This friendly, long-eared retriever was actually bred in South Carolina, in the U.S., to help with hunting and birding duties. They’re a terrific and loving family pet, but they also make a terrific working dog and are incredibly agile and intelligent.
Boykin Spaniels do best with active owners and those who will ensure they get plenty of excitement and exercise.
Cocker Spaniels are loving companion dogs that are very intelligent and easy to train. Known for their soft, long mane, they can also require a lot of work when it comes to keeping them properly groomed!
They love to be with their humans, and they’re happy whether they’re sitting on your lap for some TV time or walking by your side through the neighborhood.
American Labradors and English Labradors are both Labs and Retrievers, although there are some distinct differences that have established them as different types of dogs. The American version of this friendly and loyal breed tends to have a slimmer and finer coat and a slightly higher level of energy.
They make excellent companions, but, like most medium-large breeds, they require plenty of exercise!
The English Labrador was bred as a show dog but is now commonly used as companions and/or service dogs. In fact, they are widely regarded as being the “ultimate family dog,”
Thanks to their kind hearts, they have the ability to get along with everyone, even the other pets!
Bavarian Mountain Scent Hound
Bavarian Mountain Scent Hounds are calm and collected pets that are loyal to their loving owners, but more reserved around humans they don’t know. They are very balanced in that they’re not too shy or overly aggressive.
Hailing from Germany, they’re mostly known for their killer tracking abilities, thanks to their “cold nose” skills. They do best with owners who will keep them by their side, and not kennel them.