registered in 2020

– Bloodhound – only 32 were registered in 2020

– Glen of Imaal Terriers – only 36 were registered in 2020

– Spaniel (Sussex) – only 44 were registered in 2020

– Retriever (Curly Coated) – only 55 were registered in 2020

– King Charles Spaniel – only 56 were registered in 2020

– Spaniel (Irish Water) – only 57 were registered in 2020

– Spaniel (Field) – only 69 were registered in 2020

– Collie (Smooth) – only 72 were registered in 2020

– English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) – only 75 were registered in 2020

– Norwich Terriers – only 81 were registered in 2020

– Irish Red and White Setters – only 83 were registered in 2020

– Dandie Dinmont Terriers – only 87 were registered in 2020

– Lancashire Heeler – only 92 were registered in 2020

– Mastiff – only 104 were registered in 2020

– Fox Terriers (Smooth) – only 120 were registered in 2020

– Welsh Corgi (Cardigan) – only 132 were registered in 2020

– English Setters – only 140 were registered in 2020

– Lakeland Terriers – only 145 were registered in 2020

– Sealyham Terriers – only 153 were registered in 2020

– Manchester Terriers – only 155 were registered in 2020

– Kerry Blue Terriers – only 161 were registered in 2020

– Bull Terriers (miniature) – only 185 were registered in 2020

– Spaniel (Clumber) – only 188 were registered in 2020

– Irish Wolfhound – only 195 were registered in 2020

– Spaniel (Welsh Springer) – only 205 were registered in 2020

– Deerhound – only 206 were registered in 2020

– Old English Sheepdog – only 227 were registered in 2020

– Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers – only 243 were registered in 2020

– Bearded Collie – only 268 were registered in 2020

– Gordon Setter – only 268 were registered in 2020

The Kennel Club says, “To give these dogs the chance they deserve, it’s important that you consider the lesser-known breeds when considering getting a dog.”

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