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Great family dogs: these breeds fit children

Great family dogs: these breeds fit children

Great family dogs: these breeds fit children

If you have children and plenty of space, large family dogs are just the thing. These breeds with format are suitable for the special kind of dog keeping – tips and tricks for child-loving four-legged friends can be found here.

Golden Retrievers are popular and great large family dogs. This friendly and child-loving breed has long proven to be a swell companion for the little ones. It is easy to train, adaptable and patient. Similarly, its relative, the Labrador: it needs plenty of exercise and activity. A turbulent household with children is therefore an ideal place for the big dog.

Border Collies and other large family dogs

Belgian Shepherds are also great family dogs that get along great with children and are very active. In addition, representatives of this breed are very good guard dogs that want to protect your family in any situation.

Also a classic herding dog and also very suitable as a family pet is the Border Collie. The big four-legged dog is very smart and is happy about every occupation and concrete task. Playing with children is a lot of fun for him – guarding the yard and dog sports challenge him additionally.

Bernese Mountain Dog and other big dogs for children

The Bernese Mountain Dog also enjoys lots of company and activity. The large Swiss are not so easy to bring out of the calm and are therefore great for dealing with children. They are considered balanced and calm, but enjoy exercise and regular play. A consistent education of these animals is of course very important despite their gentle character.

Saint Bernards and Newfoundlands are also gentle giants that usually get along well with children. If you want to go even higher, you can get a Great Dane as a family dog. These large dogs are considered patient, friendly and good-natured, people-oriented and loyal.

Large family dogs and children: general tips

The big dogs are especially physically superior to smaller children – when playing, romping and cuddling, the huge four-legged friends can easily knock children over. Therefore, always keep an eye on your pets so that no one is accidentally harmed. Although dog breeds suitable for families are usually easier to train than, for example, working dogs bred for hunting, they must first learn important rules when dealing with human children.

Inform yourself carefully before the acquisition about the nature of your desired dog, special features in the education and employment, so that they experience afterwards no bad surprises. It does not always have to be large breed dogs that are suitable for families. Inquire also in the shelter whether this has child-friendly quadrupeds there. For your children it is certainly also an exciting experience to choose the new roommate together in the shelter.

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