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Which dog breed should you choose as for your new pet?

By on August 20, 2013

There are so many different breeds out there that you dont have enough time to ruffle through the pages of a book with a list of the popular breeds (now imagine ruffling through a full breed directory, oh god).

Today we are going to present you a list of breeds in different categories that you will be able to choose the perfect one for you.

We will enlist them in different categories as hunting, home pet, good running breeds, and many other ones that will be useful to you.

So let’s start!

1 – Runner Breeds

These breeds are born with the ability of reaching speed and being able to run for very long distances. These breeds are the following:

For long, steady runs:

• Weimaraners• Goldendoodles• German shorthaired pointers• Vizslas

• Jack Russell terriers

For shorter, brisk runs, with speed:

• Greyhounds

• Pit bulls

• English setters

• Beagles

• Golden and Labrador retrievers

Of course, there are many other breeds that can pull a good run, but these are the top ones that are fit for the types we described above. When choosing a running dog, you need to choose a category of the run first (long and slow runs? fast and short sprints? decide you breed based on these info)

2 – Home Pet Breeds

As home breeds, you can choose either the Beagle, Golden Retriever, the annoying little chi hua hua, or any other pet that you can see in those small little shops. Thing is you need to think about the circumstances when you are choosing a breed. Say, if you have children, you might pick out the Beagle for his playful and submissive, non-threatening demeanor will be best fit. If you want a little toy pet that you can hold portably in your bag though, chooose the chi hua hua.

3 – Hunting Breeds

For a good hunting session, you can choose different hunting breeds as the Airedale Terrier, which is the largest of the terriers, the American Water Spaniel, which is described as musculous, active, and having a fine tuned predator instinct.

One thing you will not beleive though, that the dog we described in the home pets as fit for it, is actually fit for the hunting session too!

The Beagle is a sturdy, hardy little hound dog that looks like a miniature Foxhound. The body is squarely-built while the skull is fairly long and slightly domed. The square muzzle is straight and medium in length.And it is pretty good for small scale huntings.

4 – Protector Breeds

For protecting your home, garage, or any kind of property, you can opt for one of the following breeds:

  • Bullmastiff, known for its speed and psyhical strength,
  • Rottweilers, known for their desire to protect their pack ( which now are humans when you pet them ), their loyalty, and their superior intelligence,
  • Komodor – In the old times used to protect herds of sheep, the Komodor has a natural guard dog ability.

So these are our top breeds for each usage.

Thanks for the read and have fun! See you in the next article!


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