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Basset Hound
Right Breed for You?
The Basset Hound is seen as an especially friendly breed. For this reason they are an excellent pet for children. However, they can be stubborn animals. Although some people believe that Basset Hounds are not particularly intelligent, they are quite smart and display their intelligence with a charming sense of humor.


Beagle
Right Breed for You?
The Beagle has an even temper and gentle disposition. Described in several breed standards as "merry", the beagle is amiable and generally neither aggressive nor timid. The Beagle enjoys company, and although they may initially be standoffish with strangers, they are easily won over. The Beagle makes poor guard dogs for this reason, although their tendency to bark or howl when confronted with the unfamiliar makes them good watch dogs. In a 1985 study conducted by Ben and Lynette Hart, the Beagle was given the highest excitability rating, along with the Yorkshire Terrier, Cairn Terrier, Miniature Schnauzer, West Highland White Terrier and Fox Terrier.


Bernese Mountain Dog
Right Breed for You?
Bernese are outdoor dogs at heart, though well-behaved in the house; they need activity and exercise, but do not have a great deal of endurance. They can move with amazing bursts of speed for their size when motivated.
Bernese Mountain Dogs are slow to mature, and may display noticeable puppy-like tendencies until 1½ years of age. For example, a consistent playful behaviour feature is to run through the owners legs and lean elatedly into the humans legs, even when calm.


Boston Terrier
Right Breed for You?
The Boston Terrier is a gentle breed that typically has a strong, happy-go-lucky and friendly personality. Bostons are generally eager to please their owner and can easily be trained given a patient owner.  The modern Boston Terrier can be gentle, alert, expressive and well-mannered.
Their usually sensible attitude towards barking makes them excellent choices for apartment dwellers. Having been bred as a companion dog, Boston terriers enjoy being around people, and if properly socialized, get along well with children, the elderly, other canines, and non-canine pets. Some Boston Terriers are very cuddly, while others are more independent. They are also highly intelligent.


Boxer
Right Breed for You?
Boxers are a bright, energetic and playful breed and tend to be very good with children. Boxers are active and incredibly strong dogs and require adequate exercise to prevent boredom-associated behaviors such as chewing, digging, or licking. The Boxer has earned a slight reputation of being "headstrong," which can be related to inappropriate obedience training. Owing to their intelligence and working breed characteristics, training based on corrections often has limited usefulness.

Bulldog
Right Breed for You?
Despite their famous "sourpuss" expression, English Bulldogs are generally docile and easy to please. Bulldogs can move quickly over short distances. English Bulldogs do not need a lot of physical exercise, so they are well-suited for living in apartments and other urban environments. English Bulldog puppies are friendly and gregarious but occasionally willful. The phrase "stubborn as a bulldog" is loosely rooted in fact Their short nose makes them prone to overheating in warm weather.


Cairn Terrier
Right Breed for You?
Cairn Terriers are adventurous, intelligent, strong, and loyal. Like most terriers, they love to dig after real or imagined prey. They are vermin hunters. Cairn Terriers have a strong prey instinct and will need comprehensive training. However, they are intelligent and, although willful, can be trained. Training of the Cairn Terrier has the best results when training as a puppy, as they become unwillfully stubborn. Although it is often said that they are disobedient, this is not the case provided correct training is applied. Cairn Terriers generally adapt well to children and are suitable family dogs.


Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Right Breed for You?
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed is highly affectionate, playful, extremely patient and eager to please. As such, the Cavalier King Charles breed are good with children and other dogs. Cavaliers are not shy about socialising with much larger dogs. They will adapt quickly to almost any environment, family, and location. Their ability to bond with larger and smaller dogs make the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel an ideal in houses with more than one breed of dog as long as the other dog is trained. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed is great with people of all ages, from children to seniors, making them a very versatile dog.


Cocker Spaniel
Right Breed for You?
With a good level of socialisation at an early age, an American Cocker Spaniel can get along with people, children, other dogs and other pets. The Cocker Spaniel breed seems to have a perpetually wagging tail and prefers to be around people; it is not best suited to the backyard alone. Cockers can be easily stressed by loud noises and by rough treatment or handling.


French Bulldog
Right Breed for You?
The French Bulldog, like many other companion dog breeds require close contact with humans. They have fairly minimal exercise needs, but do require at least daily walks. As the frenchie a flat faced breed, it is essential that owners understand that French Bulldogs cannot live outdoors. Their bulk and their compromised breathing system makes it impossible for them to regulate their temperature efficiently. In addition, Frenchies are top heavy and therefore have a difficult time swimming. Precautions must be taken when exercising a Frenchie dog during hot or humid weather, as well.


Doberan Pinscher
The Doberman Pinscher has ranked amongst the most intelligent of dog breeds in experimental studies and expert evaluations. The Doberman Pinscher are excellent guard dogs that protect their loved ones. Kennel club standards describe Doberman Pinschers as dogs of medium size with a square build and short coat. Dobies are compactly built and athletic with endurance and speed. The Doberman Pinscher should have a proud, watchful, determined, and obedient temperament. The Doberman Pinsher Breed was originally intended as a guard dog, so males should have a masculine, muscular, noble appearance. Female Dobermans are thinner, but should not be spindly.


Golden Retriever
Right Breed for You?
TThe temperament of the Golden Retriever is a hallmark of the breed and is described in the standard as "kindly, friendly and confident". Goldens are not "one man dogs" and are generally equally amiable with both strangers and those familiar to them. Golden Retrievers are trusting, gentle disposition therefore makes them a poor guard dog. This Retriever has a water-repellant double-coat sheds seasonally and needs regular brushing. Golden Retriever puppies are compatible with children and adults and are good with other dogs, cats and most livestock. Golden Retrievers are particularly valued for their high level of sociability towards people, calmness, and willingness to learn.



Japanese Chin
Right Breed for You?
The Japanese Chin breed is considered one of the most cat-like of the dog breeds in attitude: it is alert, intelligent, and independent, and it uses its paws to wash and wipe its face. The Japanese Chin Dog has other cat-like traits include their preference for resting on high surfaces such as the backs of sofas and chairs, their ability to walk across a coffee table without disturbing an item, and some of the surprising places their owners often find them in. A companion dog, the Japanese chin is loving and loyal to its owner and typically happy to see other people, though a few are distrustful of strangers.


Poodle
Right Breed for You?
Poodles come in three sizes, Standard Poodles, Miniature Poodles, and Toy Poodles. Poodles are extremely people-oriented dogs and generally eager to please. Standard poodles in particular tend to be good with children. Poodles are adaptable and easy to train, but sometimes their intelligence can make them obstinate and stubborn. Like most dogs, the Poodle Breed appreciates daily exercise, such as a walk or a play session. Most Poodles are fairly agile and athletic. Toy poodles will play ball and love to fetch. Play time is vital, but one must be sure that they get plenty of rest following long play periods and that fresh water is available at all times.
Poodles are very easy to housebreak.


Pug
Right Breed for You?
The Pug Breed is Strong willed but rarely aggressive, the pug is suitable for families with children. The majority of the Pug Dog breed is very fond of children and sturdy enough to properly play with them. Pugs can be quiet and docile but also vivacious and teasing depending on their owner's mood. Pugs can make good watchdogs; they are always alert and sometimes yappy.


Shiba Inu
Right Breed for You?
The Shiba Inu is a fastidious breed and feels the need to maintain itself in a clean state. Shiba Inus can often be seen licking their paws and legs much like a cat. Shibas generally go out of their way to keep their coats clean, yet thoroughly enjoy swimming and playing in puddles. Because of their fastidious and proud nature, Shiba puppies are easy to housebreak and in many cases will housebreak themselves. Having their owner simply place them outside after meal times and naps is generally enough to teach the Shiba Inu the appropriate method of toileting.

Shih Tzu
Right Breed for You?
The Shih Tzu breed is bred for companion and house pet. The Shih Tzu is a small dog with a short muzzle and large deep dark eyes, with a soft long, double coat. The Shih tzu dog requires minimal exercise, but his long, coat needs daily brushing and maintenance. The shih tzu is an excellent choice when choosing a indoor pet.


Siberian Husky
Right Breed for You?
Siberian Huskies are highly intelligent, which allows them to excel in obedience trials, though many clubs would like to keep the Husky's instinct by doing sled-racing. The Siberian Husky's thick coats require weekly brushing. Siberian Huskies, with proper care, have a typical lifespan ranging from twelve to fifteen years. The eyes of a Siberian Husky are ice-blue, dark blue, amber, or brown.


Silky Terrier
Right Breed for You?
The breed standard describe the ideal Silky Terrier temperament as keenly alert and active. Silky Terrier's love to be given chances to run and play, but must have a tightly fenced yard. Silkies also enjoy brisk walks and playing ball. The Silky Terrier Breed is able to do well in an apartment, although they are also an active indoor breed. It is important that your silky terrier is kept busy and social to discourage boredom.



Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
Right Breed for You?
The Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier is an energetic and playful dog. They require patience and consistent positive training. Harsh methods will often result in fear aggression. A positive, even-handed approach works best with these intelligent terriers. The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier's are enthusiastic greeters and will often jump up in order to lick a person's face. These dogs do best when they are exercised regularly. Soft Coated Wheatens are cool weather dogs and can become easily overheated in hot weather. If socialized with cats as puppies they may get along fine with them; if not, care should be taken in introducing them to cats as the breed has a very strong "prey drive" because of its vermin-hunting origin. Wheatens can get along well with other dogs if properly socialized. Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier dogs are extremely friendly and loving pets. Wheatens are very protective of their families and, although they may bark an alert at strangers, they rarely get aggressive. Many Wheaten terrier owners thus say that Wheatens make great watch dogs but poor guard dogs. Wheaten Terriers are a great dog for kids and are generally friendly towards them.



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Kenya Addington (Left) & Jenny Cackley (Right) Pictured with Barb York 2012 Missouri Pet Breeders Association President, at MPBA Meeting