"A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you morethan he loves himself." -BillingsTake a look into the UK’s favourite dogs.Be responsible, get dog insurance from the RSPCA.
1) Labrador Retriever The Labrador is one of the most bred animals in the world and is a faithful companion.They are good natured and behave well around children, but they do require a lot of exercise to prevent them from becoming destructive and boisterous.
2) Cocker SpanielThe cocker spanielis a great additionto a family andtakes orders wellfrom its owner.They are a greatdog to opt for ifyou already have acat, as theysocialise well withother pets. Theyare best whenwalked on a dailybasis.
3) English Springer Spaniel English springer spaniels are well known for being boisterous andenergetic, and make a good pet for someone with anactive lifestyle. They need regular walks and have a mischievous side.
4) German Shepherd The German shepherd was originally bred forherding sheep in the mountains, but iswell known for loyalty and often used as a guard dog.
Cats have 30 teeth, and respond better to men as opposed to women.5) Cavalier King Charles SpanielGood with children and other animals, the King Charles is a lively dog that can be a little yappy.Their long fur means they need regular brushing, but they make a fantastic first pet for a child.
6) Staffordshire Bull TerrierThe confident nature of a Staffy means that they are prone to injury asthey have no fear,. They are not good around young children as theyhave a strong pack mentality, but are loving and loyal.
7) Golden RetrieverThe Golden Retriever is a great family dog but due to its longer coat requires a lotof brushing. This breed of dog is great around children and families.
8) Border TerrierBorder terriers are loudand cannot be trustedwith small pets likehamsters as they have astrong hunting gene.Suitable for a confidenthousehold.
9) BoxerNicknamed theloveable clown, a boxerdog is easy to lookafter with their shorthair, although can beprone to sunburn andbreathing difficultiesdue to their shortsnouts.
10) West Highland White TerrierWesties are well known for being linked with royals, and their temperament varies from dog to dog. They need a good deal of exercise and can be difficult to train
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