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Selected Preferences Personality: More playful

#1

Flat-Coated Retriever

With an affection level of 5 out of 5, the Flat-Coated Retriever is quite loving and enjoys spending time with you. It was approved by the AKC in 1915. It belongs to the sporting group. It sheds an extreme amount and will require lots of extra maintenance to keep your house free of fur. It can live to be about 13 years old and receives exceptional marks for health of dog from our users. The Flat-Coated Retriever has an ease of training rating of 3 out of 5, so it catches on fairly well and can be trained without too much difficulty. It is considered to be a very loyal breed and is considered to be an exceptionally bright breed. It is good with kids. The Flat-Coated Retriever has an exercise requirement rating of 5 out of 5, so it needs tons of exercise and will be happiest in an active, playful household. It is considered to be a relatively quiet breed that doesn't bark excessively. The Flat-Coated Retriever is medium sized and a large dog. With respect to average height of breed, it is average height. When it comes to average weight of breed, it weighs about average. The Flat-Coated Retriever can have black fur and liver colored fur. It has long hair and thick hair.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 103 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 3 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 3 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1915, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - AKC, FCI, UKC, SAKU, ANKC, UK, NZKC, CKC
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#2

Brittany

In terms of affection level, the Brittany is quite loving and enjoys spending time with you. It was approved by the AKC in 1934. It belongs to the sporting group. It sheds an extreme amount and will require lots of extra maintenance to keep your house free of fur. It receives exceptional marks for health of dog from our users. The Brittany can live to be about 12 years old. It is considered to be a very loyal breed. It is considered to be a bright breed. It catches on quickly and is not difficult to train. It is good with kids. The Brittany needs tons of exercise and will be happiest in an active, playful household and is considered to be a relatively quiet breed that doesn't bark excessively. It is medium sized. With respect to average height of breed, the Brittany is average height. As for average weight of breed, it is lightweight. It can have black fur, red-brown fur and white fur. It can have liver colored fur and parti-colored fur.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 30 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 4 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 5 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1934, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - FCI, AKC, UKC, UK, SAKU, ANKC, NZKC, CKC
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#3

French Bulldog

The French Bulldog is less expressive and more independent. It was approved by the AKC in 1898. It belongs to the non-sporting group. It sheds very little so you won't spend much time cleaning up fur. It can live to be about 14 years old. The French Bulldog has an ease of training rating of 4 out of 5, so it catches on quickly and is not difficult to train relative to other dog breeds. It is considered to be an exceptionally bright breed. The French Bulldog is good with kids. It does not need much exercise and is happiest when napping. It is a small dog. When it comes to average height of breed, it is short. With respect to average weight of breed, the French Bulldog is lightweight. It can have black fur, red fur and white fur. It can have tan fur and tri-colored fur. It has short hair, soft fur and thick hair.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 21 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 4 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 3 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1898, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - AKC, ANKC, NZKC, FCI, UKC, SAKU, UK, CKC
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#4

Irish Setter

With an affection level of 5 out of 5, the Irish Setter is quite loving and enjoys spending time with you. It was approved by the AKC in 1878. It belongs to the sporting group. It can live to be about 14 years old. It catches on quickly and is not difficult to train. The Irish Setter is truly man's best friend. It is good with kids. It needs tons of exercise and will be happiest in an active, playful household. It is a large dog. With an average height of breed of 26 inches, the Irish Setter is tall. At 65 pounds, it weighs about average. It can have red fur, red-brown fur and brown fur. It has long hair, fine hair and smooth fur. It has a double coat. The Irish Setter is energetic.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 77 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 4 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 4 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1878, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - AKC, FCI, UKC, SAKU, ANKC, UK, NZKC, CKC
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#5

Miniature Bull Terrier

The Miniature Bull Terrier is less expressive and more independent. It was approved by the AKC in 1991. It belongs to the terrier group. It can live to be about 14 years old. It learns very slowly and can be quite difficult to train. The Miniature Bull Terrier is good with kids. It needs an average amount of exercise and loves to go on walks. It is medium sized. With an average height of breed of only 12.50 inches, it is short. With an average weight of breed of only 28.50 pounds, the Miniature Bull Terrier is lightweight. It can have black fur, red fur and white fur. It can have tan fur, parti-colored fur and tri-colored fur. It has short hair and rough fur. It is energetic.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 130 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 1 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 2 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1991, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - AKC, UKC, ANKC, UK, NZKC, FCI, CKC
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#6

Bull Terrier

The Bull Terrier has an affection level rating of 3 out of 5, so it is less expressive and more independent relative to other dog breeds. It was approved by the AKC in 1885. It belongs to the terrier group. The Bull Terrier can live to be about 14 years old. It catches on fairly well and can be trained without too much difficulty. It is good with kids. It needs an average amount of exercise and loves to go on walks. The Bull Terrier is a large dog. It is average height and weighs about average. It can have black fur, red fur and white fur. It can have tan fur, parti-colored fur and tri-colored fur. It has short hair, rough fur and glossy fur. The Bull Terrier is hardy.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 53 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 3 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 1 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1885, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - FCI, CKC, AKC, UKC, SAKU, ANKC, UK, NZKC
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#7

Irish Terrier

With an affection level of only 2 out of 5, the Irish Terrier is less expressive and more independent. It was approved by the AKC in 1885. It belongs to the terrier group. It can live to be about 15 years old. With an ease of training of 3 out of 5, it catches on fairly well and can be trained without too much difficulty. The Irish Terrier needs an average amount of exercise and loves to go on walks. It is medium sized. At 18.50 inches, it is average height. With an average weight of breed of only 26 pounds, it is lightweight. The Irish Terrier can have red fur, white fur and cream colored fur. It can have gold fur and parti-colored fur. It has thick hair and wiry fur. It is rugged and regal.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 128 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 3 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 4 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1885, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - AKC, UKC, SAKU, ANKC, UK, NZKC, FCI, CKC
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#8

Miniature Pinscher

The Miniature Pinscher is less expressive and more independent. It was approved by the AKC in 1925. It belongs to the toy group. It sheds very little so you won't spend much time cleaning up fur. It can live to be about 14 years old. The Miniature Pinscher is considered to be a very loyal breed. It catches on quickly and is not difficult to train and is considered to be a fairly bright breed. It is good with kids. The Miniature Pinscher is considered to be a very quiet breed that rarely barks. It needs little exercise and enjoys a good nap. It is a small dog. With an average height of breed of only 11 inches, it is short. With an average weight of breed of only 9 pounds, the Miniature Pinscher is lightweight. It can have black fur, blue/gray fur and red fur. It can have red-brown fur, brown fur and tan fur.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 40 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 4 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 3 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1925, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - AKC, SAKU, ANKC, UK, NZKC, FCI, UKC, CKC
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#9

Dutch Shepherd Dog

The Dutch Shepherd Dog belongs to the herding group. It sheds an average amount so you won't be overwhelmed with cleaning up fur. It can live to be about 14 years old. It is considered to be an exceptionally bright breed. The Dutch Shepherd Dog catches on fairly well and can be trained without too much difficulty and is truly man's best friend. It is good with kids. It needs a lot of exercise and will be happiest when taken on lots of walks. The Dutch Shepherd Dog is medium sized. When it comes to average height of breed, it is average height. With respect to average weight of breed, it weighs about average. It can have black fur, light gray fur and dark gray fur. The Dutch Shepherd Dog can have brown fur, white fur and gold fur. It can have parti-colored fur and tri-colored fur. It has long hair.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent):
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 3 out of 5
  • breed information: Kennel Clubs - FCI, ARBA, UKC
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#10

Bichon Frise

The Bichon Frise has an affection level rating of 5 out of 5, so it is quite loving and enjoys spending time with you relative to other dog breeds. It was approved by the AKC in 1972. The Bichon Frise belongs to the non-sporting group. It sheds very little so you won't spend much time cleaning up fur. It receives exceptional marks for health of dog from our users. It can live to be about 15 years old. The Bichon Frise is considered to be a very loyal breed. It catches on quickly and is not difficult to train and is considered to be a fairly bright breed. It is good with kids. The Bichon Frise is considered to be a very quiet breed that rarely barks. It needs little exercise and enjoys a good nap. It is a small dog. It is short and is lightweight. It can have white fur. The Bichon Frise has soft fur, thick hair and rough fur. It has curled fur.

  • American Kennel Club (AKC) popularity ranking (most recent): 37 out of 167
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 5, Ease of Training - 4 out of 5, Friendliness Towards Dogs - 4 out of 5
  • breed information: Date Approved by AKC - 1972, AKC Page for Breed, Kennel Clubs - AKC, FCI, UKC, SAKU, UK, NZKC, ANKC, CKC
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