Adam Croman | How to Pick the Right Dog Breed For Your Personality
HOW TO PICK THE RIGHT
DOG BREED FOR YOUR
A D A M C R O M A N
ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT ADOPTING A CANINE?
CHOOSING A SPECIFIC DOG BREED CAN BE A HARD
DECISION, ESPECIALLY IF YOU LOVE ALL DOG
TYPES; THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF BREEDS! SOME
PEOPLE CHOOSE THEIR DOG BY APPEARANCE, BUT
IF YOU PICK ONE DOG TO TAKE HOME WITH YOU,
CONSIDER PICKING A BREED THAT MIRRORS YOUR
Breed size helps you identify how much maintenance
a dog may be on your lifestyle. If you are frequently
busy with extracurricular activities, you’ll have to
make to schedule time to walk and clean the dog.
Some people want larger dogs for protection, but
others may want small dogs because they can
transport them easier or shed less fur.
If you enjoy physical activity and spending moderate to long
periods outdoors, an active dog may suit you best. Bringing a
dog with you for a jog, walk, or to play a ball game helps you
bond with your pet. If you can’t provide open spaces for your
pet to run and play, then they could develop behavior
Intelligent dogs have a lot of character and
personality. Breeds with higher IQs have a better
time understanding commands, directions, and
are more responsive in general. According to the
American Kennel Club, the smartest dog breeds
If you don’t mind morning barking or you like to
vocally communicate with your pet, than vocal dogs
can be a welcoming addition to the home. Vocal
dogs can bring a jovial nature to any family. Yet,
some dogs are more vocal than others. Beagles,
Siberian Huskys, and the West Highland White
Terrier among some of the noisiest dogs.
If you’re looking for dogs that will cuddle with you on the couch or
be gentle around family members of various ages, then look for a
docile dog that gets along with all ages.
PetMD reports that the top ten family-friendly canine breeds:
It’s great when you consider adopting a special needs or
rescue dog. They are the dogs most in need of forever
homes. However, make sure you have the ability, time,
and resources to take care of a dog with special needs or
a rescue dog who needs a lot of TLC.
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