Which Dogs Are Best for Dating

Her family's Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has adapted well to their way of life. In either urban or rural settings, this dog does well. Ideal for the introverted dater, this breed happily wags its tail.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Irish Setter is a lively breed of dog known for its clownish nature and long, glossy red coat. Because of their extroverted personality, they are sure to stand out.

Irish Setter

Bernese Mountain Dogs are peaceful, people-loving. The breed's strength, agility, and intelligence helped it climb mountains. Excellent agility, therapy, and herding dog. Bernese Mountain Dogs are confident and good-natured.

Bernese Mountain Dog

Boxers have served as war dogs, boar baiters, and guide dogs for the blind. They like being petted by people, especially kids, and would welcome petting from a potential mate.


Long physique, short legs, pleasant personality: Dachshund. The Dachshund's small size and three coat types—smooth, wirehaired, and longhaired—make it versatile. Their keen sense of smell may help them find a date.


Cairn Terriers are friendly, alert workers.  Cairn Terriers love their families but need obedience training and exercise. Puppy preschool and the dog park are social.

Cairn Terrier

German Shorthaired Pointers are intelligent, athletic watchdogs. Pointers are even-tempered and hunt birds, raccoons, and deer. Your tremendous energy will get you outside with other active people and their dogs.

German Shorthaired Pointer

Golden Retrievers are bright, loyal pets. Their gentle and kind nature is an appeal for hunting,therapy, and seeing-eye work. You may meet your soulmate while assisting alongside a Golden Retriever.

Golden Retriever

Medium-sized and outgoing, the Keeshond has expressive eyebrows and a grey, black, and cream coat. They're lively, quick learners who need daily exercise and are nice to dogs and people—including your love.


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