Top 10 Dog Breeds That Like to Play

Portuguese Water Dog: If you suffer from allergies but can’t resist owning a dog, you may find a furry BFF in the Portuguese water dog.

Pomeranian: This spitz breed is descended from sled dogs in Iceland and Lapland and is distantly related to big Malamutes.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Pembroke Welsh Corgis are a favorite breed of Queen Elizabeth II.

Labrador Retriever: Labrador retrievers are large, goofy dogs that love anything to do with playing.

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Jack Russell Terrier: The Jack Russell terrier originated in England in the 1800s in response to a need for a small but feisty hunting dog.

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Golden Retriever: No breed probably typifies an American family dog more than a golden retriever.

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French Bulldog: The popularity of the French bulldog has exploded in recent years mainly because of their goofy.

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English Springer Spaniel: The English springer spaniel first became popular in Europe in the early 1900s.

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Boxer: Muscular and athletic, boxers have a storied history as fighting dogs but have also been lauded for their bravery.

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Australian Shepherd: ustralian shepherds or Aussies are one of the most athletic dog breeds.

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