Choosing the best dog breeds to adapt at your cozy home or to take for hunts can be a daunting question; especially if you haven t adapted a dog before. If you have children, then you should most certainly choose a dog breed that will be suitable for and will get friendly with children.
It is a known common fact that some dog breeds tend to become jealous towards children in search of attention and that could be dangerous in a household depending on the age of your children. Therefore, you should read up on the nature of dog breeds, basic dog care techniques and what kind of environment is suitable for the breed that you are planning on adapting.
American kennel society has recognized over 150 dog breeds including working dogs, hunting dog, companion dogs and more. It should be understood by every dog owner that certain dog breeds have characteristics of their own thus, they behave in certain ways. Whilst dogs can be the best friends for humans, it is also important to consider the aspects that might go wrong when adapting a specific dog breed.
There are two types of dogs to begind with; terristorial and friendly. Some dog breeds require a single master who will have the control over the dog s behavior and know how to discipline them. A perfect example of such single master dogs are guard dogs used by police.
Some dogs really know how to obey people and they will also know how to tease. One more thing you should focus on when selecting dog breeds is the general temperament of the breed and grooming.
If the dog breeds you choose have a fair temperament then that means they are easy to discipline and they d probably make good friends with children. If not, they could be used as custodial dogs.
Dog groomings can become a hassle for many dog owners. Generally, the long hair types are difficult to maintain while the shorthaired ones are easier to get by.
You may want to familiarize yourself with different grooming techniques depending on the dog breeds you wish to adapt.