10 Most Loyal, True-Blue Dog Breeds

1. Border Collie

Border Collies are brilliant and energetic. They're also the most loyal dogs. They adore work and will follow you everywhere. Border Collies love their people but get along with other dogs.

2. Golden Retriever

Why are Golden Retrievers so popular in the US? They crave attention and company. Goldens are gentle with children and other animals.

3. German Shepherd

German Shepherds are loyal and intelligent working canines. They're terrific family pets. German Shepherds' trainability makes them popular pets. They'll do anything for their family.

4. Catahoula Leopard Dog

Catahoula Leopard Dogs are great companions. Loyal, protective, and smart. They're gentle with kids and great family members. Catahoulas attach strongly with their owners, so you've got a lifelong buddy.

5. American Staffordshire Terrier

American Staffordshire Terriers are "true-blue" pups. The breed has a terrible rap, yet if treated with love and socialized, they are some of the most devoted dogs you will ever meet. 

6. Weimaraner

Weimaraners are lovely, loyal, and goofy. They will do anything for their families. They are perceptive and can read your emotions. Weimaraners love training and playing because of their great intellect.

7. Dachshund

Dachshunds are sweet and spunky. These little dogs growl at strangers to defend their owners. Active yet not hyperactive. Dachshunds love people and other dogs, especially if nurtured with them from puppyhood.

8. Australian Cattle Dog

Australian Cattle Dogs are eager to please their owners. They're lively and need lots of exercise. Australian Cattle Dogs are natural herders and are happiest when working. 

9. Whippet

Whippet loyalty is legendary. This breed is devoted to their owners and will collect and carry goods around the house or yard. They're affectionate and social. This breed is a cuddler.

10. Great Dane

Great Danes are loyal and goofy. They need family and cherish their folks. Great Danes mature slowly, so be prepared for a big dog with a puppy's demeanor. These sensitive dogs love.

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