These large-breed dogs are big goofballs. With playful and outgoing temperaments, Boxers consider everyone they meet their next BFF.
In addition to their eccentric looks, Brussels Griffons have been described as a “comically self-important” breed that prefers constant companionship.
Natural entertainers, appearing on the big screen in movies like Legally Blonde and Beverly Hills Chihuahua.
This breed, called “Bouledouge Francais” in their native country of France, are known for being playful and smart in equal measure.
Golden Retrievers were bred as working dogs, but their gorgeous golden locks and sweet temperaments allowed them to become popular.
Pembroke Welsh Corgis might have been regal enough to reside in Buckingham Palace, but they have a silly side too.
Poms are small dogs with big personalities. Weighing less than seven pounds, the breed is affectionate and protective in equal measure.
Poodles aren’t just one of the most intelligent dog breeds; they’re also one of the most entertaining.
The Pug’s history dates back to the 1500s when it became the mascot of the Royal House of Orange in Holland.
Few breeds stand out in a crowd (or herd!) like the Puli (pronounced “poo-lee”).