A television program called ìBritainís Favorite Dogsî was broadcast live and the TV presenters were Ben Fogle and Sarah Cox. Do you think your dog is one of the top dogs in Britain? Here is a list of the top twenty dogs. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors are eager to see which dogs placed.
Starting with dog number twenty and working our way backwards to top dog number one is the Jack Russell. These terriers are extremely energetic and happy dogs. Although, they have strong wills. These dogs were originally bred to hunt and need to be kept busy with walks and activities. Jack Russellís can be quite vocal and tend to make good watchdogs. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors understand that the Jack Russell is a high energy dog.
Dog number nineteen is the Doberman Pinscher. Dobermans are immensely powerful dogs and weigh between 65-90 pounds. These dogs require socialization and training from an early age. They are strong, energetic and a good choice for guard dogs.
The eighteenth dog is the Dachshund. These dogs have been bred to have long bodies and short legs which can make them very susceptible to back problems. They are best suited to live in homes without many stairs. Dachshunds are a popular dog with Sugar Land Chiropractors. Dachshunds were originally bred to hunt badgers. These little dogs are not found snoozing on sofas rather than out hunting.
Coming in at seventeenth place is the Weimaraner. This large breed dog enjoys hunting, hiking and outdoor activities in general. They are intelligent and require lots of stimulation to stop them become destructive. These dogs tend to be grey in color and have short coats and muscular bodies. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors take note that this dog is one of the few dogs that are gray.
At number sixteen we have the Welsh Terrier. This is a mid-size dog who is affectionate, happy, intelligent, and especially good with children. Thy have curly fur which helps make them low-shedding and good for people who suffer with allergies.
The Cavachon comes in at number fifteen. This is a cross between a cavalier King Charles spaniel and a bichon frise. They typically are small dogs with low shedding coats. However, they do require regular grooming and brushing. Cavachonís make great family pets. The are very cut but can be prone to some hereditary medical conditions.
At place number fourteen is the Dandie Dinmont Terrier. This is a small breed that is originally from Scotland. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors notice this dog is an odd-looking dog. Similar to dachshunds, they have long bodies and short legs. Their coat tends to be long and they have a unique knot of hair on their heads that is symbolic of their breed.
Next in thirteenth place is the Labradoodle. This dog is a cross between a Labrador and a poodle. Bred to be low shedding they are a good choice for allergy sufferers. Labradoodles come in a range of sizes from small to exceptionally large. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors recognize this dog as being popular with many people. They make great family pets.
In place number twelve is the Miniature Schnauzer. The schnauzer is usually salt-and-pepper in color. The are great for small living places. They are affectionate and loyal. They are also usually well suited to homes that have a cat.
Number eleven is the Flat-coated Retriever. These retrievers are gundogs that are often happiest when out working. They are highly active and intelligent and require lots of exercise and mental stimulation. Their coats are glossy and smooth, and they can be black, yellow, or over colored.
In tenth place we have the Mixed Breed. Mixed breed, mutt, Heinz 57 ñ there are lots of different names for these dogs. Who does not love a mutt; Sugar Land Chiropractors think mutts are great? A mixed breed dog is one that does not belong to any officially recognized breed. Cross breed is fabulous because they all look completely different and have individual temperaments and characteristics. Mixed breed is said to live longer than pedigrees as their mix of genes can make them generally healthier and less likely to develop the usual health problems of their parentsí breed.
The ninth-place dog is the Golden Retriever. The golden retriever is the ultimate family dog. They are loyal and brave. However, they do shed a lot.
In eight place we have the German Shepherd. This dog is a medium to large size dog the originated in Germany. When trained properly they can be calm and loving dogs. It is understood by Sugar Land Chiropractors that German Shepherds are great working dogs. They can develop problems with the backs and back legs in later life.
Place number seventh is the Border Collie. These dogs are highly intelligent and love to work the are considered the most intelligent breed of dog and can be extremely high maintenance, both in terms of personality and upkeep.
Dog number six is the Boxer. Boxers are medium to large dog with flat coats and flat faces. They are very muscular and can be head strong. They come in fawn and brindle and occasionally white.
In fifth place is the Cocker Spaniel. This breed has long droopy ears. They are lively and friendly. These dogs are loyal companions.
In fourth place is the Springer Spaniel. Although similar to the cocker spaniels they tend to be larger. They are quick learners and enjoy both mentally and physical challenges.
In third place is the Labrador Retriever. This is the dog breed that are wonderful family pets. They come in black, chocolate, or yellow in color.
In second place is the Cockapoo. This is a cross breed between a cocker spaniel and a poodle. They are generally small to medium in size. They also are low shedding with curly fur.
In first place is the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. This breed is a powerful medium sized dog with short coats and powerful muscles. People often think of these dogs as aggressive, but that is usually far from the truth