Border collies are beloved pets due to their positive temperaments, high levels of intelligence, and impeccable obedience.
These canines not only have a high IQ, but they also possess a high degree of intuition and can read their owners' emotions just by looking at them.
German shepherds with black and tan coats typically have a life expectancy of 7-10 years and weigh 29-40 kg at maturity.
These medium-sized, sturdy dogs often live for 10-12 years, reach a weight of 29-34 kg, and never lose their sweet, lovable dispositions or their trademark grins.
Doberman pinschers are the largest dog breeds, with some individuals reaching heights of over 2 feet.
These Shelties were first developed in the Shetland Islands off the coast of Scotland, and their slim muzzles, thick coats, and kind expressions make them beautiful pets.
Labrador retrievers weigh between 29 and 36 kilogrammes (64 and 79 pounds), making them strong enough to serve as narcotics and bomb detection squad dogs or as guiding dogs.
Papillons are well-known among the affluent and royal families because to their charming personalities and stately demeanour.
These large, muscular dogs have black coats of medium length with rusty patterns on the legs, face, and chest.