If you’ve been thinking about getting a new puppy over the last 18 months then you’re not alone, with the Kennel Club reporting the number of people welcoming new dogs into their homes has soared over the pandemic.
Another thing to take into account is that certain breeds are significantly more excitable than others.
So, if you want a dog that will spend most of their time relaxing by the fire and will be unflappable in the face of children, noises, smells, new places and strangers – these are probably not the dogs for you.
On the other hand, there’s never a dull moment with these canines, who will keep you on your toes and will always let you know exactly how they are feeling.
These are the ten breeds of dog that are predisposed to being most excitable.
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