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Dog Breeds

Seven Breeds of Dogs and Information about Their Characteristics, Personality Traits

A large section of people from across the globe love to keep dogs as a pet because of their loyalty and loving nature and becomes a part of the family. In this article, we wrote about the characteristics and personality traits of seven breeds of dogs and if you looking forward to having one, then this article may help you.

1.Bouvier des Flandres

Regardless of its gigantic size, the Bouvier des Flandres is a peaceful and obedient dog and they have a pleasant nature, which makes it one of the options to be kept as a great family pet. The Bouvier is famous for being friendly to other animals if raised with them; but if not then they can be wary of other dogs. It was developed as a herding dog breed in Flanders, Belgium. They were initially used for overall farm work like cattle droving, sheep herding, and cart pulling, and in present times they are used as guard dogs and police dogs, and for keeping them as pets also.

2.Brittany Spaniel

Brittany spaniel is swift, and energetic which is good looking stylish and can be used as a multipurpose gundog. They love doing outdoor activities preferably with their owners. They are smaller than setters but leggier than spaniels, and they stand at 20 inches at the shoulder. It is blessed with a beautiful, brazenly patterned coat and comes in white and vivid orange and liver (reddish-brown) colours. They are bleak and strong along with being smooth, clean, and quick stirring. The ‘softness’ on its face looks very attractive which is cherished by dog lovers. Its enthusiasm and adaptability make it a good hunter and can take part in dog sports because it’s a trainable dog.

3.Miniature Schnauzer Miniature Schnauzer

The Miniature schnauzer dog comes under the breed of small dogs of the Schnauzer kind. It originated in Germany during the mid-to-late 19th century. It comes in black, silver white, and salt & pepper colours. Miniature Schnauzers are extremely intelligent and commonly it’s easy to train them, but their stubborn streak needs firm and patient owners who can train them properly. Because of their playful nature, they can be great family pets, and mostly they get along with children

4.French Bulldog French Bulldog

In the French language, it’s called Bouledogue Français, and it falls in the category of companion dog and toy dog. It was bred in Paris in the mid-nineteenth century, because of the cross-breeding of Toy Bulldogs which were bought from England and local Parisian dogs. The French Bulldog is an ideal family pet with a big personality. It’s quirky, full of fun, and energetic. We can assume that the French bulldog is the embodiment of a small dog with a good personality. Because it is small in size and joyful nature makes they a great option keep as a pet.

5. Australian Shepherd Australian Shepherd 

It belonged to the category of herding dog in the United States where it was bred for the first l in California in the 19th century. It is an energetic yet easy-going dog and loves to play with children and unlike most dogs, it is friendly with other pets also. Australian shepherds are very good family pets, police dogs, herding animals, and good contestants in obedience trial sessions.

6.Siberian Husky Siberian Husky

As the name suggests it first originated in USSR and falls in the category of the working group of dogs. Being loyal, outgoing, and mischievous are its characteristics. It is outer layer is filled with thick coated, condensed sled dog and it’s medium-sized. It has got endurance. It was trained to work in packs while carrying light loads at reasonable speeds in the frozen areas of Siberia. They are friendly, persnickety, graceful, and dignified. It has got almond-shaped eyes that can be brown or blue. It is a friendly dog but can be mischievous sometimes in a positive way. It is fast and nimble-footed, and is famous for its powerful but apparently effortless walk. Its weight is not more than 28 kg and is prominently smaller and lighter than their brawny cousin, the Alaskan Malamute. Huskies were always pack dogs and at present times they enjoy being in the company of their owners and can gel well with other dogs and are not wary of other animals also.

7.Great Dane Great Dane

In spite of the size, Great Danes are known as gentle giants, are somewhat little bit playful, and are good companions with children. It’s a large-sized dog so it needs space and good feeding, which some owners may find costly but it’s worthy of that because they are one of the most famous dogs in the world. They are available in Black, fawn, blue, black, and harlequin colours. Great Danes are large, powerful, strong yet it’s elegant dogs. It’s not aggressive also barring times when it’s essential to be aggressive. A Male is almost 32 inches tall and its weight varies from about 100 to 120 pounds, while females may be 30 inches tall and weigh about 45 to 59 kilograms). Keeping them as pets has many advantages such as giving you companionship and protecting owners and their homes.

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