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Outgoing owners usually look for dogs that match
their personality. If you find that you're out and about for most of your day,
you'll definitely want a dog that can mirror your lifestyle. Maybe you're a
person who's really confident, ready to try new things and sociable. If that's
your reality, you'll need an equally outgoing dog. Have a look at these five
dog breeds which are perfect for outgoing owners.
are an excellent choice for people who're looking for loveable and outgoing
companions. They're a well-known breed and loved by everyone who meets them.
They're quite versatile too. In fact, they can be trained to assist disabled
people. Labradors are happy, enthusiastic, and playful.
Springer Spaniel – English Springer Spaniels, are an
excellent choice for people who are active and sociable. The breed loves
energetic walks and also likes to train and play every day. You should know
that this breed has a lot of stamina, which makes it the perfect companion for
people who love to go on walks in the morning.
Pomeranians are excellent watchdogs. They're also very loving, gentle, and
devoted to their owners. They're a breed which is very extroverted. They need a
bit more care than other breeds in order to stop excessive barking. They also
need daily care because of their thick coats.
Boxers are very social dogs. However, they do need to be socialized correctly
so that they become indifferent to other dogs. Like the other breeds on this
list, they come with lots of energy. They’re also quite agile and playful.
Boxers have high exercise requirements and love to zip around.
If you’ve ever wanted a big dog but knew that you couldn’t handle their size,
you’ll want to look at chihuahuas. They’re infamous for being similar to big
dogs but in small bodies. They’re quite friendly critters too. As you might
expect, they’re a bit careful when bigger dogs are around. If you’d like a dog
which has low exercise requirements but is still enthusiastic whenever exercise
is on the table, a chihuahua is your dog.
There’s a lot more to
know if you and a dog are a good fit than the breed of the dog. You need to
factor in how much space you have. In addition to this, age, energy, and time
available are also important. Make sure you do your research before deciding on
a dog for yourself. Dogs have a rich history of being bred for various
purposes, which has naturally resulted in them having different character
traits. Your character must match with your dog's character so that you both
can live long and happy lives together.