Vizslas are all-around active dogs. They hunt, point, and retrieve well and are energetic, making them good athletic partners. Untapped energy can be destructive.

Siberian Husky

Siberian Huskies are great for cold climates. These pups pulled sleds over long, difficult terrain, so they can handle a long hike or run. They're great partners for reaching athletic goals and bonding.

Border Collie

Border Collies are smart, hardworking, and almost obsessively athletic. They were bred to be champion sheep herders and excel in most sports. Border Collies are ideal athletic partners. 

Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russells are smart and active. The JRT excels at dog competitions and digs holes, which can be used to help you achieve your athletic goals.

Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is another versatile breed that excels at rescue, service, hunting, and competitions. Smart dogs need mental and physical stimulation or they'll be destructive. 

Australian Shepherd

The Australian Shepherd was bred to be intensely focused, devoted, and energetic. A hardworking herding dog that can run for an hour should have these traits.


Greyhounds can run almost 44 mph. The Greyhound may help sprinters improve. Like any 100m sprinter, these pups need rest after sprinting and are known as 44-mph couch potatoes.


Rat Terriers are American hunting, pest control, family, and farm dogs. They are equally at home on a couch as they are hiking or jogging. They are obedient, agile, and trainable.

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