Which breed of dog to go with?

Dog is a man’s best friend. There is no denying it. They offer you unconditional love and affection as well as help deal with your stress and tension. But not every breed of dog is right for you. Your dog should complement your personality and lifestyle. Two cute Chow-chow puppies, isolated over whiteIf you are an outdoor buff, you would want a canine companion that can keep up with you. It is true that every dog loves to get out, but not every dog can keep up with long walks or dynamic exercise routine. If you are an outdoor person, medium-large breeds are ideal for you. You can choose from, German shepherds, Dalmatians, Irish and English setters, Labrador retrievers, Rottweiliers, Doberman pinschers, Weimaraners and Border collies. Family with kids would, for obvious reasons, prefer children-friendly dogs. Due to their loving nature, almost every breed of dog can be a great companion for your child but there are few that are well known for their love of children. Beagles and boxers are preferable for small kids who love to cuddle and play, dachshunds are ideal for gentler, older children and Labrador retrievers and Saint Bernards are suitable for kids of all ages as they play and protect. Dogs, like any pet, require care and attention. But the extent of care required varies with different breeds. If you maintain a busy lifestyle but still want a companion to come home to, you will be better off with more independent breeds such as Chinese sharpies, Alaskan malamutes and Russian Wolfhounds. Dog and cat playing together outdoor.Lying on the back together.If you have a lot of time, affection and love to give, you should choose a breed that seeks human companionship more than others, such as Pomeranian, French bulldog or poodle. If you want a dog that, in addition, is a good watchdog, you should choose a Beagle, Bloodhound or American cocker spaniel. Accommodation is also an important factor to consider when choosing a dog. If you live in an apartment, you would prefer a dog that does not bark unnecessarily and require modest exercise. A good option, in this case, would be Cavalier King Charles spaniels, Bedlington terriers or English toy spaniels. Havanese, Affenpinscher or Chihuahua are also fine options, but they are relatively vocal. If you reside near ocean, an aquatic friendly dog such as Golden retriever would be preferable. There are breeds that are suitable for you if you have physical problems. If you have sleeping issues, quite dogs such as Grey hounds and English sheepdogs should be your choice. If you suffer from knee pain, arthritis or MS, you should go with Bullmastiffs, Saint Bernards, Basset hounds or Pekingese, as they need little exercise. If you are dealing with hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes or heart problems, you should choose a breed that would motivate you to walk such as American Eskimo, Airedales or Akitas. If you have allergies, you may consider poodles, Portuguese water dogs or bichon frises. In short, the choice of the dog should match your personality, your living situation and your physical needs and limitations. Put consideration and thought into choosing the breed and you will enjoy a long and happy relationship with them.