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Cavoodles are a gentle and sweet-natured dog breed. They are lively and friendly dogs that are very sociable. This is not surprising since both of their parents have these traits.
Even though they look like teddy bears, these dogs are highly intelligent and easy to train.
Also known as the Frenchie, this dog has enjoyed a long history as one of the best companion dogs.
The French Bulldog is a cross between the bulldog ancestors from England and the local ratters in France. Behaviour-wise, this dog is adaptable, playful and smart.
Few breeds are as loved and recognized as the Pomeranian. Fondly referred to as Poms, these are one of the most popular small dog breeds.
Many love them because of their adorable features, fierce intelligence and adaptive nature.
The Dachshund temperament is typically lively and intelligent, with an independent streak. Dachshunds are very people-oriented. However, this can result in stress and separation anxiety when left alone for too long. They can also be a territorial breed, which can result in aggression when not socialized properly.
One of the cutest miniature hypoallergenic hybrid puppies. Moodles also known as a Maltipoo are smart, playful and very affectionate.
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Much like humans, their personalities too can vary, with characteristics including being happy, smart, fun-loving, loyal, stubborn, and playful. Bill tells CL: “Corgis are friendly, outgoing and intelligent dogs suitable for owners with different lifestyles.
The temperament of a Beagle is notoriously friendly and gentle. They are even-tempered dogs, neither too aggressive nor too timid. They have medium energy and are of a smaller build. Other Beagles traits are “happy-go-lucky,” and loyal.
The ideal Rottweiler is calm, confident, and courageous, never shy. He has a self-assured aloofness and doesn’t make friends with people immediately or indiscriminately. Instead, he takes a wait-and-see attitude with new people or situations. With his family, he’s affectionate, often following them around the house.
The Dalmatian is a breed of medium-sized dog, noted for its unique white coat marked with black or brown-colored spots. Originating as a hunting dog, it was also used as a carriage dog in its early days. The origins of this breed can be traced back to present-day Croatia and its historical region of Dalmatia.
The Newfoundland is a large working dog. They can be black, brown, grey, or white. However, in the Dominion of Newfoundland, before it became part of the confederation of Canada, only black and Landseer coloured dogs were considered to be proper members of the breed.
The Havanese, a bichon-type dog, is the national dog of Cuba, developed from the now extinct Blanquito de la Habana. The Blanquito descended from the also now-extinct Bichón Tenerife.