Average boxers would be class clowns. Boxers crave attention. To be social, these devoted dogs need positive attention, which they will return. Boxers make great pets for families with kids.
Staffordshire bull terriers, a pit bull breed, with huge smiles that reveal their lovely personality. Originally fighters, they now love. Unfortunately, their loyalty to humanity made them good fighters.
Although the Newfoundland's size may deter some, its kind, calm, and gentle nature makes it ideal for youngsters, other dogs, and dog-friendly cats. This breed is kind and loyal.
Lassie's writings and movies show that collies are smart, caring, and loyal. They are friendly, like family time outdoors, and are great for kids. A very active family is recommended for this herding dog
Poodles, whether toy, miniature, or standard, are smart dogs that learn tricks, learn obedience, and compete in flyball and agility. Poodles shed little and are nearly hypoallergenic.
They may appear to be frowning or confused, but don't be fooled. Friendly, easygoing, low-maintenance bulldogs make loyal companions. They want to be with you always.
Corgis are smart, friendly dogs who enjoy family. Perhaps because they were bred to be attentive as herding, guard, and companion dogs, they're always focused on their humans.
Most dogs know they need food, shelter, and love. Some dogs are more aloof towards people. Chows usually accept cuddling but don't like it. Basenjis and Afghan hounds adore their owners but may not like strangers.
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