10 Best Dog Breeds for Kids

Beagle The beagle is a happy, loving dog. It has a friendly, affectionate nature as well as a love for children. This breed loves to be part of a pack and will often tag along with its family members. This beagle enjoys all outdoor activities and adventures. The beagle is also a fan of food and its nose rules. Although it may be tempting to lick up the scraps left by your children, avoid toxic or hazardous foods that your beagle might eat. 

Boxer The boxer, also known as the "clown", is a dog breed that is family-oriented and has a funny and sometimes mischievous nature. The boxer dog is affectionate and sweet. They love to play with their family. This dog breed is cautious around strangers and will be cautious until they become familiar with you. To prevent boredom and destructive behavior such as digging, chewing and digging, the boxer dog requires a lot of stimulation and exercise. 

Bulldog The boxer, also known as the "clown", is a dog breed that is family-oriented and has a funny, mischievous nature. The boxer dog is affectionate and sweet. They love to play with their family. This dog breed is cautious around strangers and will be cautious until they become familiar with you. To prevent boredom and destructive behavior such as digging, chewing and digging, the boxer dog requires a lot of stimulation and exercise. 

Bull Terrier Look at that face. You can see the bull terrier's cuteness with its twinkle eyes and football-shaped head. The bull terrier is a protector and loves to be with its family. The bull terrier, which is medium to large in size, weighs between 45 and 80 pounds and can withstand roughhousing. It has plenty of energy and is great for kids. To discourage territorial behavior over food, toys, or people, early socialization is recommended. 

German Shepherd German shepherd dogs are highly respected as loyal guardians of their family members. This dog breed is extremely intelligent and can be trained to do many things, including riding with your children on bicycles, corralling them in the yard, or sleeping next to your children at night. The German shepherd dog is a playful, gentle, and affectionate breed. However, it excels at being a watchdog and takes his job seriously. 

 Golden Retriever A golden retriever is described by two words: gentle and sweet. The golden retriever is a beloved breed that's playful, affectionate and friendly with children. They are intelligent, social, and responsive to training. The golden retriever is also adaptable and will happily tag along on family adventures and outings. 

Labrador Labradors love to have fun, especially with children. This dog breed is loved by children and is intelligent, playful, social, and affectionate. The Labrador retriever has been America's No. 1 dog for 25 years. Labrador retrievers can be gentle and patient. They are also not too big, with an average weight of 55-80 pounds. Labrador retrievers love to join families on adventures and are always up for a challenge. 

Mastiff The mastiff is a wonderful companion for your children. Mastiffs are gentle, affectionate, protective, and highly observant. Mastiffs are naturally able to sense danger and respond accordingly. Mastiffs love to spend time with their family and take care of those close to them. Mastiffs are eager to play with children. 

 Newfoundland The Gentle Giant is the name given to the Newfoundland because of its easygoing personality, love for children and height at maturity, which makes it ideal for bedtime snuggles or tuck-ins. 

Poodle Standard Our company considers the poodle to be one of our smartest dogs. The poodle is also known for being a goofy dog, making them a great pet. The poodle's low-shed fur may be helpful for children with allergies and dander sensitivities.