Best Top 8 Active Dog Breeds

Active Dog Breeds

Active Dog Breeds are typically divided into a few basic categories: companion dogs, guard dogs, working dogs, hound dogs, and sighthounds.

The following list is about the best active dog breeds that do not fit into the aforementioned groups. The dogs in this listing are very active and love to play with their owners.

1. Border Collie

The Border Collie is a working and herding dog breed developed in the Anglo-Scottish border region for herding livestock, especially sheep. Bred as working dogs to assist shepherds and farmers, they are known for their intelligence and ability to perform various tasks. They take direction well and need activity to keep them happy. These dogs will definitely need plenty of outdoor exercises, such as long walks or running around time; otherwise, it could become destructive.

Active Dog Breeds

2. Vizsla

A Hungarian pointer and hunting dog breed, the Vizsla is intelligent with an excellent nose which makes it a great hunter. A sporting dog who can make a wonderful family pet when given sufficient exercise, these dogs are very active but gentle when around children.

Active Dog Breeds

3. Golden Retriever

These dogs were initially bred as hunting dogs in Scotland and England to retrieve shot waterfowl such as ducks and upland game birds during hunting and shooting parties, hence the name retriever. Today they are mostly companion dogs but still need a lot of exercise or activities that will keep them busy. They love family life and enjoy being outdoors with their owners, which makes hiking a great outdoor activity for these active dogs.

Golden Retriever

4. Poodle

Poodles come in three different sizes: standard, miniature, and toy poodle sized at 11 inches high or less at the shoulder; good for apartments because of its size! These intelligent canines need mental stimulation or they get bored easily.

Poodle

5. Australian Cattle Dog

The Australian Cattle Dog is a herding breed that was developed in Australia. These dogs are bred to be very active and love to play fetch and Frisbee. They also make great agility dogs.

Australian Cattle Dog

 

6. Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is a breed of dog that was originally bred as a hunting dog. Today, they are one of the most popular breeds of dogs in the world and are known for their friendly temperament. Labs are also very active and love to play fetch and swim.

Active Dog Breeds

7. Cane Corso

The Cane Corso is a large breed of dog that was originally bred for working livestock in the province of Rome and taking wild boar and other dangerous game. According to some experts on canine behavior, these dogs are also one of the best guard dog breeds due to their capabilities as watchdogs and their strong territorial instincts. These dogs were originally used as war dogs by Italian tribes and ancient Romans. If socialized at a young age these dogs can be very friendly with children or other pets but will become more protective of their owners and territory as they mature. As with many large dogs, adult cane corsos require significant quantities of high-quality food to maintain their weight.

Cane Corso

8. The Alaskan Malamute

These dogs were originally bred for hauling heavyweight in frigid conditions, so they definitely have the endurance to keep up with you! They also enjoy playing fetch and Frisbee with their owners when not pulling sleds through snow or ice. These dogs are very friendly but do require lots of room to run around since they were bred for traveling long distances without human help.

The Alaskan Malamute

 

Conclusion

Dogs are typically divided into a few basic categories: companion dogs, guard dogs, working dogs, hound dogs, and sighthounds. The breeds in this listing are very active and love to play with their owners. Whether you’re looking for a jogging buddy or just a dog that loves to run around, one of these eight breeds is sure to fit your needs.

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