Best Dog Breeds for Kids & Best Family Dogs

1. Labrador Retriever The Labrador Retriever has been the most loved dog in the United States. This breed is gentle, patient, and easy to train. This breed can do everything, including hunting, showing and dock diving. It also has the ability to track and obey. 

2. Bulldog The distinctive and wrinkled Bulldog is a great companion for children. These loyal dogs are able to adapt to any atomosphere, city or country. They love to spend time with their families. 

3. Golden Retriever Golden Retrievers were originally created to meet the needs of a medium-sized dog who could be used in both wild-fowling and upland game. The breed's intelligence, versatility, and friendly personality make it a popular choice in all aspects of competition. 

4. Beagle It is not clear where the Beagle came from. There is no documentation that can be found on its origins. The Beagle is a great family dog because of its small size, intelligence, and easy-care-for coat. 

5. Pug The Pug can be described as "multum, in parvo", which is a description of a large dog that is very friendly to children. His greatest reason to live is to be close to his family and to please them. He can be at home in any size apartment or country house, and is adaptable to all circumstances. 

6. Irish Setter The Irish Setter was first popularized in 18th-century media like Big Red. Because the Irish Setter is a friendly, outgoing dog that can be trained and trained, it is great for active families. 

7. Brussels Griffon The Brussels Griffon can be a loving, active and intelligent companion. He thrives on interaction and stimulation. He is small and can be a good apartment occupant if you allow him to burn some energy. 

8. Newfoundland The Newfoundland must possess the intelligence, loyalty, and sweetness that are his most well-known characteristics. He should be able to assist his master in his tasks, but also be able to take responsibility for his actions when rescue work requires. These traits make Newfoundlands great family dogs. 

9. French Bulldog French Bulldogs have become a popular breed among city dwellers. This easygoing, adaptable breed is great to new families and can be trained well. 

10. Collie Collies have a reputation for their herding abilities. They are loyal, affectionate and responsive, as well as strong, loyal and loving. Collie's are best suited to active families as they love to move and are energetic.