The Top 10 Most Active Dog Breeds


Labrador Retriever

Labrador retrievers love to play. They adore fetching and swimming. Newfoundland water dogs were imported to England to act as waterfowl retrievers. In 1917, the American Kennel Club recognized them, winning over dog lovers everywhere.



Boxers, known for their courage, intellect, and devotion, are muscular and athletic. These smart dogs were couriers and hunters. Families love boxers. They adore playing with family.


Golden Retriever

Golden retrievers most resemble American family dogs. Long-haired golden retrievers are gorgeous. Loyal, bright, and silly. They like fetch, water, and following you around like Labs. They're fantastic with kids and most animals.



The Icelandic and Lapland sled dogs that bred this spitz are distantly related to huge Malamutes and Samoyeds. Queen Victoria popularized Poms across Europe and worldwide in the late 1800s. Pomeranians are great tiny, lively dogs.


Australian Shepherd

Aussies are athletic. When they can, these dogs run, leap, and play. They excel in agility and frisbee, but their true usefulness is herding. American ranchers reared Aussies as livestock herders and farmhands.


English Springer Spaniel

In the early 1900s, the English springer spaniel became popular in Europe and subsequently in America. The American Kennel Club lists it among the top 30 most popular breeds every year. The ESS is a well-rounded breed ideal for busy families.


Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Elizabeth II like Pembroke Welsh Corgis. Though little, corgis act big. Short, robust herding dogs with huge bunny-like ears and short tails. Corgis are loyal, lively, and smart. This breed might acquire weight and have spinal issues. Play fetch with them often.


Jack Russell Terrier

The Jack Russell terrier was developed in England in the 1800s to chase foxes underground. Family pets enjoy them for their intelligence and playfulness. They're loud. Their intense prey drive may make them unsuitable for households with little furries.


French Bulldog

French bulldogs' funny, fun-loving dispositions and great loyalty have made them famous in recent years. The top five U.S. dogs are them. Millions love their prominent ears and wrinkles.


Portuguese Water Dog

The Portuguese water dog may be your best friend if you have allergies yet love dogs. This medium-sized breed with a fluffy hair sheds less than other dogs, but it needs regular care to avoid matting.

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