The Beagle, a member of the American Kennel Club Hound Group, was created to hunt rabbits in groups. Beagles operated harmoniously amid big packs of canines, horses, and humans.
A well-socialized and trained Beagle is quite sociable and can tolerate the commotion and loudness of family life. The Beagle is strong and athletic despite its small size, and it enjoys playing with kids of all ages.
The cheerful and outgoing Bichon Frise is French-born, where the small canines often led opulent lives as spoiled pets to nobles. Following the French Revolution, Bichons were taken in by commoners and became street dogs.
The fluffy white puppies later evolved into popular circus dogs, thrilling crowds with remarkable tricks, thanks to their intelligence, vivacity, and charm.
The Boston Terriers are amiable and energetic and adore all people, especially children. The breed was developed in Boston in the late 1800s with just one goal in mind: to be a faithful companion.
Because of this, Boston Terriers make excellent family dogs who prefer to spend most of their time with their owners.
The Cairn Terrier, a member of the AKC Terrier Group, is best known for playing Dorothy's tiny dog Toto in the 1939 motion picture The Wizard of Oz.
More than 200 years ago, in the Scottish Highlands, where they chased foxes, rats, and other vermin in the rock piles known as cairns, the breed was first developed.
The French Bulldog, also known as a Frenchie to his pals, is a playful and flexible breed that enjoys participating in your activities.
The French Bulldogs resemble the similarly family-friendly Bulldog, often known as the English Bulldog, in terms of appearance.
The Frenchie's unusual, oversized, "bat" ears, which stand up, are the main distinction. The Frenchie has a magnetic personality that appeals to both adults and children because to their distinct appearance and curious temperament.