There is no doubt that dogs are man’s best friends. They are loyal and always there to cheer you up with their warm personalities. That’s why there are museums dedicated to these adorable furry animals.
Akita Dog Museum, Japan
We all remember the movie Hachi: A Dog’s Tale, the story about a loyal Akita dog, right? Well, in the mountainous region of Akita Prefecture, there is a museum dedicated to Akita. It is the only museum devoted to dogs in Japan. The whole project was the brainchild of the people from the Akita Dog Preservation Society.
Musée Et Chiens Du Saint-Bernard, Switzerland
St Bernard is a huge dog breed which was used in the rescue of mountaineers at the Great St Bernard Pass on the Italian-Swiss border. The museum, which is fully dedicated to St Bernards, is situated in the city of Martygny, and it was opened in 2006.
Last year, the adorable little dachshunds got their first museum. It is located in the city of Passau and was created by Josef Küblbeck and Oliver Storz. The Dacklemuseum has a collection of 4,500 various items celebrating the adorable doggies whose breed dates back to the 17th century.