January 17, 2018

Welcome To Dog Breeds 123!

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top dog breeds listChoosing the best breed of dog for your families lifestyle can be challenging and it is an important job since your dog will be a member of your family for over a decade! That’s why we’ve put together this top dog breeds list with resources on the different dog breeds as well as information on how to train and care for them.

Here you will find the latest information on dog breeds as well as informative articles on dog care, dog health, dog training and everything else to do with man’s best friend!

So sit back and browse through our articles database for information on choosing a breed, training your puppy and general dog care.

Or get information on your favorite breed by clicking the letter below to see our list of dog breeds:

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Adopting a dog can be one of the most important and most rewarding things you ever do, but if you don’t choose the right dog, it can also be one of the most frustrating. You want to make an informed decision and choose the best breed of dog for your family which is why I wrote So, You Wanna Adopt A Dog? What You MUST Know About Adopting A Dog Before You Bring One Home – this book will give you some great insight into things you need to consider before adopting and I made it affordable at only $2.99 on the Kindle.

Our list of dog breeds above, goes over the top dog breeds and shows you vital information for each one including size, color, temperament, how easy (or hard) they are to train, breed history and common illness in the breed. This is all critical information to consider when looking to adopt a dog.

Of course, you don’t have to adopt a purebred either – my dog Mojo (in the picture above) was a rescue and she’s mostly Chihuahua and exhibits many of the characteristics of that breed. Adopting a dog from an animal shelter can be really rewarding and many of them have obvious ancestry so you can look on the dog breeds list for the breed that dog resembles to see what kind of personality your new dog might have.

Training your new dog is critical if you want to have a stress free relationship which is why many people feel that the best breed of dog is one that can be easily trained. The thing is that most dogs can be easily trained if you know how to go about it. If you are adopting a dog or have one that isn’t behaving the way you want, you might want to check out my free email course full of dog training tips – you’ll also get my free dog training report and all you have to do is sign up below:

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