A complete guide to finding a dog to perfectly match your personality and lifestyle. With hundreds of dog breeds to choose from, which one would perfectly suit you and your needs?
Dogs are the funniest, cutest and friendliest ever! They’re not called “man’s best friend” for nothing, right? But with hundreds of breeds to choose from, which one would perfectly suit your lifestyle and needs? Let's find out!
But first, while you’re searching for your perfect canine companion, also keep an eye out for 3 Bright Side lightbulbs hidden throughout this video. Once you’ve found all of them, comment the time stamps down below! Good luck!
Guard dogs 0:42 Familyfriendly dogs 1:22 Athletic dogs 2:00 Lap dogs 2:34 Dogs for busy singles 3:06 Dogs for seniors 3:56 Dogs for an apartment 4:27 Dogs for multipet households 5:00 Dogs that do well in hot climates 5:36 Dogs that do well in cold climates 6:15 Hypoallergenic dogs 6:44 Dogs for a newbie 7:40
SUMMARY If you're one of these people and you want your pooch to look after your home, you should probably consider a Rottweiler, Doberman Pinscher, or German Shepherd. If you have a big family full of kids or just welcomed a newborn into this world, it can seem challenging to pick the perfect dog breed. But this is the territory where a Labrador or Golden Retriever would be completely unbeatable! Consider getting a Pointer or a Setter since they’re pretty much built for running. If you want something a bit smaller, a Jack Russell Terrier can be a good choice as well. If you’re looking for a furry cuddle buddy who will always be happy to laze around on the sofa with you, a French Bulldog or a Maltese is your perfect fit. Some breeds deal with being home alone better than others: think about getting a Shar Pei or a Basset Hound. If you’re retired and have decided to welcome a dog into your home, a good option for you would be a Boston Terrier, a Pug, or a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. . If the dog is small, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’ll be happy living in smaller space. Consider getting a Yorkshire Terrier or a Bulldog for a small apartment. Retrievers, Collies, and Spaniels are always happy to have company to play with, so they’ll likely make a great match with your other pets. Terriers or breeds typically used in dogfighting can sometimes be a bit complicated. Most Terriers can take the heat, and they come in lots of sizes. At the same time, St. Bernards, Samoyeds, and Boxers won't feel good in hot weather. Breeds that prefer a colder climate normally have a thick double coat and more body fat. So, as you can probably guess, a good choice is a St. Bernard, Malamute, Husky, or Samoyed. German Shepherds aren't a good breed for you due to their dry skin, which results in a lot of dander builtup. The same goes for longhaired breeds as well. Getting a dog for the first time ever is both exciting and nerveracking. There are so many breeds to choose from, and they’re all so cute and adorable! If you’re new to the dogowning world, then a Labrador, Border Collie, or Poodle will be perfect for you.
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