Looking for your own best friend

As we all know a dog is man’s best friend and every year people spend money on their pets even buying them birthday and Christmas presents. You can make the most necessary of items such as Dog Collars and Leads a special gift, especially if you take a look at those available on https://iwoof.com

 If you are looking for a dog as a pet and unsure what breed to get here is a list of some of the most popular dog breeds this year so far:

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Miniature Schnauzer – These incredibly smart and affectionate dogs have become more and more popular over the years. Originally used as show dogs people have fallen in love with their naturally loyal and playful nature. They make great animals to have around children although they do require quite a lot of grooming, which is definitely something the children can help with. As they are incredible affectionate you can find they become anxious if they are left alone for long periods of time and are a breed that like to talk and so you will often find them barking away.

 Dachshund – Sometimes called ‘Sausage Dog’ they are very intelligent little dogs and very quick to show their affection to wards their owners. They are naturally playful and fun little dogs and when the mood takes them they can be incredibly comical and often have incredible personalities. Although they are low maintenance dogs in terms of grooming etc they are very energetic and will be looking to be entertained and walked. They can be occasionally stubborn and are not the best breed for first time dog owners as they have a tendency to want to do their own thing.

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 German Shepherd – A much larger breed than the first two. Used by the police force for service dogs they are extremely intelligent and incredibly loyal to their owners often putting themselves in danger to save their owners from harm. They are good with children and very protective which is why many people use them as a type of watchdog. They need to be given lots of exercise and activities so are not suitable for people who do not have the time to provide this for them.

Owning a dog, whatever the breed is not a decision that you should make lightly. They require a lot of attention and exercise and you need to be able to afford everything you need for the dog and adequate insurance should anything happen, and your pet need veterinary support.