Beagles are friendly. They like long walks and fetch. They enjoy playing with kids and snuggling with their favorite people at night. Group-hunting beagles get along with other dogs.


Pugs are energetic. These smart, sociable, sometimes amusing dogs love playing and cuddling with their favorite people. They're kind to kids and strangers. 

Boston Terrier

They like socializing and playing. They're also versatile. Goofy smiles seal the bargain. Boston terriers get along with kids, other dogs, and dog-friendly cats, although they can be tough.

Irish Setter

Dog enthusiasts appreciate lively Irish setters. Most love kids, dogs, and cat-friendly dogs. These dogs love their families and wish to befriend strangers. This energetic breed may bark or chew too much. 

Border Collie

Border collies, the brightest dog breed, need regular mental and physical activity to be happy and well-behaved. The breed pleases. Because they understand humans, they excel at agility

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Corgis are smart and family-oriented. Their preoccupation on humans may be due to their herding, guarding, and companionship training. They're loving and crave fun. Corgis are swift despite their little legs.


Bulldogs are sociable, low-maintenance, and loyal. They prefer to accompany you everywhere. They are trainable and adaptable to urban and rural living. These dogs also like inactive people. 


Tricks, obedience, and canine sports like flyball and agility come naturally to poodles. Poodles shed little. Affectionate, athletic, and committed, the poodle adores family, kids, and dog park races.

Golden Retriever

Golden retrievers, a top breed for decades, are friendly and outgoing. Confidence helps. Goldens' positive mindset makes life easier. Goldens also usually sit or remain as long as a person likes.


Newfoundlands are gentle, compassionate, and good with kids, other dogs, and cats. Friendly dogs. Huge but low-energy. Walking keeps them fit.

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