Often called the "barkless dog," Basenjis are known for their independence and unique yodel-like vocalization.
Originally bred in South Africa, these dogs are known for their distinctive "ridge" of hair on their back and are often called "African Lion Hounds."
This South African breed is a powerful and protective working dog with a strong, muscular build.
Hailing from West Africa, Azawakhs are slim, elegant sighthounds known for their speed and agility.
The Africanis is a landrace breed found in several African countries, known for its adaptability and resilience.
These North African sighthounds are sleek and agile, originally bred for hunting in arid desert regions.
Despite its name, the Pharaoh Hound likely originated in ancient Egypt but is more closely associated with the island of Malta.
South Africa's Boerboel is a large, powerful breed known for its protective instincts and loyalty to its family.
Although the Canaan Dog's exact origin is debated, it is often associated with the Middle East and North Africa.