You don’t have to breed the way you want, but you should choose a dog that suits your circumstances, abilities, and personality, if you don’t want to “break up” soon.
A lot of people wanted to keep dogs, especially at the time, it was the zodiac of this year. People love beautiful little dogs, people love big, fierce dogs. But remember, it’s not like loving.
Many canine coaching experts agree that you shouldn’t choose to make the right choice, but you should choose based on your situation, your needs and most importantly your personality.
You cannot breed a “hyperactive” dog by being busy all day, because sooner or later both will have to “break up.”
1. Housekeeping dog
If you want to keep a dog to keep a house, you can choose the Rottweiler, Doberman, German Shepherd (or German Shepherd) or Malinois (Belgian Shepherd). They are born watchdogs, never trust strangers, and are extremely fierce towards enemies.
Contraindications: Retriever lines (Golden and Labrador). They are overly friendly, sometimes ready to wave their tails when they see a thief visiting the house.
2. Family dogs
The Labrador and the Golden Retriever are two perfect dog breeds for every family. They are friendly and especially love children, ready to play happily. In addition, the Cocker Spaniel is also a good choice.
Contraindications: Pekingese – as this can be considered the most selfish race. They are sympathetic, but always want to monopolize the feelings of the owner. If there is a baby, he can hate it.
In addition, one should also be careful with some ferocious dogs like bulldogs, pitbulls. If you want to increase, train it very carefully.
3. Dogs … sports
If you want a friend for a morning run, Pointer (German Shorthair Dog) or Irish Setter is for you. They are meant to move.
The only downside is that these 2 friends are relatively tall. If you want smaller babies, consider the Jack Russell Terrier or the Cocker Spaniel.
Contraindications: Bull Anh and Pug. These are two species that have been bred by humans … too out of control. They are likely to be overweight and often unable to exercise too much. In addition, dogs that are too large should not run too much, as their body weight will damage the joints of their paws.
4. Dog transport
Want a small animal to pick up, a pet, but you don’t like cats? French bull, Pomeranian, toy poodle are perfect candidates.
Contraindications: “hyperactive” breeds. They require exercise all day and you can’t let them go on and on.
5. Dogs for busy singles
Basically, dogs are a species that need communication, so if you’re too busy you shouldn’t be keeping them. Still, there are a few species that can tolerate solitude – such as the Chinese Shar Pei or the Basset Hound.
Contraindications: As stated, the majority of dogs need attention. But in particular, Retriever or Collie species can become depressed if they are not taken care of regularly.
6. Dogs for the elderly
Retired, the most suitable breed is the Boston Terrier, the Pug, or the Spanish King Charles Spaniel. They are friendly, easy going, but don’t need too much time to be active every day.
Contraindications: All large dogs, because taking care of them is very laborious.
7. Dog for a family with many animals
If you already have a lot of pets in your home, choose carefully, as you won’t want to see your bosses rebelling.
The most suitable breeds are the Retriever, Collie, and Spaniel (both Cocker and King Charles).
Contraindications: species such as bulldogs. Their nature is competitive, so they don’t like having other animals in the same territory.
8. Novice dogs
If this is your first time owning a dog, try a Labrador, Border Collie, or Poodle. They are smart, easy to teach, and not overly stubborn.
Contraindications: Schnauzer and Terrier. They are quite stubborn so it takes time to teach and patience.