What Dog Breeds Am I Suited To Minding?

by Deb Morrison / Pet Minder Tips / 23 Jun 2017

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In our pet-loving community on PetCloud, we all are at a different stages in life, with different lifestyles, living situations, and different sized yards & homes. This is why it’s important to research the characteristics of each breed before accepting a pet sitting job.

Even within a breed, each dog will have its own unique personality, but the tables below will give you an idea of which breeds may be more suited for you.

Remember also that some of the most-loved dogs are mixed-breed dogs, or mutts, that have a wonderful combination of traits all rolled into one.

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Top Dogs for Families with Kids

Bulldog

Beagle

Bull Terrier

Collie

Newfoundland

Vizsla

Irish Setter

Poodle

Labrador Retriever

Golden Retriever

 

Top Dogs for First-Time Owners and Sitters

 

Golden Retriever

Poodle

Labrador Retriever

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Bichon Frise

Boston Terrier

Papillon

Pug

Shetland Sheepdog

Pomeranian

 

Top Dogs for Active Owners and Sitters

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Saluki

Weimaraner

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Bernese Mountain Dog

Alaskan Malamute

Border Collie

Kelpie Cattle dog

 

Top Dogs for People with Allergies

 

Bedlington Terrier

Bichon Frise

Chinese Crested

Kerry Blue Terrier

Maltese

Poodle

Portuguese Water Dog

Schnauzer

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

 

 

Top Dogs for Seniors

 

French Bulldog

Poodle

Schipperke

Maltese

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

 

 

Top Dogs for Owner or Sitters Living in Apartments

 

Yorkshire Terrier

Maltese

Boston Terrier

French Bulldog

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

English Bulldog

Basset Hound

American Staffordshire Terrier

Greyhound

Great Dane

 

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