The Best Dog Breeds – Part 1 – Friendliness With Other Dogs

In part 1 of our 'Best Dog Breeds' series we will be looking which breed of dog is considered the most trustworthy and friendly around other dogs. This is always a matter of great discussion around dog owners and trainers and this is only our opinion. Before you go out and purchase a new dog please do your research and look into which type of breed is the best for your specific circumstances. Each breed in our list below is rated as 'above average' in terms of friendliness. So let's get started …

  1. Beagle
  2. Bearded Collie
  3. Bedlington Terrier
  4. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
  5. Clumber Spaniel
  6. Collie
  7. Curly Coated Retriever
  8. Dandie Dinmont Terrier
  9. Deer hound
  10. English Setter
  11. English Springer Spaniel
  12. German Short Hair Pointer
  13. Golden Retriever
  14. Gordon Setter
  15. Irish Setter
  16. Irish Water Spaniel
  17. Irish Wolfhound
  18. Italian Greyhound
  19. Pt Basset Griffon Vendeen
  20. Pointer
  21. Samoyed
  22. Japanese Chin
  23. King Charles Spaniel
  24. Neopolitan Mastiff
  25. Shetland Sheepdog
  26. Welsh Springer Spaniel
  27. West Highland Terrier
  28. Whippet

Remember that each dog is individual with individual experiences in life and throughout their life. For example you may have a dog that you have taken home from a Rescue Home that has had a bad start in life and has had bad experiences with other dogs – this may make the dog more nervous regardless of the breed. Dog training from an early age is also very important especially socialization with other dogs, people and different experiences.

By socializing your pooch with other dogs from an early age – your pooch will become more confident around different breeds of different sizes and genders and less likely to cause you problems when out for a walk.

Often it is Remember the more experienced owner That makes the best dog breeds and gets the greatest results in terms of mixing with : other dogs.




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