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1. Brittany

The Brittany is a gorgeous dog breed that is usually referred to as the Brittany Spaniel, even though these pups are not exactly spaniels. They were mainly bred for bird hunting, but don’t let their fighting personality fool you.

These pooches really know how to work their charm and make everyone in your family crazy about them. They have a lot of energy, and they’re so cute and goofy that they will easily become your best pals.

If you think that a Brittany dog is suitable for you and your family, you should know that they have very high energy levels, so a few simple walks throughout the day are not enough to keep them happy and healthy!

2. Basenji

If you’re looking for a pup that will make you laugh when you have a hard day and that will also protect you and your family at all costs, a Basenji pooch is exactly what you need. Even though they’re affectionate and sometimes crave their owners’ attention, these dogs are all about independence and being on their own, so you might notice that they get quite detached at times.

However, they love their favorite humans with all their hearts, and they can get viciously protective of their families, especially if they sense any type of danger. They’re friendly with other dogs, but they surely know how to express their likes and dislikes through their “combative” personality.

Basenjis are also very popular for their incredible sense of smell and eager eyes. One of the best parts about owning a pooch like this is that they don’t shed a lot, so your home and clothes will be fur-free.

…Did you know that Basenjis are known as “barkless dogs” due to the fact that they alert their families with a noise that is identical to a chortle?

3. Welsh Springer Spaniel

The Welsh Springer Spaniel dogs are known for their red-and-white coats, which can easily classify them as the most charming hunting pups. These cute medium-sized pooches are very popular and appreciated among owners for their adaptability in the field and their companionship and sociability at home.

They’re usually in a good mood, and they’re considered to be one of the oldest sporting breeds in the United Kingdom.

…Did you know that this dog breed has been around since 7000 B.C.? That’s incredible!

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