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What is the best breed of dog to consider adopting into your family?

  1. Hannasaurusrich profile image55
    Hannasaurusrichposted 7 years ago

    What is the best breed of dog to consider adopting into your family?

    I have owned a Rottweiler, German Shepherd, Jack Russel and Irish Red setter. All of which have been great pets. Any other suggestions?

  2. Dangazzm profile image78
    Dangazzmposted 7 years ago

    My personal favorites are German Shepherd and Chocolate lab, both beautiful and loyal dogs.

    But you have had a German Shepherd haha, but why not just head to the pound and see what dogs need saved? That is how I found most of my dogs that I have had at least, they love you forever for getting them out of there smile

  3. nasus loops profile image67
    nasus loopsposted 7 years ago

    When it comes down to dog breeds then it is important to think about how much time you have to spend with the dog and if you have younger children or not. 

    I have personally found labradors and retrievers very good as they are relatively easy and willing to train when bribed with food and are quite happy to be lazy and do nothing, although they do enjoy a good walk as well.

    If you prefer an active dog and have plenty of time for exercising then border collies can be great fun.  Easy to train (good and bad habits) but do need exercise and lots of it.

  4. kristle140 profile image57
    kristle140posted 7 years ago

    For me, i would suggest Golden Retriever because they are a well-mannered, lovable and intelligent dogs. They are very easy to train. They are a popular family dog as they are always like to pleasing their master, gentle with the children and good with other dogs. They are a charming devoted dog. They are also is a good watchdog.

    Other than this, you also can find more other family dog breeds at http://www.dogbreeds-and-doggie.com/bes … ilies.html

    There will have a lot of different dog breeds profile for you to choose the right dog!

    Hope this help! : )