Speaking of friendly lugs, the English bulldog is one. Natural sweetness, docility, and gentleness characterize them. Hill calls bulldogs "people-oriented" and "actively solicit human attention."
The AKC deems labs America's favorite dog, and it's obvious why. They are smart, even-tempered, trainable, and eager to please. They are great field and home companions and will do anything for their loved ones, especially for food.
The American bulldog, a long-legged relative of the English bulldog, is sloppy and lively. They joined butchers and farmers in the American colonies in the 17th century.
The American Kennel Club calls these silly dogs "loyal, alert, and curious". These little dogs are full of character. These boisterous dogs will follow their particular humans to the kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and anywhere else they are invited.
These dogs have a poor reputation, yet in the proper environment, they can hog the bed or think they're lap dogs despite weighing up to 80 pounds! They enjoy people and make great family pets that are affectionate and hard to wake up.
These gentle giants are known for their peaceful, caring nature. Based on his own family's experience with Newfoundlands, J.M. Barrie determined the Darling family required a Newfoundland to be the patient nursemaid to their three children in Peter Pan.
King Charles Cavalier Since King Charles' reign, gorgeous Spaniels have been companions. They are spaniels and can hunt, but they also love playing with youngsters in the backyard or sleeping on the couch with granny.
Although small, these pups have big personalities and appear to think they rule. These boisterous dogs are great pets for anyone who like a little snark between cuddles.
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