From their sweet, loving personalities to their never-ending enthusiasm, there's a lot to love about Labrador retrievers.
German shepherds have long served as hunting and herding dogs in Germany. Often trained as service dogs.
Golden retrievers are depicted as the quintessential family dog in movies and television from the '90s sitcom.
Berners, Bernies, or Bernese mountain dogs, whatever you call them, this Swiss breed would risk life and limb.
Despite their tough-guy name, boxers are actually incredibly sweet, attention-loving dogs, respond extremely positive.
Alaskan Malamutes are fully domesticated, gentle giants that would make an excellent addition to an active family.
Goldendoodle breed is highly intelligent, athletic, lovable, and great with children and other pets.
A basset hound may not seem to be a large breed at first glance, but their average weight places them of Siberian huskies.
Calm, loyal, and clocking in at 200 pounds fully grown, the Great Dane is the gentle giant of the canine world.
Rottweilers sometimes get a bad rap, but they make excellent family dogs if you have older children—not so much for young kids.