Dog Breeds

Detailed Dogs Breeds Info – Choosing The Right Dog Breeds

Learning on Dog breeds are very important before getting or adopting a dog or puppy. You are getting a family member that is going to live with you around 10 to 15 years and you can make a better decision to pay more attention to characteristics and what your dog’s breed do best and it’s comfortable environment settings.

It is not right to choose a dog for just looking cute, cool or nice. Remember every puppy looks as cute as possible. We strongly recommend to order a dvd for your breed and choose specific training sessions recorded specifically for your puppy type. You can review the dog training dvd section for a variety of options available on this web site.

Every dogs breed comes with its own medical problems, needs and personality. When you are choosing a dog breed you should think about your family needs and interests. This will help you to have a healthier life for your dog as well, let’s assume that you are interested in sporting breed dogs and you know for sure you will not have time to give long walks or provide an active lifestyle to keep your dog exercised and mentally relaxed. By not picking a dog from the sporting group you will be happier at home and not end up with a hyper full size dog at home with agressive barking, chewing or anxiety issues.

For dogs living indoors, shedding or extensive grooming needs can be a major concern. Some dogs breeds shed more than others, when choosing your puppy breed you should think about dealing with dog hair, ear, nose and teeth cleaning and specific grooming needs. If your family member has an allergy for dog hair you should think about breeds have short hair or non-shed.

Long hair dog breeds need more grooming time than when compared short hair dog breeds. But remember grooming is not all about hair and washing your dog or puppy

Some breeds are very good with small children, some of them are not, some dogs breeds prefer to be around the people all the time, some just wanted to wonder and relax. Some will love to protect the kids and some may not be a good fit with families with small children. Remember to check dog breeds rating for getting along with kids and getting along with other pets if you have children at home or other pets such as cats or other types of dogs.

Dog Breeds are organized into dog breed groups by the Dog Kennel Clubs. Dog Kennel Clubs maintain puppy type standards and record purebred dogs for all breed types. Here is the list and links for the most popular english speaking Dog Kennel Clubs accepted by dog authorities across the world:

  • American Kennel Club (AKC)
  • Canadian Kennel Club (CKC)
  • The Kennel Club UK
  • Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC)
  • Kennel Club of India (KCI)
  • United Kennel Club (UKC)

Some puppy types are very good with other pets like cats other dog breeds are not. Also if you are considering having more dogs in the home or at the backyard, you should consider dogs with similar sizes and characteristics, Dogs play with each other and small dogs can be easily injured when playing with a large size dog breed.

Some dog breeds are more active than other dog breeds. Active dog breeds need long walks or may be requires to run such as sporting dog breeds, the others would be fine just at home activity and small walk as needed. You have to keep your active dog busy otherwise your dog may have behavioral problems like digging, barking, jumping and chewing in the future.

Some fo the breeds can be trained easier than others. Dog obedience training can be very time consuming, you can train any dog but you may need to spend more time for some dog breeds. This is a very critical point. You will either spend the time to train your dog, or pay a professional to do it for you or suffer the consequences from the lack of training all the years you will spend with your best friend.

Some breeds of dogs are fine being alone and quite, and the others may need a person with them most of the time.

Small breeds have different personality and dog health problems when compared with other large dog breeds. They may have more barking and chewing issues when compared with the full size dog breeds. You may need to take them out to potty or walking more often, since their bodies are more fragile.

There are a lot of different puppy breeds that you can consider. Purebreeds dogs breeds typically inherit all the characteristics of their breed. Such as german shephards or labrador retrievers. When choosing a mixed dog breed, you may get some of the benefits from the all the types, but inherit some health problems along with them. Cross breeds are great fits for families and today’s society. Who would not love a golden retriever that’s smarter and without shedding.

  • Purebreds
  • Mixed Breeds
  • Cross Breeds

Here is the Top ten most popular Dog breeds chosen by families:

  1. Labrador Retriever – Training DVD
  2. Yorkshire Terrier – Training DVDS
  3. German Shepherd – Obedience Training DVDs
  4. Golden Retriever – Puppy Training DVD
  5. Beagle
  6. Boxer – Training At Home
  7. Dachshund
  8. Bulldog – Training DVDs
  9. Poodle
  10. Shih Tzu

Before getting or adopting a dog please remember to search and learn more about that dogs breeds you are interested. Feel free to contact us with any of your dog breed related questions or get in contact with our online community for recommendations.

For a comprehensive list of all dog breeds you can visit our A to Z Dogs Breeds organized alphabetically for your convenience, that page also contains detailed information on AKC Dog Breed Groups and dog breed information such as care, temperament, life expectancy and physical characteristics. Simply an amazing guide to select the right dog breed for you and your family.