We Luv Puppies https://weluvpuppies.com LUV PUPPIES! Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:59:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.2 Top 30 Most Loyal Dog Breeds https://weluvpuppies.com/30-most-loyal-dog-breeds-2/ Tue, 03 May 2016 02:55:27 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=452 Jack Russell

A dog is considered man’s best friend, but some dogs breeds make better friends than others. One of the most important personality trait when selecting a dog is loyalty. Most people want dogs that will love them and their family members and be a faithful and reliable companion. There are hundreds of pure and mixed breeds, so we’ve selected the 30 that are considered by experts to be the most loyal. We’ve given each breed a score to indicate how loyal it is compared to other breeds. Keep in mind that all dogs have individual personalities, just like people, but this list should help give you guidance in selecting the most loyal dog.

Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
Physical Characteristics: The Jack Russell Terrier is a small terrier that has its origins in fox hunting. It is principally white-bodied and smooth, rough or broken-coated.
Personality Traits: Athletic, Energetic, Stubborn, Intelligent, Vocal
Adult Weight: 14-18 lbs.
WLP Loyalty Score: 46

15 Dumbest Dog Breeds https://weluvpuppies.com/15-dumbest-dog-breeds/ Tue, 19 Jan 2016 16:33:32 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=414 Pekingese

We all love our household companions and there is nothing like their smiling face to greet us when we get home. When it comes to a dog, there is nothing like a smart dog that is well-behaved and trained, but sometimes a goofy and not so smart dog can really be the cure for anything life hands you. While they might be a tad slower than other dogs out there, these pooches make up for their intelligence in other ways. If you have encountered a dumb dog, then you may understand what it is like to spend time with it. Listed below are 15 of the dumbest dog breeds ever and while they are not the best learners, they are some of the best companions a human can offer.

1. Pekingese

This dog is notorious for being a “lap” dog and tends to have a very stubborn personality. With that said this breed has issues taking orders and commands and cannot learn as well as other dogs. The Pekingese was the first ever lap dog to become widespread across the world and they ae highly known to have a very high-pitched, yapping bark, regardless if there is even anything to bark at. This dog breed can be pretty frustrating at times depending on the breed and if you are searching for a dog that is more playful and energetic, you may want to swap to something a bit more rambunctious.

30 Most Loyal Dog Breeds https://weluvpuppies.com/30-most-loyal-dog-breeds/ Tue, 10 Nov 2015 05:11:18 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=375 Great Pyreness

So you want to get a dog but maybe you’re not sure which breed will suit your personality? You really can’t go wrong with looking for a loyal breed at the very least so you know they will be protective and have your back. Some loyal breeds are intimidating and some, well they are just adorable when they try to be. The 30 breeds that made our list are known to be loyal historically because of how human’s used them for activities in their daily lives. It’s truly interesting how these breeds have evolved.

1. Great Pyrenees

The great pyrenees comes from both Spain and France and they were bred to guard flocks in the steep mountains. They grow to be a whopping 80-120 pounds and will live an average of 10-12 years. Their temperament is known to be docile, patient and very affectionate.This dog was bred in cold weather and has the coat to match it. Keep in mind they will need significant brushing and grooming so they don’t get too hot, especially if they are in a warm climate.

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12 Most Low Maintenance Dog Breeds https://weluvpuppies.com/12-most-low-maintenance-dog-breeds/ Thu, 01 Oct 2015 21:10:16 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=358 Labrador Retriever

It’s no secret many of lead busy lifestyles and adding another thing to take care of can be stressful. We wanted to make it easier for you to decide which dog breed to get when you don’t want your life to revolve around your dog. Here are 12 of the most low maintenance dog breeds that made the list because of low grooming needs, strong health and easy trainability.

Labrador Retriever

The labrador retriever is a hunting dog that is loyal and one of the most popular breeds in America. They are easy to train and not aggressive. They are affectionate and good with children. They make a great companion dog and do need a good amount of exercise or they may start chewing on furniture. They are easy to keep happy with a weekly bone and a daily run. They are pretty big growing to be 55 to 80 pounds and this breed generally lives 10 to 12 years.

11 Happiest and Most Loyal Dogs https://weluvpuppies.com/11-happiest-and-most-loyal-dogs/ Thu, 01 Oct 2015 20:28:07 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=356 Golden Retriever

If you want a dog breed that will help stave off depression and will be a great companion dog, here are some dogs that are both loyal to their owners as well as gregarious and affectionate in their personalities. Before you get a pet, do some groundwork to figure out which breeds are more fun loving and easy to train. We have gathered the most loyal and happiest dog breeds here for you so you don’t have to go searching high and low!

Golden Retriever

One of America’s favorite dog breeds is the golden retriever. They have long hair and love to be a part of the family. They are easy to train and not an aggressive breed. They live to be 10-12 years old and are known for being reliable and kind. They need a good brushing on a regular basis but they are good dog to have if you have kids and will be able to give them exercise. They are often used as therapy dogs because they have such wonderful dispositions.

10 Nicest Dog Breeds https://weluvpuppies.com/10-nicest-dog-breeds/ Tue, 22 Sep 2015 13:31:32 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=330 Labrador Retriever

When we talk about friendly dogs, we consider how friendly they are to adults, to other dogs and to children. Some breeds are very standoffish to strangers but affectionate towards their families. Here are some of the nicest dog breeds that will bring nothing but smiles and laughter to your home with their playful antics and loving personalities. We have included small and large dog breeds so you can find one that suits you and the size of your home. If you live in a small apartment, large dogs might be hard to manage as they have excess energy and need to run around. However, if you live in a rural area, small dogs can be prey to birds and coyotes. Be sure to do your research before taking home your newest family member.

Labrador Retriever

This medium sized dog is often used as a therapy dog because of their happy disposition and loyalty. They are easy to train but need quite a bit of exercise because their puppyhood lasts a few years. They are medium to large sized dogs didn’t get the AKC rating of 1st most popular dog breed by chance. These dogs are great for families and love to be a part of everything. They will always put their paw on your lap or their head in your lap and would love to sleep in the bed with you. They may think they are a lap dog and their mission is to stay as close to you as possible.

10 Dog Breeds You Won’t Believe Exist https://weluvpuppies.com/10-dog-breeds-you-wont-believe-exist/ Fri, 04 Sep 2015 04:05:40 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=317 Bergamasco

Here are some of the most bizarre breeds that you have probably never heard of. With their unique looks and temperaments, you’ll be interested to learn about their rich history and interactions with humans. Some of them are loyal and patient and some of them are aggressive so make sure you do your homework!

1.Bergamasco Shepherd

This is one of the most peculiar looking dogs breeds. They literally have dreadlocks and you can’t see their eyes much. They are from the Italian Alps and also called the Bergamese Shepherd. The breed is extremely intelligent, peaceful and loves to follow you around. They are an ancient breed and a medium size sheepdog. They are great with children and often used as therapy dogs for children. They are a great watchdog and highly protective.

11 Least Loyal Dog Breeds https://weluvpuppies.com/11-least-loyal-dog-breeds/ Thu, 27 Aug 2015 19:05:23 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=303 Ibizan Hound

Loyalty is all about environment, temperament, and socialization; if a dog isn’t well socialized, trained, or has an instinctive behavior of not being loyal, chances are it won’t be. This doesn’t mean, though, that these dogs aren’t affectionate or loving, it simply means that they don’t prefer any one person over another. Take a look at this list of the 11 least loyal dog breeds and decide if loyalty is something you must absolutely have in a canine companion.

Ibizan Hound

This silly breed is known for its clownish personality, but not for its affection. This doesn’t mean that Ibizans don’t like to cuddle with family members, but rather that they are reserved. This is a very athletic breed that’s best talent is jumping high and far despite its size. They have a tendency to turn into couch potatoes due to their moderate need for exercise. Its not out of the ordinary for this breed to snuggle up to you on the couch, but they would rather chase prey than your attacker.

11 Most Loyal Small Dog Breeds https://weluvpuppies.com/11-most-loyal-small-dog-breeds/ Thu, 27 Aug 2015 18:39:53 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=290 Pomeranian

It’s no doubt that loyalty stems from environment, treatment, and raw instinct, but, statistically speaking, these little breeds are some of the sweetest and most loyal small breeds you can find. From bulldogs to miniature schnauzers, here’s a list of the 11 most loyal small dog breeds that you have to consider when choosing a new canine companion.


If you’re looking for a companion who’s entertaining, loyal, and adorable all packed into a tiny package, a Pomeranian may be the dog for you. This breed is widely popular and loves to play. They are one of the more loyal breeds of small dogs and they often become overwhelmingly attached to their owner. Because of their loyalty and attachment, they will also often be aggressive towards other people and animals–even if they are familiar with them. This breed is also known for being jealous and will make it known that you have upset them if you aren’t giving them enough attention. They are very intelligent and outgoing, although need socialization and training to ensure they have a pleasant personality.

11 Best Small Dogs for Families https://weluvpuppies.com/11-best-small-dogs-for-families/ Thu, 20 Aug 2015 20:12:42 +0000 https://weluvpuppies.com/?p=276 Maltese

Choosing a dog that will become a part of your family should be a decision that is approached with wisdom and research, especially if children are present. It’s a much better idea to decide what you really want out of a companion dog for the family before you purchase a puppy and this is just as important when you are choosing a small breed as well as a large one.

Every year, thousands of small dogs wind up in shelters or rescue, many of them because they simply are inappropriate for the household situation. And remember, even though a dog may be very small, it can still be snappish and aggressive.

Fortunately, there are plenty of breeds that will fit into a household with children without any problem and will add that special devotion and love that dogs provide. Most of these dogs also get along with other family pets without any problem.

# 1–Maltese

This toy breed has actually been around since the time of the Ancient Romans and has been used nearly exclusively as a companion dog. The silky white coat will become quite long, so it will need to be brushed regularly. A calm and affectionate little dog weighing generally from 5 to 8 pounds, your Maltese will want to be around the family as much as possible. They are smart as well as loving and like to learn new tricks. They are trustworthy around children of all ages and are actually a bit sturdier than you might imagine from their size. A Maltese will definitely be prone to separation anxiety if left alone for long periods.