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Dog breeds that bite the least

Of course, that all dogs have teeth and can bite, but there are some dogs which bites very rare or through their life are not bitten anyone. People love these dogs because they do not pose a risk to their children, others and for themselves. These dogs are non-aggressive, friendly with all people, and usually with of all the other animals. They need to educate and socialize, like and other dogs, but require much less time. Here are some dog breeds that bite the least.

1.Golden retriever. These dogs who bite the least. They are friendly with all people and all animals. They like to be encircled of people and communicate with them. They are non-aggressive, and they love children. They are easy to train, they love to serve people. In addition, these dogs usually do not react to the surrounding sounds, movements, such as cyclists, so they do not attack them as mostly dogs is doing. It is safe to say that these dogs will bite the least, although they are large.

2.Labrador retriever. This is the perfect character dogs with a stable nervous system, so you are protected from aggression or reckless actions and bites. He is very friendly, loves children. They are easy to train because they are very intelligent. This is a very loyal dog.

3.Shetland sheepdog. He is a stable character dog who almost never do not bite. Some dog trainers argue that the Shetland Sheepdog has an innate loyalty and obedience master sense. They obey his master and easily to carry out commands. These dogs did agree with adults and with children and other animals. Although they love to bark, but they bite the least.

4.Welsh terrier. It's funny and intelligent dogs who will bite rarely. While these dogs are very cautious with strangers, but they are not aggressive. With his family, they behave very friendly, loves children, even agree with cats if they grow together from an early age. This is a great choice for people who want a small, friendly, and a dog, who bites a little.

5.Yorkshire terrier. It is a small but brave and courageous puppy. He bites very rarely, if he bites, his bite is harmless because this puppy is a miniature. They are friendly with children and also with other dogs. However, they are very fond of barking and loud, but totally non-aggressive and he bites the least.

6.Beagle. These dogs loves everyone - adults, children, other dogs and even cats, so the probability that the beagle would bite is minimal. It is a very friendly and cheerful dogs that require a lot of patience in teaching them. However, the Beagle is good by nature, so it is absent aggressive and peaceful dog. This is a great choice for those who are afraid of dog bites.

7.Pointer. These dogs are very friendly. He will welcome your guests by barking, but he will meet them very friendly and warm. They are absent aggressive and they ignores aggressive behavior with them, so they need to be trained very gently. They are great friends of children, but they are not good guards. Pointers has a good and stable character, so they do not act recklessly. These dogs will bite a little.

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