02 Aug Top 10 Dog Breeds in Austin
Top 10 Dog Breeds in Austin
Here is a list of top dogs in Austin. Mixed breeds are the most common dog you will find. We've done a little research and these is the list we came up with. This list is not a list of how easy it is to train them. Just a list of pooches that are on the top.
1. Mixed breed
Dogs are probably one of the most distinct-looking species you can find, and a mixed-breed dog is probably one of the interesting breeds to own. Why? Because they carry a unique charm than pure breeds. Plus, the mixed-breed is also said to be healthier than pure breeds because they are not susceptible to genetic diseases.
2. Labrador Retriever
The Labrador Retriever is one of the super versatile dogs in the world. They are very friendly and gentle and loves kids so much. Aside from that they also have a loving and affectionate personality and a self-assured mood.
3. Yorkshire Terrier
This breed of dog likes to follow you from one place to another. They love taking up attention and care but doesn’t like strangers and outsiders that much which makes them woof at them continuously. They are a perfect companion to elderly individuals because they’re not big and bulky to take for a walk in the park.
4. Shih Tzu
Shit Tzus are considered toy dog breeds. They are perfect lap dog companion to have in your family. They are adorable, cuddly, cheerful, broad-eyed and very warm to their owners.
5. Golden Retriever
The Golden Retriever is the perfect family companion that is submissive, good-humored, well-mannered, excellent with children and sociable with strangers. They are very easy to train but are extremely sensitive beings. Being trainable made these canines the best option for service and therapy dogs, and currently, the favorite pick for police works as sniffers.
This breed of dog has become a favorite among toy dog lovers. Chihuahua originated from Mexico and is best known for being the smallest dog breed in the world. Extremely loyal to its owner and very reserved towards strangers. However, they are very friendly with pets and other household dogs.
7. Shiba Inu
The Shiba Inu dog breed originated from Japan. He is known for his dynamic personality, small standing ears, and cat-like quickness. These days, they become popular companion dog in the United States.
8. English Bulldog
This breed originated in England and originally used for a sport called bull-baiting. Bulldogs are strong yet tender, loving and faithful to their owners. They like belly rubbing and likes an afternoon nap at the sofa than walking in the park.
9. Miniature Schnauzer
You can distinguish a Miniature Schnauzer for its small beard. They originally bred in Germany in the 19th century. They are known for being less energetic than the typical terrier; Miniature Schnauzers are lovable members of many families today. Although some Miniatures tend to bark a lot, yet they enjoy the company of children.
If you are an adventurous type and loves playing around, Boxer dogs are a perfect fit for you. This breed that has a loud woof are typically lively and loves to hop and jump. Plus the big and dominant feature of this dog breed makes them a perfect watchdog.