Want to own a dog? Here are top 5 friendly dog breeds for Indian families
Dogs are man’s best friend and owning a pet can completely change your life. They make your house a home and keep stress at bay. When it comes to pet, people love to add dogs as their family members. They are loyal, loving, and lively. Bringing a dog into your family is a big decision. Checking the dog’s breed, adaptability, and your convenience are some important points to look for. Being a pet parent is not an easy task, it is always advisable to make your decision wisely.
If you stay in India and planning to get a furry friend for yourself, here is the list of top 5 friendly dog breeds for Indian Families.
The Labrador is one of the most popular breeds all across the world. They are super friendly and can adjust in Apartments. They gel well with the Indian climate and can be easily trained. They are highly admired by Indians.
2. German Shepherd
They have the cutest puppies and are loved by Indians. A lot of people bring them home because they are intelligent, loyal, and courageous dogs. They adapt well in Indian climate and need basic grooming.
3. Pug – You just can’t resist that cute face!
They are small, affectionate and emotional kind of breed. They have a super cute face. They are one of the oldest breeds, but they became popular when Vodafone brought them in an advertisement. People in India often refer to them as – Vodafone Dog! ( Hahaha) . They adjust well with the climate of India and can be groomed easily.
They are small, compact and a good companion for kids and adults. They are merry and fun-loving. But they can be stubborn at times and might require special training techniques. You need to have the patience to handle them.
They are better known as Desi dogs in the local language. They are easily available and you can adopt them for unending cuddles and love. They adapt very well with the Indian climate and make a really good pet.
What to keep in mind before bringing furry friend inside your home?
Before getting any pet, one should be financially and mentally prepared. Dogs need training, time, and patience. Treat them as your family members and respect their feelings and emotions. Make your decision wisely. Wish you happy pet keeping and wish you and your doggie gets the best companion.
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