With their warm eyes and cheerful grins, Labrador retrievers are the picture of friendliness. That's probably why they have been the most popular dog breed in the US for more than three decades,
Another breed that has remained in the top most popular breeds for decades, Golden retrievers generally exude friendliness as they engage with people and other animals.
Beagles are a cheerful breed that genuinely enjoys spending time with people. They are relatively active and love playing fetch or going on long walks with their humans.
When it comes to Cavalier King Charles spaniels, their primary purpose throughout history has been to serve as companion animals. These dogs genuinely love people, so they demand ample attention and don't like being left alone.
Nicknamed the "American Gentleman," Boston terriers are affectionate dogs with a silly streak. They love to make new friends, and they're usually up for a play session. They also tend to be adaptable, meaning they’re at ease in many situations.
Irish setters are friendly dogs with carefree, spunky attitudes that many canine lovers find appealing. They generally make wonderful family dogs, as most love children, other dogs, and even dog-friendly cats.
Pugs are little dogs with big personalities. These smart, affectionate, and sometimes silly canines like to play and love to spend time cuddling with their favorite people.
Generally considered to be the most intelligent dog breed, border collies need plenty of mental and physical stimulation each day to keep them happy and well behaved. But this breed aims to please.
If they were people, the average boxer would be the class clown. Boxers are suckers for attention. These affectionate dogs want to be social, and the more positive attention you give them, the more you’ll get back.