Choosing a Dog Breed that’s Good for your Health
A four-legged pet can be your best buddy. It can also bring an abundance of benefits to your life. Pets not only provide love and affection, but they may also aid in the strengthening of your immune system, the reduction of depression, and the reduction of blood pressure.
Of course, getting to know yourself is an important part of picking the ideal dog. A dog is supposed to be for life—the dog’s life—so think carefully about the dog you want.
Depending on the source, there are between 200 and 400 breeds of dogs in the world, so there’s bound to be a great puppy for you out there to choose from, following your preference.
Dogs for fitness enthusiasts. If you enjoy being outdoors, you’ll most likely want a canine companion who shares your enthusiasm. Most large breeds enjoy being out and about, but especially medium-large breeds like Labrador retrievers, Dalmatians, German shepherds, Border collies, Weimaraners, Irish and English settlers, Rottweilers, and Doberman pinschers.
Dogs that adore children. Although almost any dog can be a wonderful companion for a child, there are a few breeds that are noted for their affinity for youngsters. Labrador retrievers and Saint Bernards adore having children of all ages to play with and protect. Beagles and boxers are good for little kids who love to romp and play. Dachshunds are great for gentle and older kids.