10 Major Dog Breeds, 5 things to Keep in Mind While Choosing Dog Breed As Pet For Your Home

There are hundreds of dog breeds that are existed and are internationally accepted. The FCI( Federation Cynologique Internationale)recognizes 339 breeds of dogs which are divided into 10 major groups based on the dog's purpose and function or on its  physical appearance or size.

10 major dog breed
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1. French Mastiff
2.Anatolian Shepard Dog
3.Irish Wolfhound
4.Golden Retriever
5.Bull Dog
6.German shepherd
7.Labrador Retriever
English mastiff
9.Golden Retriever
10.boxer

When choosing your dog, take a look at the bigger picture. Try to resist the temptation to go for the cutest, cuddliest, adorable dog you can find. Consider your lifestyle, your home, your family and try to find a dog breed that fits best with your life. After all, your new dog will be sharing your life with you for many years to come so making sure that you are both happy is an important thing to consider

while deciding about to get a dog, choosing the right dog breed for you and your family is essential. With so many different dog breeds available, this can become a very tough task. Luckily, there are some points to keep in mind that will make thing easy.


1.  How much space do you  have at home
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First and foremost thing you should be considering  is, How much space do you have to keep your pet, If you live in an apartment then there is little space for a large dog that takes up a lot of room and may also need a lot of exercising and playing  area. For  limited space, consider the Toy group of dogs such as the Terrier Group or Miniature Pinscher.




2. How much keeping cast do u afford
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Cast of keeping dog or any pet is worth to keep in consideration,  Also the cost of keeping your dog should be evaluated. Very large dogs may eat significant amounts of food whereas smaller dogs will eat very little in comparison. Try doing a rough calculation of cost for several different dog breeds over a twelve month period. Take into consideration food and regular visits to the vet for inoculation, worming etc. You will see that larger dogs are very often much more expensive to keep.


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3. Which dog breed  best suit your children
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If you have children, you may want to consider what dog breed would suit them. Children can be quite heavy handed with pets sometimes; getting a Chihuahua for example may not be such a good idea as they are delicate animals. Similarly, having a Great Dane or Saint Bernard marauding around the house could be dangerous for a child. The age and number of children you have should definitely be considered as this will affect what type of dog would best suit your circumstances.




4. How much exercise you can offer
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Another major point to consider is how much exercise you can offer to your dog. If you have a reasonable sized yard, fencing it off will provide a good space for your dog to exercise itself. If you live in an apartment, consider getting a dog that requires very little exercise. An excitable Border collie would be a poor choice for an apartment life. Also, how much exercise can you put up with, There is no point getting a dog that requires lots of exercise such as a Hunting or Sporting dog breed if you cannot keep up the exercise regime. Try and get a dog that suits your lifestyle.

5. How much grooming time you can give to your dog
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Grooming you dog is something to think about. If you do not have a lot of spare time in your life try to avoid dog breeds like the Standard Poodle which will need very regular grooming sessions. The short haired Terriers or Whippets make a good choice for somebody who has little time to sit and groom for hours at a time. Conversely if you have a lot of free time, regular grooming sessions with your dog will provide you both with a lot of quality time that you will both enjoy.



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