Dog breeds: How to find the right one for you.

Dog breeds: How to find the right one for you.

September 06, 2018

Hello Ruffers!
Usually, to adopt or buy a dog is not an easy process, since certain considerations must be taken into account. That is why we decided to help you to find the perfect breed for you. For this, it's necessary to define what you are looking for, and know more about dog breeds.
The first and most important things to establish are:
  1. The environment that you can offer them (house, apartment, garden ...)
  2. Your income (what you are willing to spend).
  3. Characteristics of your family (children, elderly people, people with disabilities, etc.)
  4. The character of the dog, it is extremely important that you know the way in which it behaves since you will avoid problems.
  5. Type of activities that you want to do with the dog, such as biking, walking, climbing, running, hiking, or simply just as a company.

Once you defined these characteristics it is time for you to choose a dog breed, which is cataloged depending on their weight.

Toy dogs 

Less than 5 kilos.
* Generally, they are very delicate, needy, active, playful, and nervous.
Breeds: Pomerania, Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, Pinscher, Pekingese, Affenpinscher, Fox Terrier Toy, etc.

Small dogs 

From 5 to 14 kilos. 
* Very active dogs, agile, sociable, and learn tricks very easy.
Breeds: Boston Terrier, French Bulldog, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Fox Terrier, Lhasa Apso, Schnauzer, Shih Tzu, Pug Carlino, Shiba Inu, Xoloitzcuintle, etc.


Medium dogs 

From 14 to 25 kilos.
* They are cheerful, tenacious, loyal to their owners, and most of these breeds get along well with children.
Breeds: American Bully, Basset Hound, English Bulldog, Border Collie, Dalmatian, English Springer Spaniel, Siberian Husky, Dutch Shepherd, Boxer, Pitbull, Shar-Pei, etc.

Large dogs 

25 kilos or more. 
* They are strong, agile, hardworking, and very intelligent; most become ideal for training or used as guard dogs.
Breeds: Airedale Terrier, Old English Shepherd, Weimaraner, Doberman, Chow Chow, Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Belgian Shepherd, Labrador, Rottweiler, Czechoslovakian Wolf, Setter Gordon, Saint Bernard, Great Dane, Tibetan Mastiff, Spanish Mastiff.


We hope you this blog post has been helpful in our blog. We recommend you follow this process so you can choose your dog properly.


Have a pawsome day!