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Dog Breeds for Busy Families

We know your family keeps busy so we have sorted a list of dogs for busy families that will prove to be your perfect companion. Most of them are medium sized dog breeds but we are sure you will love these.

1.Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever

This sporting breed of dogs has a gentle, sweet, and people-pleasing personality. This breed does not have strong guarding instincts, so do not expect him to protect your house from the burglars.

Golden retriever loves everyone, especially kids, and get along well with the strangers and other pets. They were developed to be a working dog that means a high level of activity is a must for these dogs.

2.Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Popularly known as the “yard-long dog” in his native Wales, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi is good-natured and active dog breed. They make excellent watchdogs.  If they are not properly trained, they can become nuisance barkers.

Tireless and athletic, Cardigan Welsh Corgi excels in dog sports, especially herding, agility, flyball, rally, obedience, and tracking. They also enjoy going for hikes and long walks.

3.Boston Terrier

Boston Terrier

Boston Terrier dogs are portable, friendly, and enthusiastic in everything they do. They get along well with other pets, kids, and pretty much everyone they meet. All in all, they are implausible little companion dogs.

Instead of pugnacious appearance, the Boston terrier dogs are lovers, not fighters. They are happy to do just about anything as long as they are with their human family.



Nicknamed the 40-mph-couch potato, Greyhound breed of dogs is gentle, quiet, and affectionate that can fit into almost any home type. These dogs love a cushy sofa and are satisfied with 20 minutes of walk.

The smooth coat of Greyhound comes in a near-infinite array of colours and patterns. They do shed, but their grooming needs are quite minimal.

5.Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

The Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are happy, affectionate, and a little bit stubborn dogs. They twirl and jump when they are happy. Their soft coat is lovely to touch but needs a lot of grooming to stay that way.

These dogs aren’t just softer to touch than other terriers; they are a little softer in personality, too. The adorable Wheaten Terrier with long, silky coats in a warm shade of light brown will definitely mesmerize you.

6.Toy Fox Terrier

Toy Fox Terrier

 An American-bred toy dog, Toy Fox Terrier was created to keep farms free of rodents such as rats and other small vermin. They are playful and fearless, but they also have a terrier temperament, which is not always easy to live with.

Like other terriers, they have an endless desire to be barking, digging, and investigating. They frequently become a nuisance barker, and can be aggressive towards other pets, no matter what their size

7.Clumber Spaniel

Clumber Spaniel

The Clumber Spaniels are medium to large-sized spaniels, and are sweet and gentle with a deceptively laid-back look and a wicked sense of humour. Instead of sporting breed roots, they don’t require a lot of exercise.

With big head and soulful eyes, it is only fitting to assume that they must be a cross between a Bloodhound and Saint Bernard. But they are actually a true spaniel, who happily beats their way through thick cover to flush birds for their hunter.

8.French Bulldog

French Bulldog

 The motto of French Bulldogs is “Love the one you are with.” They are small, with distinctive “bat ears,” and comes in a variety of colours. They are adaptable to any home environment.

The characteristics like sweet-on-the-inside demeanour, tough-on-the-outside, unmistakable bat-shaped ears and distinctive bow-legged gait distinguish the French bulldog from other bulldogs.
 9 .Pug


Square body, Round head, and curly tail is the appearance of Pugs. Wherever they go, their wrinkly face and fun-loving personality entice people. They are good with other pets and children.

Nothing makes the Pug happier than being part of the family. They are not jogging buddy, but they love an outing to the office or park.

10 .Basset Hound


The Basset Hounds are good-natured hounds with a pleading gaze which comes in handy when they want a treat or know they have broken rules. They have reputation for being lazy and slow, but these hunting dogs enjoy long walks.

The mournful eyes and long ears of Basset Hounds always entice the people. They love kids and are wonderful playmate for them, though they are always best to supervise kids and dogs.


Swati takes pride of being a dog lover. Her current passions include blogging, writing and collecting dog pictures of various breeds. She is an active member of stray dog care society.

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