The love, loyalty, and pure joy a dog brings to the world is unlike anything else. The bond between a human and their dog is one of the best feelings to have. Dog owners will understand what we’re talking about, and those who aren’t dog owners can probably imagine the feeling. While specific characteristics common in each dog breed vary, one very important choice to make is whether you want an active breed or a calmer one. Of course, all dogs require at least a bit of exercise, but some dogs are genetically designed for a lot of activity. Those with busy schedules may prefer a dog who doesn’t need as much exercise, while someone who enjoys working out themselves may want a pup that has a lot of energy and loves to be active.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Corgis may be short, but they have a surprising amount of muscle. A set of strong legs gives this dog a lot of power for quick movement. Though tiny legs make it hard to run long distances with the Corgi, he’ll still love to be taken on short or long walks, and even some light jogging.
Jack Russell Terrier
If you want a dog that truly never ever runs out of energy, you should get yourself a Jack Russell Terrier. These dogs may be small, but rest assured, what they lack in physical size they certainly make up for in limitless amounts of energy. These dogs require a lot of activity and attention, otherwise, they’ll be sure to find other ways to entertain themselves… like eating your shoes… so if you’re someone who wants a dog to run with, a Jack Russell Terrier is a great breed.
Honestly, who doesn’t love Labrador Retrievers? Labs are some of the sweetest and smartest dogs you can get. On top of being great face-lickers, Labs are always bursting with energy and incredible enthusiasm for any activity they are doing. These pups make perfect partners for hunting, fishing, swimming, or hiking. Labs, like all retrievers, were bred to be suitable for hunters, so they have a natural ability to please their humans and listen intently to what they’re told.