by Udita Saklani
We all know as kids, having a pet at home is something which we really wished for! Some of us were even lucky that our parents gave into our fancies and allowed us to have pets at home. Dogs are the first creatures which come to anyone’s mind when they think of pets!
Apart from giving a great company, dogs can be great stress busters. Kids who are raised along with dogs are said to have lesser allergies and greater immunity to infections and viruses. Having a dog as a pet will make you fitter by the day. Even on days when you feel lazy and lethargic, seeing your dog waiting for you to take him out, will add certain years to your life by making you fit and healthy. So, if you are planning to raise a fur baby at your home, check out this list of top 10 breeds of dogs:
1. Golden Retriever:
The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular breeds of dogs across the world. It makes for a fabulous family pet. They are intelligent, sociable and loyal. However, it is said that they are not very good watchdogs.
3. Cocker Spaniel:
The Collie breed of dog is a native of Scotland. It is primarily a herding dog found in the highlands, but off lately families have started keeping it as a pet. The Collie is a sensitive and an intelligent dog and acts a great companion within the family. The Collie breed of dog is a native of Scotland.
5. Labrador Retriever:
The Labrador is one of the most popular and friendly pets. 9 out of 10 families have the Labrador as their pet. They are very active and high-spirited. They are friendly with kids which is one of the prime reasons for its presence in many households.
With their cute face and innocent eyes, the pug is becoming as hot a favorite pet with families. Pugs are sturdy, stable and good humored. However, they are not very active and would rather spend their entire day sitting in one corner in the house than go for a walk outside.
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9. German Shepherd:
10. Saint Bernard:
Calm and patient are the two adjectives which can be used to best describe a Saint Bernard. This breed of dog needs a daily dose of exercise to stay fit, so you definitely know your fitness game is on point with this dog.
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