Some dog breeds are born to be sociable with other animals and humans.
Some dog breeds are born to be sociable with other animals and humans.

These are the 10 most and least sociable breeds of cute pup - from the shy Vizsla to the outgoing Golden Retriever 🐶

Some breeds of dog are predisposed to getting on well with pretty much everyone, while others will often shy away from both human and canine company.

Wednesday, 6th July 2022, 10:32 am

A huge number of us decided to welcome new puppies into our homes in the last two years – Kennel Club figures show dog ownership soared by nearly 8 percent and post-lockdown demand for four-legged friends remains high.

There are a whopping 221 different breeds of pedigree dog to choose from, alongside numerous crossbreeds, so there’s plenty of thinking to do before you select your family’s latest addition.

Our lifestyle has a huge bearing on which type of dog will work best for us – if you have limited space you might want to look at small dogs, while the more elderly pet owner should place certain breeds at the top of their wishlist.

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Some breeds are sure to be a hit both at the park, where they will enjoy playing with other dogs, and at home, welcoming human friends and strangers alike.

Meanwhile, other dogs have a reputation for being timid, uncertain of their fellow canines and shy of humans thay don’t know well.

Here are the 10 most sociable and timid breeds of dog according to the American Kennel Club.

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