High-Effort Dogs: 9 Popular Breeds

 Siberian Husky

Siberian Huskies are independent and alert. Friendly demeanour makes them a great all-around dog, but endurance and mischief require training, proper food, and fenced-in exercise.

Airedale Terrier

Fearless, playful, and bold describe Airedales. They're friendly, protective, and bored easily. Due to their intelligence and vigour, Airedales need mental and physical exercise.

Miniature Pinscher

Quick, curious, and lively, these dogs are always moving. Their size makes them good apartment pets, but they need daily walks to be active.


Dalmatians were bred to pull carriages for miles. They thrive in a family atmosphere as long as they get regular exercise on a leash or in a fenced area.


Speed, courage, intellect, and hunting are Weimaraner traits. Weimaraners enjoy running and hunting and may get bored in kennels. Outdoorsy, fun-loving owners are best.


Because of their enthusiasm, Pointers should be exercised daily and run in a fenced-in area if possible. In an open setting, even the best-trained dogs may hunt birds or small wildlife.

Border Collie

Border Collies are smart and obedient, but they may be terrible house dogs if not adequately exercised. If exercised daily, they'll be devoted pals.

Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherds are intelligent and flexible working dogs and pets. Agility and obedience require exercise and purpose. Catch, Frisbee, and lengthy runs are family-friendly.

Parson Russell Terrier

Friendly and active, the Parson terrier. Little foxhunters with attentiveness, confidence, and perseverance. Parson terriers need exercise and care at home. 

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