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8 Dog Breeds That Love To Be The Center Of Attention

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All dogs are individuals, each with their own unique personalities and quirks. Some are more reserved, some are a bit obnoxious and others are even a little bit timid. While these traits will vary from dog to dog, it’s important to note that there are certain breed characteristics that ring true for many. Some breeds, like Rottweilers, are known for their protective instincts. Others, like Border Collies, are known for their herding ability. Some breeds are known for being extremely social dogs that love being the center of attention. So if you’re looking for a dog like them, check out this list.

#1 – Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever has been the most popular dog breed in the United States and other countries for many years. With good reason, too, because they are extremely social dogs. This breed loves to be the center of attention whether they’re getting it from family members or strangers or even other animals. Labs are very friendly, outgoing and adventurous dogs that make excellent companions for people of all ages.

#2 – English Springer Spaniel

English Springer Spaniels are playful, friendly and eager to please. They are very active dogs that make an excellent choice for active families with or without children. English Springers are very outgoing dogs, social with strangers and friends alike, and enjoy spending time with all people and even other dogs.

#3 – French Bulldog

French Bulldogs are very popular companion dogs and despite their somewhat lazy disposition, they demand to be the center of attention. This breed is known for being one of the class clowns of the dog world, as they are very social and outgoing dogs. That said, they are very calm dogs and not known for needing a lot of exercise, making them suitable for apartment living.

#4 – Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever is another very popular breed. Rightfully so, as they are very even-tempered, social and willing to please. Goldens are active, outgoing dogs that enjoy spending time with their families inside and out. They make excellent companions for people of all ages and are friendly towards friends and strangers alike.

#5 – American Pit Bull Terrier

Despite their reputation, American Pit Bull Terriers are very friendly and playful dogs that love being the center of attention when it comes to people. They are known for being a great choice for very active families with children of all ages as they are outgoing, energetic dogs that just want to be with their people. This breed loves meeting strangers and making new friends.

#6 – Boston Terrier

The Boston Terrier is nicknamed “America’s Gentleman,” mostly due to their country of origin and their tuxedo-like markings. They are strong-willed but merry dogs that enjoy making new friends. Despite their size, they are very energetic dogs and enjoy getting out with their owners. They are affectionate and demand attention from friends and strangers alike. Boston Terriers are goofy little dogs, always being a source of entertainment for their families.

#7 – Brussels Griffon

Image source: Ger Dekker

The Brussels Griffon is a toy breed, but don’t let their size fool you. These little dogs are packed with personality and they demand to be noticed. They are very loyal to their families but are curious and are known for getting along well with people and even other animals such as cats and ferrets. Brussels Griffons are very affectionate and do not do well when left alone for extended periods.

#8 – German Shorthaired Pointer

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The German Shorthaired Pointer was developed to be a dedicated hunting dog but also a family companion, two traits that the breed is still known for today. These dogs are very active and social. They enjoy spending time outdoors with their families and do well around people of all ages. They are affectionate and adventurous, ready to do anything with their families.

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