There is nothing quite like the love of a dog.
When choosing a new pooch to add to your family it is important to do your research to make sure that the breed that you choose will compliment and suit your lifestyle. 1. The golden retriever is an extremely popular breed of dog found in many homes throughout the U.S. Golden Retrievers are known for their friendly personalities and positive attitudes. They are generally 1.5 to 2 feet in height and weigh between 55 to 75 pounds. Golden retrievers are known for their soft blonde fur and happy smiling expressions. They are great around people of any age including seniors and children.
2. West Highland White Terriers are an extremely adorable breed of dog- and they know it. West Highland Terriers are small dogs that originated in Scotland. They are generally 10 to 12 inches in height and weigh between 13 t0 22 pounds. They are a happy and loyal breed of dog, which makes them a great choice for families. 3. The Rough Collie is a beautiful breed that has beautiful long fur and angular face. They are a brave and loyal family pet. Rough collies are a medium sized dog that stands 22 to 26 inches and weighs between 50 and 75 pounds. Many people fall in love with the Rough Collie breed because they are intuitive and friendly. The most famous Rough Collie is Lassie, who stole audience’s hearts around the world.
4. The Great Dane is an amazing gentle giant. They are known for their giant size, sweet nature and silly sense of humor. Great Danes are extremely large and muscular. They are generally between 27 to 32 inches in height and weight between 120 to 170 pounds. They have short hair that is available in a variety of colors including fawn, black, brindle, blue, harlequin or mantle. Great Danes have naturally floppy ears, that are often cropped to create a majestic look. Great Danes may look frightening due to their size, but they are big love able goofballs that love to be by their human’s side. And there are so many more, but do your homework before getting one-cause it becomes a member of the family very quickly.
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