Note Editor: Because of some technical difficulties yesterday, we cannot post this list on August 26, national dog days. But we can’t refuse to post it today. Enjoy!

Dogs are the best.

Very loyal, they are entertaining, protecting, and loving their humans without conditions, making dogs superior to other pets out there.

But not all dogs are created equal. This is the best 11 Breed Dog, based on factors including health, personality, and overall popularity.

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11. Portuguese Water Dog

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The Portuguese water dogs were originally bred to Herd Fish, took the disappearance or a broken mesh, and acted as a courier from the ship to the beach.


They are good for people with allergies and make friends who are very good because they love, independently, smart, and easy to train.

Portuguese water dogs also enjoyed being slashed and friendly with foreigners. Just be warned that like many bigger dogs, boredom can cause them to be destructive.

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10. Newfoundland Dog

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Known as “natural caregivers,” Newfoundland dog is the sweetest. Maybe the most famous newfoundland is Nana fiction from “Peter Pan,” which is so beautiful with children.


This soft giants is very loyal and easily trained, and legendary for its temperamal.

Newfoundland dogs are also strong swimmers, and the type is trained to save people from sinking – one dog even with famous saves Napoleon Bonaparte.

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9. Maltese

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One of the most ancient breeds of toys, Maltese dogs are bred to be sweet and adore the owners. The Greeks even founded the tomb for their Malta dogs, and in Elizabethan Times, they are called “blankets” because they are believed to be able to relieve pain and cure disease.


Maltese dogs are also very hypoallergenic, with a silk coat that is not shed.

And because of its size, these dogs are also good for living apartments.

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8. Golden Retrievers

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Goldens is a sweet, loyal, and extraordinary companion dog. They prefer to sleep on your feet then running outside without you.
They are also very angry, especially with small children. Goldens made great and comfortable dogs because of their friendly and tolerant attitude.

Plus they are bred to take other ducks and poultry for hunters, so if you like playing, this is a dog for you.

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7. Huskies

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Huskies Siberia is an amazing animal, with thick fur coats and sharp eyes. Most people who choose Husky do it because of their extraordinary beauty.


Husky is a good dog-affected dog with children. They spill minimally, except twice a year when they blow their coats, and do not have a typical “dog smell” that tends to occur.

Husky is not considered as a big type for the first dog owner, because they need a lot of attention, exercise, and very well escape and run away.

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6. Poodles

The 11 Best Dog Breeds

Poodles get bad rap. But they easily practice because they are very smart, and family dogs are pleasant, fun, and loyal.


Poodles can be a seeker, so don’t be surprised if it’s kind of oriented to this person constantly with you.

They also protect their family and home, and can be aggressive with people outside the family or with other dogs.

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5. Beagles

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Because of their intelligence, Beagles are used by law enforcers at the airport to sniff out luggage for goods that are not permitted. Because of their friendly nature and appearance, Beagles don’t worry about passengers.


This breed also has a lack of inherited health problems, and even a good temperament for families and small children.

The most common reason Beagles abandoned or handed over to the pound is because the owner cannot stand howling. This can be controlled by training your dog early to avoid excessive barking.

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4. German Shepherds

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The relatively new breed (they returned to 1899), the German shepherd is an extraordinary animal: brave, obedient, very loyal, and want to learn.


The German shepherd is also very smart, and superior is most whatever they do. They are usually used as dog services and police dogs to protect officers and find drugs or human remains.

German shepherds really like their humans so they will suffer from separation anxiety, and can be destructive when bored alone at home.

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3. Pembroke Welsh Corgis

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Corgis has a cult like following mainly because their personalities are pleasant and sweet. According to Welsh mythology, Pembroke Welsh Corgi is even a mode of transportation for fairies.


Even though they can be embarrassed by strangers, Corgis is good with children and has a strong desire to please the owner.

They are also one of the most handsome dogs, with big ears, long stems, and big ass. Just monitor their food intake carefully because this type is susceptible to overeating.

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2. Labrador Retrievers

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There are reasons why laboratories are the most popular types in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, England, and here in M. They are devoted and obedient and even have temperaments that make them good with children and other animals.


Buned for fun to please and fun friends, a smart lab and generally chosen as a dog guide and dog service for blind or autistic individuals.

They also make understanding of therapeutic dogs, and can be trained to help enforce law and other official institutions with screening and detection work.

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1. Mixed Breeds

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No matter what the breed mixture, Mutt is extraordinary. The mixed breed is believed to have health problems that are less genetically inherited than the tra, according to Dr. Sarah Ward Fatula.


Plus, if you adopt your mixed breed from a shelter, not only will they be bathed / castrated, microchipped and up to the vaccine, but you will also help with the problem of the excess pet population.

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