The best dogs: what breeds get along easily with people
Whatever one may say, but in companion animals, we are primarily looking for kindness, which is sometimes so lacking in people. That is why the most popular are those breeds of dogs that are able to be a good and devoted friend. But which breeds are more likely to show kindness?
Cynologists say that in many respects the character of a dog depends on education. But still, certain breeds tend to be more friendly and interact with people. GLOBAL HAPPENINGS talks about a dozen of these breeds.
For three decades this breed has been the most popular in the US and always ends up in the top. Labrador Retrievers are valued for their openness, ability to get along with all family members and other animals, playfulness and intelligence.
Regardless of whether you choose an English Bulldog or a French Bulldog as your friend, the dog will become the star of your family. Bulldogs love to be the center of attention and will happily entertain people with their games. They will do anything to cheer you up.
Staffordshire and Pit Bull Terrier
For their harsh appearance, these dogs are credited with an aggressive disposition. They can actually be trained to fight. But this is rather an exception. After all, staffs and pit bulls were bred to be companions. They are very attached to people and treat children with special tenderness.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Any spaniels love to be friends and play with people, but children of cavaliers are capable of special tenderness. Not without reason, since the 17th century, they have been one of the most beloved breeds of the English royal family. They are friendly not only to their people but also to strangers and will gladly do anything to earn praise.
Huge and calm as an iceberg, the animal is considered the best nanny among all dogs. Newfoundlands love to spend time with children and can tolerate even the most pampering. They are very smart and easy to train.
With a funny beard and a wise look, these little dogs are deeply people-oriented. Griffins love to watch their owners and keep them company in all activities. They are very playful and will gladly keep people company even during long walks.
This breed has become extremely popular all over the world due to its goodwill and playfulness. Golden lovers call them huge hug pillows. This breed is one of the most contact, and their most inherent emotion is happiness.
One of the smallest breeds in the world knows how to demonstrate such devotion to its people, which not all giants are capable of. Chihuahuas love physical contact and will sit next to you all day long. They are also quite smart and easy to learn.
A small white ball of fluffy fur wants to be caressed and pampered, but the energetic Bichon Frize needs careful education. In the process of learning games, they are firmly attached to their owners and begin to show their love to them at the slightest opportunity.
They say about these giants that in fact it is a cat in a dog’s body, so they love physical contact. Their habit of kneeling on their master’s knees has become a legend. Great Danes are calm and patient, but they can fool around with a loving person.
Previously, GLOBAL HAPPENINGS talked about the most loyal dog breeds.
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