5 Top Dog Breeds

5 Top Dog Breeds
  1. Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever is a very popular breed recently. His strengths include diligence, playfulness, great sense of smell and love of water. Labrador is a great pet who seeks out a company of people and likes to get involved in games or work. Theysrshave a good sense of drugs, a great water rescuer, but also a favorite guide dog. It is an active breed that needs constant activity to be in physical and physical condition. Beware of some diseases like joint dysplasia. Among these dogs are epilepsy and allergies.

2. Golden Retriever 

Golden Retriever is an energetic, strong and active dog. Due to their kind nature, today retrievers are mostly kept as family pets or as a seeing and assistance dog. Their waterproof coat with a dense undercoat. It allows them to stay outdoors all year long, but also long stay in the water. This breed can be kept in the apartment, but you have to ensure enough movement. Compatible with all family members, including children and visitors. It is advisable to comb the hair every week. Since Golden Retriever likes water, bathing shouldn’t be a problem. The most common disease is hip dysplasia or knee displacement. This risk can be mitigated thanks to a varied diet.

3. German Shepherd

 German shepherd is very intelligent and hardworking dog. Therefore, it is often used for  work, training and other purposes. Many people buy the German Shepherd as a pet, but also a family protector. They treat his family loyally and therefore does not have the habit of abandoning his territory. On the contrary, they try to protect him by loud barking, which can be a disadvantage.

The German Shepherd is very docile and therefore suitable for any activity that requires his skills. He is an excellent hitchhiker and runner. This dog is suitable for year-round outdoor stay and in terms of care is unpretentious. With rapid development, the bones slowly harden and rickets can develop. Therefore, the German Shepherd must feed properly and must not be overloaded

4. French Bulldog

French Bulldog is a stubborn, cheerful and intelligent dog that seldom surrenders. Even though they are physically tough and courageous, their soul is very fragile and hard words can hit them very much. It is very social and requires a lot of attention. If you don’t give it to them, they can make you jealous scenes. Bulldog barks very little, so be careful when you hear him. For small children and older people can be a cheerful companion and with other animals has no problem. Their hunting instinct is suppressed and therefore has no need to go somewhere on their own. The French Bulldog’s coat is not maintenance-intensive. Just brush once a week. Because of its short nose it breathes quickly, so be careful not to overheat. Don’t be alarmed if you wake up with snoring at night.

5. Beagle 

Their nose controls their brain, and if they catch an interesting smell or trace, they don’t care about anything else. Sometimes they do not respond to a command unless you have them on a leash. For their great sense of smell they are used as a service breed at airports, customs or for searching for people and animals. They are big eaters and will eat if you don’t stop them. Beagles have a habit of barking often, so do not leave them long alone and take sufficient care training. Their hair does not need much care, just a few times a month brushed. The most common are intervertebral disc diseases, hip dysplasia, glaucoma, epilepsy.


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