10 Best behaved Dog Breeds



Customs authorities utilize little Beagles as sniffer dogs at ports and airports. Ancient Greeks kept Beagle-type dogs.


Bernese Mountain Dog

The huge Bernese Mountain dog, from Switzerland, is notable for its tri-colored coat. They've resided in central Europe's mountains since 58 B.C.


Boston Terrier

Boston Terriers originated in Boston, Massachusetts. On February 20, 1893, the American Kennel Club approved the breed, which was produced from an English Bulldog and a White English Terrier.


Bull Terrier

UK-born Bull Terriers are powerful, muscular, and brave. Bull Terriers are amiable, clever, and even-tempered despite their fearsome look.


Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, commonly known as the Royal Spaniel, is a compact, strong dog with a long, silky hair.



Collies, medium-sized dogs with long coats and wedge-pointed features, originated in Scotland as sheepdogs. The "Lassie" movies and TV show made the breed popular in the 20th century. Aristocrats had long liked it.


Golden Retriever

The famous Golden Retriever was created in Scotland in the 19th century as a hunting dog. Golden Retrievers are still employed for hunting, although they are more likely to be seen in suburban households as pets.


Labrador Retriever

Labradors, like Golden Retrievers, are popular family pets due to their placid disposition. Labradors, one of the most adaptable dog breeds, are utilized as seeing-eye dogs for the blind, therapy dogs, drug and explosive detector dogs, and other support tasks.



The Newfoundland, named for its Canadian province of origin, is a big, clever dog. Newfoundlands are intelligent, affectionate, and peaceful despite their size and power. The breed standard identifies temperament as the most essential trait.



Today, the Poodle is noted for its many fashionable and sometimes unusual hairstyles. Poodles are bright, lively, and well-behaved family pets who respond well to training.

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