Choosing the perfect pet can be a challenge, especially when you need to find a breed that will interact well with children. Several characteristics need to be considered, including the temperament, size, and activity level of the dog. Let’s look at a few dog breeds that are great for children and also provide recommendations from the V.O.G DOG grooming salon network.

Labrador Retriever and Golden Retriever: These breeds are known for their love of children, friendliness, and patience. Retrievers are active, resilient, and easy to train, making them ideal for active families.

Beagle: This breed has a small size, friendly and playful character. They are active, love to explore everything around and have fun with children. Beagles are relatively low-maintenance in care but require regular physical activity.

Newfoundland: Despite their large size, these dogs are extremely friendly, patient, and loving. They are known for their calm temperament and excellent swimming skills. They also have a guardian instinct, which makes them excellent dogs for families with children.

Boxer: This breed is energetic, playful, and eager to play. They protect their family and play well with children. Boxers require regular physical exercise, but they also know how to rest.

Each of these breeds has its unique features, so it’s important to choose one that suits your family and lifestyle best.

Recommendations from the V.O.G DOG team:

We emphasize the importance of thoroughly studying all the features of specific dog breeds, as the new family member will be around children. Here are some recommendations:

  1. Understand the breed well, as each has its unique characteristics. Some dogs have more energy than others; some have higher guardian instincts, while others are more calm. Study the features and make sure they match your lifestyle and family environment.
  2. Plan regular care. For your dog to look great and feel healthy, regular grooming is needed. Depending on the breed, you will need daily or weekly combing, regular bathing, and professional grooming every few months.
  3. Prepare your family. Before bringing a dog home, make sure the whole family is ready to help care for the pet and take responsibility for the new family member.
  4. Take care of health. Your dog will require regular veterinary check-ups, vaccinations, and preventative parasite treatment. Choose a vet you trust and make a health care plan for your pet.

Choosing a dog for a family with children is an important decision that requires a thoughtful approach. But with the right breed and appropriate care, a dog can become an irreplaceable member of your family and provide you and your children with countless joyful moments.

Sincerely yours, the V.O.G DOG team.