Canine popularity is simple to evaluate; it can be efficiently evaluated by the prevalence of a breed
which is then inversely proportional to the level of demand for the breed.
The prevalence of certain dogs is naturally lower than that of others.
Their "unpopularity" is more likely due to the fact that they are extremely rare than it is to the fact that they are not
appealing or magnificent canines in their own right. Quite simply, there are not a lot of them in the area.
Let's take a look at some of the breeds that aren't getting as much attention as others and show them some affection.
The Finnish Lapphund, a robust and hefty reindeer herder that originates from the Arctic Circle,