How to Select Best Dog Breeds Base On Your Own Situation


Choosing a dog can be exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. After all, you're committing to care for a living, breathing being who will depend on you his entire life! When choosing a new dog, so many questions run through your mind: "What kind of dog should I get?" "What's the best dog breed for me?" "Will he be a good fit with my family?"

Choosing just the right dog for your family is a very important decision.If you have some situation like below:

Are new to dogs

Live in an apartment

Do not wish to see only dogs that are suitable for apartments

Have kids under 10

Have a medium tolerance for barking

Have a low tolerance for shedding

Here are the best breed matches.

1. Boston Terrier

The Boston Terrier is a lively little companion recognized by his tight tuxedo jacket, sporty but compact body, and the friendly glow in his big, round eyes. His impeccable manners have earned him the nickname"The American Gentleman." 

Boston born and bred, the Boston Terrier is a true American gentleman. He's happy as an apartment-dwelling city dog or living anywhere his people are. Gentle, people-oriented and absolutely adorable, the pup will quickly become a beloved family member. His antics will keep you entertained and his eager affection will turn everyone he meets into a fan.

Boston Terriers are special dogs that can do special things. They are highly intelligent and learn quickly. They enjoy showing off in the conformation ring and do very well in Obedience, Therapy work, and Performance Events(Agility, Flyball and even Weight pulling!) Bostons excel in many roles. A Boston Terrier can be a child's rough and tumble best buddy, or a senior citizen's soulmate and confidante. Most of all they excell at being your "best friend"!

2.Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel wears his connection to British history in his breed's name. Cavaliers are the best of two worlds, combining the gentle attentiveness of a toy breed with the verve and athleticism of a sporting spaniel.

Although the breed is famous as the beloved pets of King Charles II, you don't have to be royalty to have a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel: he'll love you no matter who you are, an active outdoor type or the remote-control king. The breed is irresistible, a tiny bundle of happiness with large sparkling eyes, who's as happy on brisk walk or with some play time as he is on your lap. He's easily trained, good with kids, gentle and loving. He thrives on time with his family, crown and title not required.

3. Bichon Frise

The small but sturdy and resilient Bichon Frise stands among the world's great"personality dogs." Since antiquity, these irresistible canine comedians have relied on charm, beauty, and intelligence to weather history's ups and downs.

It would be a cold heart indeed that didn't melt at the sight of a Bichon Frise. The striking powder-puff appearance of the Bichon derives from a double coat, with a soft dense undercoat and coarser, curly outercoat, causing the coat to stand off the body and even spring back when patted. This is a merry, agile breed with an effortless and efficient gait. The Bichon’s looks and fitness make this sturdy little dog a popular family addition. The soft, inquisitive expression enables this breed to worm its way into many hearts and laps.

 As a bonus, that double coat is non-shedding, ideal for allergy sufferers. Bichon Frise puppy will be a bundle of energy, easily trainable and ready for play. And when play time is over, he'll want nothing more than lots of cuddles and love.

4.Scottish Terrier

The Scottish Terrier, popularly known as the Scottie, is instantly recognizable for his wiry coat, beard and sturdy little body. A solidly compact dog of vivid personality, the Scottish Terrier is an independent, confident companion of high spirits. Scotties have a dignified, almost-human character. Their terrier persistence has earned the breed the nickname"the Diehard." 

Bred to hunt vermin, the breed shares a lot of traits with other terriers, including a love of digging and the chase. Scottish Terrier puppy has a naturally bold and confident nature. Obedience training, playtime and lots of exercise (on a leash or in a fenced area) will bring out his best traits. Teach your Scottish Terrier good manners from puppyhood and you'll be rewarded with a gentle, loving and always endearing canine friend.

6. Border Terrier

A Border Terrier is a small, rough-coated breed of dog of the terrier group. Originally bred as fox and vermin hunters, Border Terriers share ancestry with Dandie Dinmont Terriers and Bedlington Terriers.Though the breed is much older, the Border Terrier was officially recognized by The Kennel Club in Great Britain in 1920, and by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1930.In 2006, the Border Terrier ranked 81st in number of registrations by the AKC, while it ranked 10th in the United Kingdom.In 2008, the Border Terrier ranked 8th in number of registrations by the UK Kennel Club.

These plucky, happy, and affectionate dogs are popular pets in town and country. The wiry coat is an easy keeper. Border Terrier puppy is born to work, with a natural instinct to chase down vermin. These small dogs aren't just great hunters, they're happy and affectionate family dogs, too. They are quick learners and do well at obedience training and dog sports like agility. Give your Border Terrier lots of exercise and stimulation and you'll be rewarded with an active, playful companion.