According to the American Canine Federation, there are over 350 recognized dog breeds across the world. But through the years there are also extinct dogs that you may never hear of before.
Most of these dogs have gone extinct because people no longer find these dogs desirable.
In this article, I am going to provide you with information about 15 extinct dog breeds so you can learn more about what happened to extinct dogs and how we can preserve modern pedigrees.
Talbot existed in medieval times and was very common in England. Talbot is good at hunting and usually depicted in artwork like this as mostly small or medium-sized dogs.
Though Talbots have disappeared, it is believed that their descendants were still roaming around the Earth. The modern Beagle and Bloodhounds are likely the ancestors of the Talbots. This breed became extinct in the late eighteenth century but no one truly knows why and still a mystery.