This lively dog tends to be quite playful and curious. Although its barking can become a problem, its fun, agreeable, and alert character makes it a great companion in the home. This is one breed that enjoys being involved in activities, particularly with children, and also behaves well around other animals. The Miniature Schnauzer can be bossy towards other dogs, however, and will need proper socialization early on. Although it is very intelligent, it can get stubborn at times.
The highly intelligent Pug gets easily uninterested with routine exercise and training. It carries a laid-back attitude, though requires a good amount of attention from its handler, otherwise it gets jealous. It is a good watchdog and loyal companion. Pugs tend to be quite clean and affectionate, though have the habits of wheezing and snoring. Nevertheless, they are quite lovable and well behaved around children and strangers, other dogs and pets.
Corgis are smart, brave, calm, and form a close bond with its family. This breed has been known to be somewhat reckless with other dogs. Early socialization is necessary in order for it to get along with cats and other household pets. The Welsh Corgi likes to be outdoors. They get enough exercise running about in your yard. It should be taken for long and varied walks and enjoys sporting activities such as playing catch with a Frisbee. They also get a lot of exercise playing about the house, especially if they have another dog or cat for a companion.
The Cocker Spaniel is an affectionate, lively, and faithful dog to its family. It is a great dog around children and other family members if they have been socialized well as puppies; otherwise, it can be too shy and retiring. They are very easy to train and will get along with other pets and animals.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an affectionate and expressive dog that is perfect for the family. They live to please people and are extremely outgoing in the process. They are well-behaved and they get along with other dogs and pets in the household. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel needs to be around people the whole day; it does not adapt well to being left alone