7 Tips for Finding the Right Dog: These are 7 of the most well-known dog breeds. Also, the good and bad things about each breed to help you pick the best dog for your home. Every dog is so cute and good for you.
1. A French Bulldog
French Bulldogs, sometimes called “Frenchies,” have short hair that sheds a moderate amount. When fully grown, Frenchies weigh between 16 and 28 pounds. They are small to medium-sized dogs.
Frenchies are good at getting used to new places and routines. On top of that, Frenchies are friendly and don’t really care about personal space.
Frenchies aren’t as territorial as some other breeds, and they tend to be shy around new people. If you want a guard dog, a Frenchie might not be the best choice.
2. Pug or Labrador
Labrador Retrievers are friendly dogs that get along with everyone. Their fur is rough and thick, and they can get as big as 55 to 80 pounds. Labradors enjoy swimming, running, and hunting.
Labrador Retrievers make great family pets and are easy to train. Are you active and have a busy home? The Labrador Retriever might be the right dog breed for you.
Labradors need to run every day to keep their minds and bodies healthy. If you are allergic to dogs, they might not be a good fit for you because they shed a lot.
3. Dachshund Dog
Dachshunds, which are sometimes called “weiner dogs,” have long backs, short legs, and big personalities. Whether they are big or small, Dachshunds are smart and watchful pets.
Dachshunds are great watchdogs, even though they are small. They are very brave and have a big dog bark.
Dachshunds make a lot of noise. A Dachshund might not be the best dog breed for you if you live in a flat or condo.
4. A Golden Retriever
People in the United States really love Golden Retrievers. Their long hair falls out a lot and needs more grooming than a normal dog’s.
Golden Retrievers are loving, friendly, and affectionate. They might be a good breed for people who like to be active or who have kids or other pets. Plus, they make great couch buddies to cuddle up with.
Goldens need more haircuts than other breeds because their coats are so long and thick. You won’t have as much hair on your clothes, though, if you groom them often.
5. A Welsh Corgi named Pembroke
A corgi is a medium-sized dog that naturally herds other dogs. Corgis are very alert and always ready to hunt, which makes them great guard dogs.
A corgi’s natural smile shows that it wants to please. Corgis do very well (and often win) in agility competitions because they are quick, small, and smart.
This dog breed sheds a lot because it has a thick, double coat. This also makes them more likely to get too hot in the summer. If where you live gets very hot, a Corgi might not be the best breed of dog for you if you like warm weather.
6. A Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernese Mountain Dogs are big dogs with thick coats. Berbers are smart dogs with double coats that are three colours. Berners are calmer than some other large dog breeds, but they are very smart and love to please their owners.
Berners are friendly, loving dogs that get along well with children. These dogs do well in homes with lots of people and things to do. Plus, their two coats keep them warm when it’s cold outside.
Berners can weigh up to 120 pounds when they are fully grown. If you’ve never had a pet before, their size and thick coats can be scary. If you don’t have time to take care of your Bernese Mountain Dog, it might not be the best choice for you.
7. A French Bichon
Bichons are small dogs that don’t shed and have sweet personalities. The Bichon Frisé gets along well with other dogs and kids, which makes them a great choice for families.
Bichons are friendly and affectionate dogs. A Bichon might be the best dog breed for your family if you have other dogs or kids. Bichons are also a good choice for people who have allergies to dogs.
Bichons don’t shed, but their curly, double coats still need to be brushed every day and groomed often. Bichon owners should be able to brush their dogs every day to keep their fur from getting matted.