The Australian Cattle Dog loves nature. If confined, they can become anxious and restless. This furry pup loves guarding a home.
Mastiffs love quiet and space. They prefer quiet and don't adapt well to home life. They're adorable, loving, and great outdoor dogs.
Rottweilers love the outdoors. They're loyal, loving, and great guard dogs, but they're also softies. Rotties are wonderful pets indoors and out.
Outdoor living suits the beautiful Beagle. If not exercised enough, these cute but tough hunting dogs can be destructive at home. They are independent and happy to rule the backyard.
Outdoor mutts can be big. They're great guard dogs, furry friends, and adaptable. Sometimes man's best friend isn't purebred. Shelter dogs make great outdoor dogs.
Outdoorsy Swissies are ideal. These black, white, and tan Swiss working dogs can pull carts. They enjoy being alone but are happier working or guarding their pet parent.
Outdoorsy Irish Wolfhounds. That's great because unless you live in a mansion, one of these pups will require more space. With their long legs, these big dogs need space to stretch out.