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What’s Your Right Dog

What’s Your Right Dog

What’s your right Dog

Choosing a dog for a pet is an exhilarating experience, it's a moment of joy and commitment. 

It’s a very big decision to make as you will become responsible for a life and that life will depend entirely on you. It’s like adopting a child, so caution should be made when choosing a dog.

 Just going to a pet shot or adoption center and choosing the one you think bonded with you can be a very disastrous move. 

Let me help categorize breeds of dog so you can choose your right dog.

Easy to train: 

Let's first talk about training your dog. Training your dog is essential as right training can make your dog an asset to your family where wrong moves can make it a terror to live with. Training your dogs can be a challenging issue. Here are some breeds that are easy to train. 

Australian shepherd

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Doberman Pinscher

German Shepherd Dog

Golden Retriever

Rottweiler

Poodle (Miniature)

Papillon

Shetland Sheepdog


Family Dog: 

If you have a family and possibly children, then these dogs are a good choice for you. With a little training they can become a member of your family, their friend and protector. 

For they go along well with other people and pets.

Beagle

Bernese Mountain Dog

Boxer

Golden Retriever

Great Dane

Labrador Retriever

Pug

Staffordshire Bull Terrier


Energetic dog breeds: 

These are your get up and go dogs. They are playful in nature and love to spend their time playing and can be demanding for your company. So if you have a busy lifestyle or are lazy in nature then it's best to avoid them for both party’s sake. But if you are trying to shape your life and trying to become active then these breeds are a fantastic choice. 

Airedale Terrier

Australian Shepherd

Border Collie

Dalmatian

Miniature Pinscher

Siberian Husky

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Weimaraner


Dog for allergy sufferer: 


These dogs are said to be the most suited for you if you are allergic. These are proven to be tolerable by allergy prone people. Their long hair make them good for allergy prone people.       

Bichon Frise

Cairn Terrier

Chinese Crested Dog

Poodle (Standard)

Yorkshire Terrier


Laid Back Dogs

We have talked about energetic dog breeds so it’s only natural that we talk about laid back dog breeds. They are your ideal idle pets. Loves to lazy around and easy to manage. 

Bulldog

Bullmastiff

Chihuahua

Clumber Spaniel

French Bulldog

Pug

MastifDog


Your dog is your pet's best friend:

These are the pet friendly dogs that you need if you already have pets in your house. They play well with groups so you don’t have trouble introducing your pets. 

Bernese Mountain Dog

Black and Tan Coonhound

Golden Retriever

Havanese

Harrier

Labrador Retriever

Sussex Spaniel

Petit Basset Griffon VendeFrise


Tini Tiny Lap Dogs: 

These are the smallest branch of dog breeds and perfect for a lap dog. Some are even perfect for a purse dog. They are most of the times gentle in nature and that  makes them even better.

Bichon Frise

Chihuahua

Dachshund (Miniature)

Maltese

Yorkshire Terrier

Shih Tzu

Pomeranian



Small Size Dogs: 

Let’s now divide them by size and why not. These small angels are perfect for small houses and take comparatively less effort. They may be small in size but the love they give is no way smaller.

Bichon Frise

Chihuahua

Dachshund (Miniature)

Maltese

Yorkshire Terrier

Shih Tzu

Pomeranian

Australian Terrier

Affenpinscher

Papillon

Shiba Inu

PHound


Medium Size Dogs:

They include most of the breeds and as such includes most varieties. They are perfect for most people. Medium may sound like average but in no way are they. They are precious, every single one of them.

Afghan Hound

American Water Spaniel

Australian Shepherd

Bulldog

German Pinscher

Irish Terrier

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Tibetan Terrier


Large Size Dogs: 

These are the gentle giants. They are large in size and can be a handful if you are not an experienced trainer. They may require extra effort from your part and specialized training. 

Alaskan Malamute

Bernese Mountain Dog

German Shepherd Dog

Bloodhound

Mastiff

Saint Bernard

Old English Sheepdog


SO depending on your personality, family and economic demographic you should choose the one or more than one you would like to adopt. 



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