Labrador Retriever

Labradors and other large active dogs can break their teeth by chomping on hard objects, but genetically, they have great teeth that fit well. This popular breed will be healthy and happy if you limit its chewing!

German Shepherd

Shepherds, known for their work as guard, police, and military dogs, are confident and loyal companions. They're smart family dogs. It's no wonder these dogs rank second in popularity in the U.S.

Golden Retriever

This adorable family dog loves to follow you around. If you watch that chew instinct, your Golden can have healthy teeth with a laid-back personality and lots of energy. 


Rottie pups are lovable despite their hard work and menacing personality. While they are popular for police, military, and guard work, they are affectionate and clownish with their families and great with kids!

German Shorthaired Pointer 

German Pointers are famous for their perfect pointing. Due to their Bloodhound ancestry, these dogs are great hunters. Due to their easygoing and need to please nature, these talkative pups make great companions.

Siberian Husky 

Siberians are known for their thick fur, blue eyes, intelligence, and fun personality. Even in the coldest weather, their coat is soft and warm. Despite being bred as sled dogs, these pups are now kept as pets or show dogs.

Doberman Pinscher

The Doberman is known for its police, military, and search and rescue skills. With their affectionate and loyal natures, this sleek-coated pup makes a great family dog.

Bernese Mountain Dog

Loving this gentle giant is easy. Berners love kids and have gorgeous tri-color coats and deep brown eyes. This big dog is a softie. They can maintain healthy teeth for life with regular care.

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