1. English Springer Spaniel
The English Springer Spaniel was originally bred to flush, or spring, game in the field. They are smart and fast, weighing an average of 50 lbs.
Their lifespan is generally 9-15 years. This breed is rarely affected by genetic disease. If they do have health problems, it is often eye related.
The Shiba Inu is one of Japan’s six original breeds, known for his distinct personality and cat-like agility. They do shed but their fur is short and fine.
They adapt very well to apartment living and weigh an average of 20 lbs. Their lifespan is 12-16 years.
Poodles are intelligent, non-shedding dogs that make excellent companions. They are athletic, hardy dogs who make exceptional swimmers.
Poodles come in several sizes: Standard, Miniature, and Toy. They have little health issues but are prone to tooth decay.
It is important to keep their chompers nice and clean! Their lifespan is 12-15 years.
The Greyhound is becoming more and more popular as a companion animal. They are smart, loyal and extremely well behaved.
Greyhounds, although bred for racing, do best in a home where they can exercise and lounge about. They have little body fat so they need a warm coat in the winter. Their lifespan is 12-15 years.
5. Border Collies
Known for their cleverness and trainability, the Border Collie is a robust breed. They make excellent pets, especially for families with children.
If you want a dog that loves to play fetch, go on hikes and learn to master the agility course, this is the dog for you! Their lifespan is 12-16 years.