Like many other dog breeds, the Munsterlander can be found in two sizes too. There is the large Munsterlander and the small, both equally impressive. The Munsterland is known to be very patient, loyal, and calm, therefor would make an excellent family dog. The only thing you would have to get used to if you decide to take in a Musnterlander is that they tend to bark at almost anything. Even the quietest sound will get them going.
They are eager to spend time outdoors, so a garden is a must when considering one of these. They need around two hours every day of outside activity, so if you can’t spare the time, we should suggest thinking of a different breed to take home.
If there were a beauty competition in the dog world, the Hungarian Vizsla would definitely be in the final four competitors. The Vizsla is noble, very affectionate, and can be great company. It is full of characters and demands plenty of outside time.
The Vizsla is very loyal to its pack leader and the rest of the family so it can get a little overprotective at times. Now, if there is one thing that the Vizsla hates, it is to be left alone. Be prepared to receive a puppy face look from your dog, no matter how old it is, every time you leave the house without it.
King Charles Spaniel
Better known as Charlie, the King Charles Spaniel is a very attractive small breed that grasps attention anywhere it goes. It has attractive, great big eyes and a semi-long coat in red, black, white, or tricolor. The King Charles is a breed full of character and has been around for more than a century.
Is this the best dog for you? Well, if you are looking for a new member of the family, someone to keep the little children happy and run around with them all day, someone to cuddle with when it is cold outside, then King Charles is definitely for you.
Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is the smallest member of the retriever family. It has a magnificent long tail and can be recognized for the white tips on its feet. The Nova Scotia's coat can be found in dark orange shades or a deep red color. They are bright, full of fun, and make the perfect family pet.
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is the happiest when they have tasks and work to do, so just because it has a gentle and loving appearance doesn't mean it can sit all do and do nothing. Like most retrievers, the Nova Scotia will keep you very much occupied, too.
The pointer, which can also be referred to as the English Pointer, was first introduced in the early 16th century and has been known to be the hunter's favorite companion when out looking for game. It was brought to England in the 18th century from Spain and has adapted well to the British way of living.
The pointer earned its name due to the way it holds its head in such a proud and pointy way. They are known to get on well with other dogs, so if you already have one and are thinking of extending the family, the pointer could be the answer for you.