10 Best Dog Breeds for Beginners

10 Best Dog Breeds for Beginners

As a first time dog owner, you may be confused and don't know what kind of dog to keep. In fact, there are so many different dog breeds, and it's hard to know how to choose the right one. So before you decide to take a adorable puppy home, there are a few things to consider. You should think about what kind of dog you lover, such as sizes, looks and so on.

Here are 10 dog breeds for beginners.

1. Samoyed

Since the Samoyed is a working dog in cold regions, their coat is thick enough to withstand all climatic conditions. Another characteristic of Samoyeds is their smiles. Thanks to their pure white hair and sweet smile, Samoyed has earned the nickname “Smiling Angel”. In addition, they have a closeness to people and warmly welcome guests.

2. Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever has a large number of fans with its excellent appearance and excellent ability. They are attentive, intelligent, and obedient. They can not only be trained to pick up balls but also can be trained as excellent guide dogs and search dogs. Besides, golden retrievers are excellent babysitters for families with children. They are one of the best family dog breeds.

3. Corgi

Corgis are strong, friendly, brave, and energetic. They are always interested in everything, never shy or fierce. Additionally, they are active and require a lot of exercise and outdoor activities every day. Corgi is one of the most popular small dog breeds because no one can say no to a sexy corgi butt!

4. Border Collie

Mainly known for being energetic and intelligent, border collies are considered to be the most intelligent dog breeds in the world. Usually, they eat a relatively small amount, even smaller than some small dogs. But they need a lot of physical activity every day, or they become depressed and prone to obesity.

5. Pug

Although pugs are muscular and walk like a boxer, they are intelligent and gentle. When strangers approach, they will subconsciously protect their owners. In addition, pugs temperament is relatively stable, and they do not need much outdoor activities.

6. Bichon Frise

Bichon Frises are very lively, which is reflected in their cheerful tails and curious eyes. They are generally active and require a certain amount of exercise each day, such as playing in the yard or going for a walk. Bichon Frises are very friendly and make great family companions.

7. Husky

Huskies have a beautiful and cold appearance, and sometimes they looks like a wolf. In fact, they are enthusiasm, docile, and almost never actively attack humans. They are energetic, and absolutely need to get enough exercise.Otherwise, they may be addicted to destroying the world and help the owner to change the furniture.

8. Labrador Retrievers

Labrador Retrievers are obedient, so they are often used as guide dogs. They crave human attention and companionship, and like to be close to their owners. So Labrador Retrievers are a good companion for both seniors and children.

9. Pomeranian

Pomeranian has a smart expression, a brisk demeanor and a curious nature. They are small dog breeds with a docile and friendly temperament. At the same time, they are very vigilant and courageous, and even dare to provoke dogs that are much bigger than them. 

10. Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu is naturally more independent, loyal and lovely. They are quite alert, but they doesn't like barking. They are the good family companion dog. In addition, Shiba Inu love to be clean. It is easy to take care of compared to other dogs, and it will often take care of itself.

No matter what breed of dog you keep, you have to give them enough patience and love. Because you will know one of the greatest loves in the world. 

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