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Top 6 Affectionate Dog Breeds in the World

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Dogs are known and adored for their adorable and cuddly personalities. If you’re looking to add a dog to your family, an affectionate breed can be a great addition, especially if you have children at home. These dogs constantly wag their tails and will greet you enthusiastically, always ready to snuggle up on the couch while watching TV. The breeds mentioned in this blog post have been bred for centuries to ensure they emit the most positive energy when interacting with humans, so if you’re looking for a new furry friend to complete your family, these 6 dog breeds might be of particular interest to you.

golden doodles

The Goldendoodle, also known as the Groodle, is a breed that is a combination of a poodle and a golden retriever. This dog was first bred in the 1990s and has a fluffy fur coat. The overall personality of this breed is friendly, intelligent, energetic, and trainable, which is ideal for anyone looking to bring this dog into their home. This dog is considered a higher maintenance breed and will need professional grooming every 8-12 weeks. According to ABC’s Puppy Z’s, who is a committed breeder of Goldendoodle, the ideal environment for a Goldendoodle is a family environment and they get along well with children and other dogs. This breed is also very social, so you should not consider this dog if you are rarely home. The Goldendoodle requires around 2 hours of exercise per day.

border collie

The Border Collie is a very hardworking breed of herding dog. This breed originated in the Anglo-Scottish border region and is used to herd sheep and other livestock. These dogs are very hairy and have a famous black and white coat but also exist in other colors such as gold or red. Their temperament is intelligent, loyal, tenacious, alert, athletic, and responsive, making them excellent playmates and watchdogs. They also make excellent family pets, and due to their herding background, they are known to keep children in the family. You should give a border collie a minimum of 2 hours of exercise per day. They are also quite social with other dogs.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel originates from the United Kingdom. This little breed is one of the most popular purebreds in the United States where it has also grown in popularity. They have long droopy ears and a long silky coat. Their temperament is playful, fearless, affectionate, social and gentle, which is ideal for an environment with children. This breed might be small but will adopt the caretaker role in the household. They love family and children and make a nice addition to a family. These dogs love to go for walks and need about 40 minutes of exercise a day. They also get along well with other pets.

Pug

The Pug is native to China and has a distinct wrinkled face and curled tail. This breed is playful, intelligent, charming, mischievous, affectionate, and stubborn among many other things. These dogs do well in an apartment and don’t need a lot of room to run outside. In fact, 20 minutes of light exercise a day is enough to keep this breed happy and healthy. These dogs love food and cuddles but do not overeat as they are prone to obesity. Pugs also get along well with other dogs and children.

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Also known as the Stafford, this breed originated in Staffordshire in England. They are medium sized and quite muscular with a fearless, bold, courageous and affectionate temperament. Staffords also make lovely family dogs who always enjoy family activities. Just be sure not to leave your children unattended with these dogs. These dogs need about an hour of exercise a day and they don’t get along with other animals at all, so make sure they’re the only animal in your home.

Newfoundland

The Newfoundland is a large, very hairy working dog. These giants are gentle, trainable and gentle, making them a great addition to a loving family. These dogs are very friendly and like to keep their family company, so an environment full of family and love is ideal. They also don’t require much exercise, but daily walks are recommended as they can easily become lazy couch potatoes. They are also generally peaceful with other dogs.