Pugs are incredibly friendly and love everyone. Outgoing little goofballs, they spend their best life at the dog park, home, and everywhere in between. Their silly faces bring joy.
One word: Lassie Like their TV counterpart, collies are smart, kind, loyal, and stubborn, like when Timmy gets stuck in a well and needs aid. PetMD.com recommends collies for "for an outdoors-y partner, and who also have a family to share her with."
Goldens are popular family dogs because they are silly, loving, and cheerful. These gentle lugs are patient with youngsters and other pets and love napping with their family.
This "doodle" breed is friendly, docile, and trainable like its Labrador Retriever parents. Like most mixed breeds, each looks different. They can have wavy, curly, or wiry coats and weigh 50–65 pounds or 16–25 pounds.
Don't believe their size. Great Danes cuddle well. American Kennel Club calls Great Danes "a joy to live with," friendly, patient, and loyal. These beautiful dogs are boisterous babies but gentle giants as adults.
Old English Sheepdogs' silky, shaggy coats beg to be petted. Andy they'll like it. Famous for their coats, these dogs love to explore but are calm. The American Kennel Club says they have a "off switch" indoors.
This dog loves napping in your lap in the afternoon. The American Kennel Club says they're wonderful family pets because they're loving with kids. They are affectionate, energetic, and extroverted, and their large, gorgeous eyes practically allow them get away with anything.
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.
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