Enjoy moments together
Dogs accompanied us since forever. Throughout the ages people have started to create the breeds meant to serve specific purpose. That’s how herding dogs, hound dogs and companion dogs came to be. Even now many people choose their dogs looking for some specific features, character or function. Did you ever wonder what are some of the most popular breeds? Here we introduce a list of 5 popular dog breeds you may have heard of.
It is one of the most recognisable dog breeds. The breed comes from Germany and is usually classified as herding dog or working dog. German Shepherds are medium-sized dogs, they have elongated but firm body. If trained well, they are even-tempered, confident and loyal to their owners. It is a truly versatile breed. German Shepherds are perfect as guardians, hunters, rescuers or guide dogs.
This small, sweet breed belongs to group is usually classified as companion dog or toy dog. The breed is named after the largest state of Mexico (Chihuahua). Chihuahuas are thought to be the smallest dog breed. They are intelligent, alert and extremely active companions. Despite their size chihuahuas are brave and always ready to bark at an intruder.
This small, smiley molosser is a truly popular breed. It is also classified as a companion dog or toy dog. French Bulldog has short, compact and solid body. They love to cuddle and spend time with people. They are sociable, active and always ready to play. It is important to remember that because of their snub noses French Bulldogs are sensitive to hot weather.
Black, yellow or chocolate? These are the colours of Labrador Retriever, a breed that is is usually classified as sporting dog, gundog or water dog. Their bodies are solid and compact, with wide heads. Labradors are sweet-tempered, very active and have a great sense of smell. They love to play in the water – that’s why their owners have to be aware that their Labrador Retriever will not miss a chance for a swim.
Despite their harmful appearance they are terriers through and through. Yorkshire Terrier is a long-haired dog breed and has silky, straight hair. Yorkshire Terriers are confident, brave and active dogs that need a lot of exercise. They are devoted to their owners – if they could, Yorkshire Terriers would never leave their owner’s side.
Apart from these, there are some dog breeds you may know: Dachshunds, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and Jack Russell Terriers. You need to remember that all the breeds have their own look, character and predispositions – these features are directly linked to a dog’s function. Choosing our future companion, we have to think not only about our own preferences but also about our lifestyle. We need to think how much activity, playtime and training we can offer to our new family member so that we could all enjoy living together.
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