Dog Breeds

Seven Breeds of Dogs Explained Properly

Dogs are loyal, faithful, and affectionate animal who loves the company of human beings. Dogs were domesticated in ancient but mainly for purposes such as hunting, farming to protect cattle, watchdog and get protection from other animals, etc. At present days they are mostly kept as family dogs, to get a good companion and few breeds of dogs work as watchdogs even today. Here we have tried to provide information about seven breeds of dogs that may help you to have a dog and for what purpose. Some keep them just as companions, mostly toy dogs, and to get the protection you need to keep a gundog. You can learn a lot about a dog’s personality, activity level, and trainability based on their group. 

  1. King Charles Spaniel

This breed of dog is also called “Charlies” a British King named Charles loved them. This breed of dog is unobtrusive and more secluded than most of the other dog breeds. But it does not mean that they are lazy and boring dogs as they have a mischievous spark and are playful also. They prefer the company of a single person and are not comfortable when there is a large number of people around them. King Charles Spaniel is an easygoing type of dog and they don’t need to do many outdoor activities and a casual stroll every day is what they prefer over exercise and they commonly prefer to stay inside, and there is a reason behind it, they can’t tolerate extreme weather very well

  1. Finnish Spitz

As the name suggests, this breed of dog first originated in Finland. In the earlier years, Finnish Spitz had to be trained to help hunters to hunt various types of animals ranging from small animals like Rabbits, and squirrels, and large-sized animals like a bear. It’s a friendly and home-loving breed of dogs. It is quite loyal to its owners, and they are playful also, especially with grown-up kids. Finnish Spitz is mostly good with other animals. The Finnish spitz is suspicious of strangers and will bark if they come nearby him or its owners, but it is not an aggressive type of dog.

  1. Chion

The Chion is a mixed breed dog of the Chihuahua and Papillon breeds of dog. Chion is a small breed of dog and it’s quite playful and loyal and it inherited good qualities from its parents such as being a bold, opinionated, rasping, affectionate, and loyal companion to its owners. It has many names including Papihuahua, Pap-Chi, and Chi-a-Pap. Despite being a small-sized dog, it has got good big personality, has strong bones along with being a brave guardian, and will willingly protect its owner or territory if they feel defiance and hear unrecognized noise.


The Pugalier was developed from the cross between the Pug and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog breeds and it makes pugalier a mixed-breed dog. This small-sized dog looks very cute along with being loveable, and loyal, it inherited a few of the best qualities from both of its parents. They are very good family dogs and it does not matter if their owner stays alone or has a family with kids. Pugalier is quite adaptable and the size of the house, small or big does not matter to him as it’s not fond of big space. They are quite versatile and can live in any kind of environment. The only things they want to have are affection and love, and in return, you will get loyal, obedient, and lots of love & affection from it. If you’re looking for a not-so-demanding and charming dog, it’s one of the options you can consider having.

5.Rafeiro do Alentejo

The Rafeiro do Alentejo is a very good farm and an estate watchdog along with protecting cattle. It becomes quite vigilant at night and protects its territory and the house where it stays. It’s quite calm with a confident expression. From the start of their history, they were hunting dogs but with passing time, it’s hunting nature bit by bit disappeared over a period and today they are considered very good hunting dogs. But still, it can be used as a guard dog for property and livestock. They have the ability to defend the livestock against any burglars. It was developed in Portugal and it’s a large-sized dog, which is quite powerful, but it’s a calm, pastoral, and sober breed. It has got a coat which can be either short or medium-length and the coat is heavy, straight, and dense.

  1. Afghan Chon

The Afghan Chon is a crossbreed that developed from a union of the elegant Afghan Hound and the fluffy Bichon Frise. Afghan Chon is becoming very popular in various countries because of its good looks, lively personality, along with uniquely curly fur. The two breeds from which it developed were beloved for many reasons and Afghan Chon got personality traits from both breeds. Earlier it was a hunting dog but now it’s a very good companion. Bichon Frise, one of its parents breed is very small in size, but people kept it as a show dog and a family pet.

  1. Labradoodle

In the last few years, Labradoodle has become very popular very fast. It was developed to be a non-allergenic guide dog, and it is a mixed breed of Poodles and Labrador Retrievers whose union was arranged by the Royal Guide Dogs Association of Australia. It resulted in Labradoodle which is an intelligent, smart, and friendly dog making it suitable for guide dogs and it has a low-shedding coat which is actually a good thing to be. But this crossbreed is not yet getting consistent results in coat or personality; they’re very popular and affectionate dogs which many keep as pets.

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