The Beagle dog breed thrives in family homes—as long as it is an active family. Known for their sense of smell, these hound dogs need proper training in order to become great companion dogs.
The Golden Retriever is the quintessential family dog—they are outgoing and easy to please, and are great with children of all ages as well as other pets. They are known for their double coat of golden.
Another sporting dog breed, the Labrador Retriever is known as America’s favorite dog breed—and for good reason. This popular breed makes great companion dogs who are friendly and high-spirited.
You might think the Poodle breed dog is high-maintenance, but don’t let that reputation fool you. While their hair may require some extra grooming,
While not the ideal choice as a guard dog due to their overly friendly nature, Irish Setters make great family dogs.
You may recognize the Collie dog breed from TV and movies as Lassie. But this herding dog breed is more than just a celebrity of the dog world; they are devoted family dogs who are good with children.
While the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is part of the toy group, they have a large, up-for-anything personality. These companion dogs easily adapt to your lifestyle, loving both low.
The English Bulldog dog breed is the wrinkly-faced pup that probably springs to mind when you hear the word “Bulldog” (as opposed to the American or French versions).