All good dog breeds have a great importance for the special. In the following top 10 dog breeds list, we take a look at all varieties of puppies from small to large. We pick the favorites for their attitude and ease of training, as well as their cuddly and cute elements. But to be clear we love all breeds now grab your leash.
10- Saint Bernard
Called Cujo, despite being superbly portrayed in the Cujo (horror film) based on the Stephen King novel, the Saint Bernard is a large creature with a kind nature whose true character is perhaps better portrayed in the kind family idiot Beethoven, who named after the greatest.
Cujo has roots dating back to 980 AD, and despite not carrying casks of brandy. It was actually created for the rescue service and life in the Alps. Due to severe winters in the early 1800s, it had all but disappeared. But he was happily crossed with a Newfoundland to restore and keep his numbers nightly.
9- English Cocker Spaniel
He has been something of a fixture in the art for nearly half a century, initially being prized as a quality gun dog in both wet and dry conditions. The Cocker Spaniel was created to hunt wild birds, specifically a wild bird called the woodcock, where its name comes from the Cocker Spaniel. The English Cocker Spaniel is a very playful and lovable personality that has made him a welcome member of many families. We think Prince George is certainly cute in his photo. But one of our favorite things has to be the family cocker spaniel, Lupo, who is a good friend to the kids as he drives away the Woodcock cocker spaniels. His intelligent nature also allows him to be regularly used as a sniffer dog at Cuban airports. So, overall, the Cocker Spaniel can make a good pet if purchased from a reputable breeder.
8- Siberian husky
This dog was originally bred in Russia to be one of the strongest working dog breeds. This large dog looks like a wolf and is really friendly and surprisingly easy eater, smart and highly trainable. The Husky is playful with children and rarely lets us loose his signature howl, but he makes a poor watchdog breed. He just likes people too much, he is known for his ice blue eyes. The Siberian Husky can also have amber or brown eyes, and can even have one brown eye and one blue eye. Meanwhile, his coat can be white, black, red, silver gray, or tan and keeps him warm in temperatures as low as minus 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
Like a 3-year-old child he is no more than three years old, the Boxer is an ordinary fur baby. The Boxer was originally bred to be used to bait bulls, fight dogs, and even pull carts that are maddeningly pleased and high-spirited. The breed is intelligent and quick to learn, seeming to resemble a cat of all things when it grins. He is happy, you really can tell if he fits in easily into most dog loving families as he gets along well with children and plays well with them. Perhaps he forms a good relationship with cats because of a shared dislike of birds. The breed possibly got its name from its boxing like poachers. Although many in his native Germany dispute this claim, John and his boxer hit with a 17-inch tongue, which is the longest of any dog.
He is one of the cutest very small but brave and remarkably loyal. The Yorkshire Terrier is protective of his adoptive family and can effectively take over the home if allowed to a good fellow known for his long, silky coat. Descendant of the Sky Terrier and Paisley, the Yorkie was bred to be a literal mouse hunter in northern England, where it is typically used in clothing factories and mines. He can have a big bark, but there’s not much from him to back it up. He’s small but still a terrier in the home, while the Yorkie is quite content as an indoor dog. The breed can serve excellently as a guard pup due to its suspicious behavior towards strangers. He loves to tease and play with other dogs that are much larger than him, so keep his leash handy.
Even very high standards of beauty are like beauty sleep. You would have to sleep for about a month, you really are a typical dog whether French, British or American. The Bulldog’s roots date back to the 1500’s, but the breed as we know it didn’t emerge until the Old English Bulldog was crossed with the Pug. It’s not going to work honey, that look isn’t going to work on him who is now considered one of the British national animals. Historically, the Bulldog was bred and used for the sport of bull baiting rather than bull hunting. Today, the Bulldog thrives on attention and is a fairly affectionate breed.
This breed can be found in a variety of colors ranging from lemon, black, white, red, and orange. The beagle was recorded in ancient Greece and even features in the works of Shakespeare Daisy. Of course, however, the modern Beagle can be traced back to the 1830s when the Reverend Philip Honey was founded. Previously prized in the first modern pack for its ability to hunt, the Beagle is now prized as a tracker due to its amazing sense of smell.
3- Golden Retrievers
Patient, devoted, charming, and trainable, the Golden Retriever makes an incredible choice for a family or childhood friend. He came in the late 1800s in search of a retriever that would perform well on land. In the water he enjoys swimming; He is a well-suited dog for drug enforcement, rescue and search work, and serving the disabled community.
2- German shepherd
He may be known as the German Shepherd Dog. Known as the Alsatian Wolfhound for much of the 20th century, it evolved around 1899. The German Shepherd is very often used as a scout in the military, rescue and search teams, police services and is a very capable actor when it comes to canines.
1- Labrador Retriever
The Lab is friendly and can be yellow, chocolate or black. This is all one breed of dog and can be found in a single litter that is famous as a friend worldwide. The Labrador Retriever also strives to help in the world of hunting, security and law enforcement. This affectionate dog is also used as a guide and assistance dog.