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Friday, March 24, 2017

Top 15 Popular Dog Breeds + Health Benefits of Having a Dog

We all know that Dog is man's best friend. Aside from providing us companionship and entertainment, don't you know that dogs enrich our lives and making us happier and healthier overall?  Yes, it is true. Dogs can boost our mood. According to studies, 15-20 minutes with our dog makes us calm and relaxed. They are better than medicine too. Dog owners or lovers have been found to have lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, fewer heart attacks, and according to a study by the British Journal of Health in 2004. Your pet will also help you to stay active, more social and relieved stress.


(Watch:Dogs Have Health Benefits for Humans)



We all know that Dog is man's best friend. Aside from providing us companionship and entertainment, don't you know that dogs enrich our lives and making us happier and healthier overall?

Yes, it is true. Dogs can boost our mood. According to studies, 15-20 minutes with our dog makes us calm and relaxed. They are better than medicine too. Dog owners or lovers have been found to have lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, fewer heart attacks, and according to a study by the British Journal of Health in 2004. Your pet will also help you to stay active, more social and relieved stress.



In raising children, dogs are helpful too. They help kids grow stronger and they are therapeutic for kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Your child can release excess energy by playing with the dog and caring for the pet will also help teach your child responsibility. Dogs can also help calm your child. 
Moreover, dogs make you a better person.Having a dog teaches us patience, commitment, and selflessness. Caring for a dog takes a lot of responsibility and commitment, and it also teaches us to be more patient and less selfish. 



Interested in having a furry companion? Check out first what are the top 15 dog breeds and their characteristics before you decide what breed to buy.
1. Labrador Retriever


  • Considered to be favorite dog breed in America
  • Happy-go-lucky
  • Great dog for a family
  • They are also service dogs
2. German Shepherd

  • Like Labrador, German Shepherd has been at the top of the breed list for a long time
  • They are a smart
  • Willing to work 
  • A breed that can also be a good guard dog. 
  • Considered to be a military or police dog

3. Golden Retriever


  • Another all-around dog
  • Known to be service animals
  • Happy and well-mannered dog
  • Easy to train
  • People enjoy having them as non-working family members
4. Bulldog

  • They are sweet and goofy dogs but they need high-maintenance due to health issues.
  • Many people admired the Bulldog's stamina, strength, and persistence

5. Beagle

  • Smart and engaging but difficult to train
  • Good dog around kids
  • Recommended to be a family pet

6. Yorkshire Terrier

  • Courageous and confident
  • Bold and independent
  • They are also intelligent and serves as warming laps forever
7. Poodle

  • Poodles are intelligent
  • Non-shedding and considered hypoallergenic.
  • They are also faithful, trainable and active
8. Boxer

  • Considered as clown of the dog
  • They are a high-energy, playful and cheerful dog
  • Boxers are friendly too, brave and fearless
9. French Bulldog

  • Due to health issues, they can be expensive to own
  • They are lively, playful, and athletic
  • Easy-going, affectionate, sociable and patients
10. Rottweiler

  • They are smart, loyal and a good guard dog
  • They are considered to be a military and police dogs too
  • Rottweiler are self-assured, obedient and good-natured
11. Dachshund

  • Hard to potty training but lively, playful and clever
  • Although considered as stubborn dog, they are devoted and courageous
12. German Shorthair Pointer

  • Bred for athleticism and intelligence
  • This is perfect for active families
  • Many people still use them for hunting, and they are popular in the agility ring as well.
13. Siberian Husky

  • They do need a lot of exercises, however, so if you plan on getting a husky, make sure you are ready to give him an outlet for that energy, or he will destroy your home
  • They are gentle, active and outgoing
  • Siberian Husky are also friendly and intelligent
14. Doberman Pinscher

  • This breed are popular due to intelligence and loyal nature. 
  • Dobies are also great at agility and other performance events that require brains and speed. 
  • The only downside is their lifespan – it’s just not long enough – many Dobies are taken by cancer around 10 years of age.
15. Great Danes

  • They make great agility partners or therapy dogs and are easy to train
  • Like the Dobie, their only downfall is their short lifespan – Dane owners agree, they are never with you long enough
  • They are loving, friendly and reserved
























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