Hey dog lovers, another week another topic as I always say.
What breeds can and may be to much to handle? Check out below for your top 10 dogs to own as beginner dog owners!
Bichon Frise have excellent temperament, low maintenance, need occasional grooming, daily walks, love and lots of cuddles!
Cane Corso Italiano is a breed I am not that familiar with but they are closely related to the Mastiff and look like one to. They have a docile temperament, very low maintenance and they grow large.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel are lil couch potatoes that love to curl up and cuddle. These are lazy dogs and need grooming more than the Bichon but less than a poodle. They are very sweet loving breed.
Golden Retrievers, this cute golden’s name is Chewy and he goes to the kennel I use to work with. He is a cuddle bug as you can clearly see. His cuddle buddies here are Quinn (Poodle) and Lola (Yorkie). This breed is one if not that most popular breed to own they are low maintenance, friendly with kids and adults and are easy to train. This is why they are used for tragedies as therapy dogs with their calm demeans.
Greyhounds most popularly known for their running ability these handsome creatures are very docile and seen as a large breed, they need basic exercise such as running daily or walks. They are also good running partners.
Labrador Retriever, one of my personal favorite breeds as you can see this is my handsome man Kodiac who is 9 this year. This breed is easy to train, very active so they need lots of energy activities (fetch) and they are also very social dogs from puppyhood.
Papillons love being active, they are very playful and are agility lovers and have BIG personalities which can be a lot to handle at some times.
Poodles are one of the easiest breeds to train, they have incredible temperaments, have a minimum shedding patterns and need regular grooming.
Pugs, this is Buster my high school friends dog she has had for close to 15 years, he is so cute with his snorts and sniffles and cuddles. They have squishy cute faces, low maintenance and hilarious personalities.
Shetland Sheepdogs excel in fly ball, agility and obedience. They do need regular grooming but most love to be groomed and are very friendly with the right exposure early on.
Check out next week where I share the top 10 breeds that need experienced owners!
As always have a great rest of the week dog lovers, keep warm I hear cold front is coming! So that means you need to purchase a Scarf to stay warm! Get yours today at Scarves for Paws in your favorite color!
“When an eighty-five pound mammal licks your tears away, then tries to sit on your lap, it’s hard to feel sad”- Kristan Higgins