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Top 10 Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

Some breeds are innately more athletic than other breeds. Some breeds, on the other hands, have a higher potential to gain weight and develop weight related illnesses. Breeds who often become overweight are especially important to exercise regularly to keep them fit and healthy. Non-athletic breeds tend to need high levels of exercise and mental stimulation on a regular basis to develop a decent exercise routine. Non-athletic breeds may require more patient and encouragement than other breeds during exercise sessions. A great way to exercise your dog is to play with it.

When playing with your dog it is important to focus on what aspects of play that your dog enjoys the most and to always remain patient, playful, positive and relaxed during any play session to make the session as enjoyable for both yourself and your dog. Owning an athletic breed is a great way to stay in shape and to improve your own physical fitness. Other great ways to exercise your dog are: taking it for a walk, taking it swimming, taking it to an enclosed park to let it run and explore freely and to let it play in your garden.

01. The Basset Hound

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Basset Hound is a short-legged breed of hound dog. The name “Basset” is derived from the French word “bas” which translates to “low” which is an obvious reference to the breeds low body. The Basset Hounds short legs are due to a form of dwarfism. However, their short stature can be deceiving! Due to the length of their body, the Basset Hound is able to reach table tops that a dog of a similar size could never reach.

The breed was developed to have an incredible sense of smell and therefore falls under the scent hound family of dog. The Basset Hound was originally developed to hunt hare and other small animals. It is believed that the Basset Hounds sense of smell, for tracking purposes, is second only to the Bloodhound. The breed normally has a bicolored or tricolored coat of standard hound colorations (black, white, tan and off-lemon yellow). The breed has a medium-short coat that has a hard but smooth texture. Despite the short length of their coat, the breed is known to shed frequently. The Basset Hound is known to be a highly intelligent, friendly and outgoing breed. They are also known to be gentle which makes them a perfect breed for any household with small children or other animals.

  • Life span: 9 – 11 years old (up to 12)

Height and Weight

A fully grown Basset Hound will normally stand between 10 to 14 inches (25.5 to 35.5 cm) tall at the shoulder. A healthy adult Basset Hound will normally weigh between 50 to 65 pounds (22.5 to 29.5 kg). It is important to note that the weight of a healthy Basset Hound depends on how large the Basset Hound is – taller Basset Hounds should weigh more.

General Health

Due to poor breeding practices, and inbreeding, the Basset Hound is prone to certain genetic disease. This does not mean that all Basset Hounds will develop hereditary disease, but they are more likely too. If you are purchasing a puppy it is important to make sure that neither of the puppy’s parents have any serious health issues.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 6/10
  • Friendliness: 10/10
  • Health: 2/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 10/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 8/10
  • Trainability: 8/10
  • Intelligence: 8/10
  • Exercise Needed: 3/10
  • Playfulness: 4/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

02. The Dachshund

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Dachshund (colloquially known as “The Sausage Dog”) is a breed of short-legged and long-bodied hound dog. The standard size Dachshund was bred to flush out badgers, and other burrow dwelling animals. In fact, the word “Dachs” in German, means “Badger”.

The miniature Dachshund was bred to hunt smaller animals such as rabbits and prairie dogs. Standard sized Dachshunds weigh between 16 and 32 pounds (7 to 14 kg) when fully grown. Miniature Dachshunds weigh 11 pounds (5 kg) and under. If a Dachshund weighs between 11 and 16 pounds (5 to 7 kg), it is referred to as a Tweenie. The breed has three different types of coat: shorthaired, wirehaired and longhaired. Due to their small size, interesting appearance and lively disposition, the Dachshund has become one of the most popular household dog breeds.

  • Life span: 12 – 14 years old (up to 15)

Appearance

A typical Dachshund has a long muscular body and short, stubby legs. The front two paws are normally wide and paddle-shaped to assist with digging. The Dachshund has a deep chest that provides it with increased lung capacity which allows the breed to have increased stamina while hunting prey underground. They have an increased nose area on their snout to allows them to greatly absorb odors, which again assists the breed in hunting underground. Dachshund coats have a wide variety of colors: chocolate, tan, black, cream and red – to name but a few.

Popularity

The Dachshund is a very popular apartment dog due to its small size. They are ranked among the top ten most popular dog breeds in 76 of 190 major US cities! Due to their popularity it will be very easy for you to join an organized local Dachshund club. This will allow you to meet other owners and introduce your dog to other dogs within its breed.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 6/10
  • Friendliness: 6/10
  • Health: 6/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 7/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 6/10
  • Trainability: 8/10
  • Intelligence: 8/10
  • Exercise Needed: 6/10
  • Playfulness: 8/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

03. The Bull Terrier

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Bull Terrier is a breed that is a part of the “Terrier” family of dogs. The breed was first registered to the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1885 and is thought to have originated in around 1850. The Bull Terrier is thought to be a cross with the Bulldog and a now-extinct white breed of English Terrier. The breed was later cross with the Spanish Pointer to increase its size. There is a smaller version of the Bull Terrier known as the “Miniature Bull Terrier”. The Bull Terrier has a distinctly “egg-shaped” head and a black nose that has well developed nostrils. The Bull terrier is the only breed of dog that has triangular shaped eyes. The breed has a strong muscular body with a horizontally carrier tail. The Bull Terrier has a short coat that comes in the following colorations: white, black, brindle, red, fawn, or a combination of these colors.

  • Life span: 10 – 12 years old (up to 14)

Size and Weight

An adult Bull Terrier will normally be between 20 and 22 inches (51 to 55 cm) tall at the shoulder. Males tend to weigh more than females and will normally weigh between 40 and 75 pounds (18 to 34 kg). Female Bull Terriers will normally weigh between 35 and 65 pounds (16 to 29.5 kg).

Temperament

Bull Terriers are known to be both independent and stubborn and due to this are not recommended for novice dog owners. However, despite being stubborn they are still very affectionate and loyal pets. The Bull Terrier is a good choice for families with older children but are not a good choice for families with babies or toddlers due to their rough and rambunctiously playful nature.

Banned

The Bull Terrier is a restricted, or banned, breed in some states, provinces and cities. It is highly important to research your local areas ruling on the Bull Terrier before purchasing one. If you are caught with a restricted, or banned, breed you are likely to receive and fine and the dog will most likely be put down!!

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 6/10
  • Friendliness: 10/10
  • Health: 6/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 10/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 6/10
  • Trainability: 8/10
  • Intelligence: 10/10
  • Exercise Needed: 10/10
  • Playfulness: 10/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

04. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Cardigan Welsh Corgi, commonly known as simply the “Cardigan” or “Cardi”, is one of the oldest herding breeds that originated from Whales, in the United Kingdom. The breed is believed to be well over 3,000 years old! The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is believed to be descended from the Teckel family of dogs, which also produced the Dachshund breed. The breed is one of two separate breeds that are known as “Welsh Corgis”, the other breed is the “Pembroke Welsh Corgi”.

Originally the Cardigan Welsh Corgi was used as a farm guardian but eventually developed the traits of a cattle drovers and herders. In modern times the Cardigan Welsh Corgi is mainly kept as a domesticated companion dog but is also still employed on farms primarily in herding based activities. As previously mentioned the Cardigan Welsh Corgi shares a similar origin to the Dachshund – the Cardigan Welsh Corgi is similarly a long and low bodies breed of dog with a long thin tail.

The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is often double coated and can come in the following standardized colorations: red, sable, black, tan, brindle and blue merle. The breed will normally have characteristic white feet and a white chest. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi has proven to be an excellent household pet due to its loving nature, intelligence, affectionate nature and relatively sturdiness for a small breed of dog.

  • Life span: 10 – 12 years old (up to 15)

Height and Weight

A fully grown Cardigan Welsh Corgi will normally stand between 10 to 12 inches (25.4 to 30.5 cm) tall at the shoulder. A healthy adult Cardigan Welsh Corgi will normally weigh between 25 to 38 pounds (11.3 to 17.25 kg). It is important to note that the weight of a healthy Cardigan Welsh Corgi depends on how large the Cardigan Welsh Corgi is – taller Cardigan Welsh Corgi should weigh more.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 8/10
  • Friendliness: 8/10
  • Health: 8/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 6/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 7/10
  • Trainability: 6/10
  • Intelligence: 10/10
  • Exercise Needed: 5/10
  • Playfulness: 8/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

05. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a breed of cattle herding dog that originates from the Pembrokeshire region of Wales. The breed is one of two breed known as ‘Welsh Corgi.’ The other breed is the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, and both breeds descend from northern Spitz-type dogs (such as the Siberian Husky). The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has been traced back as far as 1100 A.D! It is believed that Vikings and Flemish weavers brought the dogs with them as they traveled to reside in the Pembrokeshire region. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is also one of the oldest herding breeds as it has been recorded that the Pembroke Welsh Corgi has been used to herd sheep, geese, ducks, horses and cattle as far back as the 10th century. Both the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi were officially recognized by the Kennel Club in 1928, but were grouped together as the ‘Welsh Corgi. The two breeds were not recognized as separate and unique until 1934. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi ranks as the 20th most popular breed based upon registrations to the American Kennel Club. However, in the United Kingdom, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is actually considered to be a vulnerable breed and it is believed this is due to a lack of dedicated breeders in the United Kingdom.

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has erect ears, a triangular head and a relatively long and low slung body. Some Pembroke Welsh Corgi are born without a tail but it is important to ask that your Pembroke Welsh Corgis lack of tail is a birth defect rather than due to docking, as the act of docking (removing a dog’s tail) is illegal in most countries! The temperament of dogs is normally affected by the following factors: individual personality, heredity, training and socialization. It is therefore important to make sure that you meet the puppy’s mother before purchasing a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. It is also important to make sure to thoroughly socialize your Pembroke Welsh Corgi with strangers, children and other animals during its puppyhood.

Generally speaking, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is known to be a highly affectionate breed that loves spending time with its family unit. They are actually known to follow their owners wherever they go. The breed seems to have an innate desire to please their owners and a relatively high level of intelligence, which makes the Pembroke Welsh Corgi a very easy dog to train. Most Pembroke Welsh Corgi will behave very well around small children, strangers and other animals however it is still highly important to properly socialize your Pembroke Welsh Corgi during its puppyhood to minimize the chance of any negative social behaviors. It is important to note that as a working breed, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi has a high amount of energy which needs to be expended. If the Pembroke Welsh Corgi has a buildup of energy, it is likely to develop destructive behaviors due to boredom or hyperactivity.

  • Life span: 12 – 10 years old (up to 14)

Height and Weight

A fully grown Pembroke Welsh Corgi will normally stand between 10 to 12 inches (25.4 to 30.5 cm) tall at the shoulder. A healthy adult Pembroke Welsh Corgi will normally weigh between 15 to 30 pounds (6.8 to 13.6 kg). It is important to note that the weight of a healthy Pembroke Welsh Corgi depends on how large the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is – taller Pembroke Welsh Corgi should weigh more.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 8/10
  • Friendliness: 8/10
  • Health: 6/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 9/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 10/10
  • Trainability: 7/10
  • Intelligence: 10/10
  • Exercise Needed: 8/10
  • Playfulness: 8/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

06. The Cesky Terrier

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Cesky Terrier is a small breed of terrier type dog that originates from Czechoslovakia. The breed is also commonly referred to as the ‘Bohemian Terrier* as this is a literal translation of its Czech name. The breed was developed during the late 1940’s by cross breeding the Sealyham Terrier and the Scottish Terrier. The aim of the breeds development was to produce a breed capable of easily hunting in the forests of Bohemia. Despite the breed becoming somewhat popular in the early 50s, the Cesky Terrier is now one of the six rarest breeds of dogs worldwide! The Cesky Terrier was imported to the United States of America in the 1980s by a small group of enthusiasts. These enthusiasts later formed the Cesky Terrier Club and the breed is now recognized by all the major English speaking kennel clubs and is eligible to compete KC competitions around the world. The Cesky Terrier has a small well-muscled body with short legs – the breed is actually longer than it is tall! Due to its rarity little is known about the breeds temperament but the breed standard in America calls for a calm, non-aggressive, quiet and less active dog.

  • Life span: 10 – 13 years old (up to 15)

Height and Weight

A fully grown Cesky Terrier will normally stand between 10 to 13 inches (25.5 to 33 cm) tall at the shoulder. A healthy adult Cesky Terrier will normally weigh between 13 to 30 pounds (6 to 1.3.5 kg). It is important to note that the weight of a healthy Cesky Terrier depends on how large the Cesky Terrier is – taller Cesky Terrier should weigh more.

Coat

The Cesky Terrier has a long soft coat. The breed is not stripped (dead hair pulled out with fingers or a specialized knife) like other terriers, but rather is clippered or groomed with scissors. Most owners trim the top half of their Cesky Terriers coat to a short length and leave the underside long. Interestingly all Cesky Terrier puppies have black coats that slowly lighten into a blue-grey coloration as they age.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 6/10
  • Friendliness: 7/10
  • Health: 6/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 8/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 1/10
  • Trainability: 6/10
  • Intelligence: 5/10
  • Exercise Needed: 4/10
  • Playfulness: 10/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

07. The Finnish Lapphund

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Finnish Lapphund is a medium-sized breed of dog that is a member of the Spitz typing. The breed is also commonly known as the “Lapinkoira Suomenlapinkoira” in its native country of Finland. Despite being an incredibly popular breed within Finland and other Nordic countries, the Finnish Lapphund is relatively rare in the other countries of the world. The Finnish Lapphund lineage is that of a female wolf-male dog hybridization that occurred post-domestication around 3000 years ago. The breed was originally developed to be a reindeer herder for the Sami people. The Sami are an indigenous people who reside in areas that are now classified as Finland, Sweden, Norway and Russia. The Sami have used dogs to herd reindeer for centuries and have always prioritized breeds with long bodies of a rectangular shape, long haired coats and long straight tail that has the ability to curl over the dog’s back.

The Finnish Lapphund is the most similar modern breed to that of the long haired reindeer herders developed by the Sami people. The Finnish Lapphund is a compactly built muscular breed with large, pricked and highly mobile ears. The breed also has a profuse double coat with a short, fluffy undercoat and a longer top coat. The breed’s double coat allows them to be virtually waterproof and have a high insistence to extreme cold. The breed also has a large amount of hair around its neck which gives the impression of a lion’s mane.

Due to their history and background in herding, the Finnish Lapphund is a highly energetic breed that excels in dog agility trials, mushing, carting and herding events at dog shows. The Finnish Lapphund is also incredibly intelligent and obedient which makes training the breed relatively easy. The breed is also known to be incredibly friendly, good natured, gentle, alert and loyal. However, they do have a tendency to bark at strangers, unknown dogs and unfamiliar things. The Finnish Lapphund is a perfect choice for families with children as they are incredibly adaptable and responsive.

  • Life span: 12 – 13 years old (up to 15)

Height and Weight

A fully grown Finnish Lapphund will normally stand between 17 to 20 inches (43 to 50.8 cm) tall at the shoulder. A healthy adult Finnish Lapphund will normally weigh between 33 to 53 pounds (15 to 24 kg). It is important to note that the weight of a healthy Finnish Lapphund depends on how large the Finnish Lapphund is – taller Finnish Lapphund should weigh more.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 6/10
  • Friendliness: 8/10
  • Health: 6/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 3/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 1/10
  • Trainability: 6/10
  • Intelligence: 8/10
  • Exercise Needed: 8/10
  • Playfulness: 8/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

08. The Pug

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Pug is a small sized breed of companion dog that originates from China, dating back as far as 200 B.C! The breed was originally used by the Emperors of China as guard dogs. The Pug has a short muzzle, wrinkly face and a curly tail that normally curls over the dog’s hip. They have square-shaped small compact bodies with a short, fine and glossy coat. The Pugs coat normally comes in the following color variations: fawn, black and apricot. Most Pug’s will have a blackish muzzle which has become a trademark of the breed. The breed has two potential ear shapes: “Button” and “Rose”. “Button” ears are considered the standard and tend to be slightly larger and flatter. ‘Rose’ ears are characterized by their smaller size and slightly folded appearance.

  • Life span: 12 – 14 years old (up to 15)

Height and Weight

An adult Pug will commonly be between 10 and 12 inches (25 to 30 cm) tall at the shoulder. However, it is not uncommon for males to grow to be as tall as 14 inches (35 cm) tall at the shoulder. Pug should weigh between 14 and 18 pounds (6.25 to 8 kg) depending on their height.

Company

Pugs have been bred to be companion dogs. For this reason, they are extremely loyal but also extremely needy. It is very common for your Pug to follow you around your house at all times, sit in your lap whenever they are given the chance and to also want to sleep in your bed.

Obesity

Pugs are prone to be greedy and will over eat if they are given the chance. Due to the fact that they gain weight quickly, it is recommended to never feed your Pug from the table to avoid it gaining too much weight. It is important to also monitor your dog’s food intake as closely as possible. Obesity in dogs, like in humans, can lead to a wide range of health issues spanning from arthritis to heart disease.

Eye Prolapse

Eye prolapse is a common problem for Pugs. A Pugs eyes may prolapse if they suffer any trauma to their neck or head. These traumas can occur easily – from an overly tight leash or harness, from a bump or fall or from being squeezed. A prolapse eye can normally be fixed by a swift trip to the vets. If your Pug has regular eye prolapses it may require eye surgery.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 6/10
  • Friendliness: 8/10
  • Health: 2/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 10/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 10/10
  • Trainability: 4/10
  • Intelligence: 4/10
  • Exercise Needed: 6/10
  • Playfulness: 10/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

09. The Keeshond

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Keeshond is a medium sized breed of dog that originates from Germany. The breed is commonly also known as the “Dutch Barge Dog” and the “Smiling Dutchman”. The breed is known for its unique plush two-layered coat, curled tail and its silver and black fur with a ruff around its neck. The breed is closely related to other breeds within the Spitz typing such as the Mittelsplitz, Kleinspitz and Pomeranian. The breed was originally called the “German Spitz,” but the breed’s name was changed in 1926 to the Keeshond. The first breed standard for the Keeshond was posted at a dog show in Berlin in 1880.

The breed is sturdily built with a wedge-shaped head, a medium-sized muzzle, a tightly curled tail and a pair of small pointed ears. The Keeshond s ruff is a good way to guess the dog’s gender: males tend to have a much thicker and more pronounced ruff than females. The temperament of dogs is normally affected by the following factors: individual personality, heredity, training and socialization. It is therefore important to make sure that you meet the puppy’s mother before purchasing a Keeshond. It is also important to make sure to thoroughly socialize your Keeshond with strangers, children and other animals during its puppyhood. Generally speaking, the Keeshond is known to be an extremely playful breed with a love of physical exercise and athletics.

The breed as a whole seems very eager to please humans, which actually leads to the Keeshond being a highly trainable breed. Their intelligence and trainability has led to the Keeshond being used as a guide dog. The Keeshond makes an excellent family dog as they love human contact and get along very well with children and other household pets. The breed is also known to be incredibly empathetic as was actually the first choice for “comfort dogs” to help the rescue works after the tragedy of 9/11. It is important to note that as a working and sporting breed, the Keeshond has a high amount of energy which needs to be expended. If the Keeshond has a buildup of energy, it is likely to develop destructive behaviors due to boredom or hyperactivity.

  • Life span: 12 – 14 years old (up to 15)

Height and Weight

A fully grown Keeshond will normally stand between 16 to 19 inches (40.5 to 48.25 cm) tall at the shoulder. A healthy adult Keeshond will normally weigh between 35 to 45 pounds (16 to 20.5 kg). It is important to note that the weight of a healthy Keeshond depends on how large the Keeshond is – taller Keeshond should weigh more.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 8/10
  • Friendliness: 10/10
  • Health: 6/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 6/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 10/10
  • Trainability: 7/10
  • Intelligence: 8/10
  • Exercise Needed: 8/10
  • Playfulness: 10/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

10. The Swedish Vallhund

Dog Breeds With the Potential For Weight Gain

The Swedish Vallhund is a small breed of dog that originates from Sweden. The Swedish Vallhund is also commonly known as the ‘Swedish Cattle Dog’ and the “Swedish Shepherd”. The Swedish Vallhund originates from the Vastergotland county of Sweden and is therefore also commonly known as the “Vastgotaspets”. The Swedish Vallhund was developed over 1,000 years ago for the purpose of herding and driving cattle as well as guarding and watching over human settlements. The breed was introduced to the United Kingdom during the Viking invasion and settling during the eighth and ninth centuries. It is believed that the Swedish Vallhund played a part in the development of the modern Lancashire Heeler and the Welsh Corgi – as the three breeds are very similar both in terms of personality and appearance.

The Swedish Vallhund is related to larger Spitz type dogs and moose hunting dogs that originated in Scandinavia. The skeleton of a Swedish Vallhund is remarkably similar to that of the much larger Norwegian Elkhound. The Swedish Vallhund has a large wedge shaped head, with large pricked ears and brown oval shaped eyes. The breed’s coat is made up of a short, harsh and tightly packed topcoat and a soft, dense undercoat. The Swedish Vallhund coat comes in a wide variety of greys, browns and reds. It is very common for a Swedish Vallhund to have light markings on its shoulders and chest. The temperament of dogs is normally affected by the following factors: individual personality, heredity, training and socialization. It is therefore important to make sure that you meet the puppy’s mother before purchasing a Swedish Vallhund. It is also important to make sure to thoroughly socialize your Swedish Vallhund with strangers, children and other animals during its puppyhood.

Generally speaking, the temperament of a Swedish Vallhund is that of an intelligent, loyal, athletic and friendly breed. The Swedish Vallhund is highly trainable and can adapt to new situations quickly. The Swedish Vallhund is known to love nothing more than spending time with its direct family unit. The Swedish Vallhund makes a perfect playmate for a child due to its playful and respectful nature. The Swedish Vallhund also has a small compact body which makes it relatively hardy – which again makes it a perfect pet for a family with small children. It is also important to remember that as a working breed, the Swedish Vallhund also tends to be an incredibly active and athletic breed. It is therefore incredibly important to provide your Swedish Vallhund with adequate exercise to make sure that it does not develop any destructive behaviors due to being bored or having an abundance of unspent energy.

  • Life span: 10 – 12 years old (up to 15)

Height and Weight

A fully grown Swedish Vallhund will normally stand between 11 to 14 inches (? to ? cm) tall at the shoulder. A healthy adult Swedish Vallhund will normally weigh between 22 to 35 pounds (? to ? kg). It is important to note that the weight of a healthy Swedish Vallhund depends on how large the Swedish Vallhund is – taller Swedish Vallhund should weigh more.

Breed Characteristics

  • Adaptability: 7/10
  • Friendliness: 8/10
  • Health: 8/10
  • Ease of Grooming: 10/10
  • Amount of Shedding: 1/10
  • Trainability: 8/10
  • Intelligence: 10/10
  • Exercise Needed: 10/10
  • Playfulness: 10/10
  • Family Friendliness: 10/10

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