The Golden Retriever is a true “get-along” dog, making fast friends with kids, cats and other dogs when socialized with all of them. She’s loyal and eager-to-please, which means she enjoys learning tricks to make you happy. Because she’s very social, she needs to be in situations where she won’t get lonely.
The next installment in our series on your best friends features the Labrador Retriever. This dog is extremely popular in the United States and Canada. You often hear of them referenced by color—black, yellow or chocolate.
Our first featured best friend is the Australian Shepherd. While labeled the Australian Shepherd, this working dog was bred around the time of the Gold Rush to herd livestock in the western United States. The Aussie is associated with Western culture and cowboys because of its popularity in rodeos, Western films and television.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Staffies, is a popular and gentle breed in the terrier group. They are very loving, docile, playful, fun-loving, protective of their owners and their kids. Staffies have a personality that you'd find in a small child rather than a dog! They are one of the best companion dogs.
French Bulldogs are one of the most loved breeds on the planet. They are cute, cuddly, and they have a personality that none can compete with. French Bulldogs, in addition, have a very infectious spirit and a love for play time. Do you have a French bulldog and are wondering what to expect when it's time for them to play? Or are you curious as to what a French bulldog is all about?
If there is one thing that our dogs love, it's to play. However, unbeknownst to most people, each breed of dog has a different play style. What does that mean, play style? A dog's play style simply means that they like to play in a plethora of ways. They could like to play with certain toys, or they could like to play at certain times. In this article, we are showcasing the play style of the Boston Terrier breed.