Best Dog For A New Dog Owner

Introduction

As a dog owner, there are a few questions you should consider before getting a puppy. One of those questions is: what kind of dog is right for me? To answer this question there are several different things you need to consider in order to determine the breed or breed mix that’s best suited for you. In addition to considering things such as your living situation, amount of time you spend at home, and whether or not you have experienced raising a puppy before, important factors like size and potty training will come into play when determining which pup might be best for you.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

This gentle, affectionate Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is known for being adaptable and good with all sorts of people — from young children to the elderly. The Cav is very trainable and open with strangers. While they do need regular grooming and an average amount of exercise, they are overall a low-maintenance breed.

Boxer

While they are instinctive guardians, the Boxer loves to be with his people. One of the breed’s most notable characteristics is its desire for human affection, especially from children. They are patient and spirited with children, but also protective, making them a popular choice for families. The Boxer requires little grooming, but needs daily exercise.

If you are looking for a medium-large high-energy dog, look no further than the playful boxer. This loyal dog forms a close bond with family. If you lead a reasonably active lifestyle, a boxer could be right for you. This breed needs plenty of exercise and a strong foundation of training. Though young boxers can be a little hyperactive, they are trainable and enjoy attention during training. Once trained and socialized, boxers can thrive in active households and often get along well with kids. Guardians by nature, boxers are naturally protective of their families, especially children. The boxer’s grooming needs are basic.

Breed Overview

Group: Working (AKC)

Height: 1 foot, 9 inches to 2 feet, 1 inch at the shoulder

Weight: 55 to 70 pounds

Coat and Color: Short coat; fawn and brindle are the standard colors

Life Expectancy: 10 to 12 years

English Springer Spaniel

The English Springer Spaniel possesses the “eager to please” attitude common to most spaniels. Cheerful and affectionate, Springers love their families and like to stick close to their owners. They make excellent house pets, but require daily exercise and need regular brushing and trimming to keep their coats neat and free of mats.

Papillon

The Papillon is a small, friendly toy dog with a fine-boned structure. They are known to be happy and alert little dogs that are not shy or aggressive. Papillons are a happy breed whether living in an apartment, out in the country or anywhere in between. They love to play outdoors, but they can be easily entertained and exercised indoors as well.

Two Papillons sitting outdoors in autumn.

Bichon Frise

The bichon frise is a happy-go-lucky little dog, great for families with children or apartment living. It looks a bit like a bouncy cotton ball. This breed is a great all-around companion. Bichons are relatively easy to train, adapt well to any lifestyle, and only need moderate daily exercise to be happy and healthy. You will need to dedicate the time and money to regular visits to the groomer. This breed’s curly coat needs to be trimmed regularly and brushed carefully. For a lower-maintenance coat, keep your bichon’s hair cut short.

Breed Overview

Group: Non-Sporting (AKC)

Height: 9 to 12 inches

Weight: 7 to 12 pounds

Coat and Color: Curly white coat; may have traces of apricot, buff, or cream

Life Expectancy: 14 to 15 years

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Close-up of cavalier King Charles spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles spaniel is a sweet, affectionate dog with a puppy-like appearance. Cavaliers can thrive in all kinds of households and tend to get along well with children of all ages. This breed is small but not tiny and has a gentle demeanor. This dog is elegant, attentive, and generally quiet. The Cavalier’s moderate energy level means basic daily exercise is typically enough to maintain health. It needs basic training and responds to it well. Despite a medium-length coat, this dog’s grooming needs are basic. Regular brushing is essential to avoid tangles in the hair.

Breed Overview

Group: Toy (AKC)

Height: 12 to 13 inches (to the withers)

Weight: 13 to 18 pounds

Coat and Color: Long, sleek and silky coat with feathering around ears, feet, chest, and tail in four color varieties, tricolor, blenheim, ruby, and black and tan

Life Expectancy: 12 to 14 years

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Conclusion

Dogs are a very excellent swimmer. They are really a very helpful pet animal. He respects his owner from the heart and can easily guess his/ her presence through their smell. We should take good care of it and keep them in good condition.

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