Beagles are great additions to your pack. This friendly, outgoing breed works well in groups. Griffith Park's trails will get beagles' noses wagging!
Cuba's only native breed, the Havanese, loves people. Don't carry them all the time because of their size. As you stroll through the Farmers Market, Havanese will appreciate walking on their own four feet.
The German Shorthaired Pointer is a great companion. GSPs can hike at Runyon Canyon Park or eat at The Dog Cafe, making them one of the most versatile sporting dogs.
One of the nation's most diverse cities will welcome mixed-breed dogs. The Grove or Westridge-Canyonback Park, there's a mutt for everyone. Mutts make unique pets!
The Chihuahua makes the best city pet. Chihuahuas are small enough to take to brunch, errands, and other activities. LA's year-round warmth protects these tiny pups from cold.
Bulldogs are gentle dogs who prefer to nap on the couch to going for a walk. Bulldogs love to eat and would order the entire Morrison doggie menu. This breed will gain weight without daily walks.
Doberman Pinschers aren't for everyone, but those who train, socialize, and exercise them will have a lifelong friend. A family-oriented dog lies beneath that sleek coat and muscular build.