Top 5 Most Loyal Dog Breeds (One Master)
Many people are looking for the most loyal dog breed they can find for various reason they want a best friend that is going to stand beside them and not want but one master.
Dog Breeds Loyal to One Master
When we talk about having a dog that is loyal this could mean in more than one way, you will have dog breeds that are very loyal to just one master, meaning that one single person is who they prefer over everyone.
At other times people are pursuing a breed because they want a loyal dog breed that will remain loyal to all family members within a household, this will include the children. Having a dog watching over them and protecting them.
Today I wanted to point out these breeds are going to be the ones that are most loyal to one master (one person) making sure that one person is taken care of faithfully within their powers.
Do not take this as all the dogs in this breed will be this way training has much to do with a dog’s personality and temperament and how they turn out when grown.
This is just from general observation with the following breeds that their characteristics lean toward them being most loyal to one master (one person) as companions and protectors.
Everyone has an opinion on the breeds that are the most loyal to a single master but these are the ones that I have found to be the most popular.
List of One Master Loyal Breeds
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is one of the smallest of the spaniels and has been bred to be a loyal companion for generations. They are very affectionate, gentle dogs that do well with little exercise and enjoy relaxing on the couch.
The Pekingese is a toy breed from China originally created for the sole purpose of companionship. They were favored by Chinese royalty and were the most common breed found to be companions in the Chinese Imperial Court.
Although the Yorkshire Terrier was once a rat-baiting dog, it has long been bred as a lapdog and companion. Most often seen in purses now, they are moderately active but enjoy ample time relaxing at home with their owners.
The Lhasa Apso comes from Tibet and they were a favorite companion to Buddhist monks in monasteries. They make great watchdogs, alerting their owners to strangers on the property.
The Bulldog was originally bred for bull-baiting, but once the blood sport was outlawed he became the clownish companion he is today. They are a lazy breed, require minimal exercise and have wonderful personalities.
Other Companion Dogs
The above list is not conclusive in any way for a companion dog for a single master, many things can contribute to how a dog is going to turn out as an adult.
Spending time with a dog is the greatest thing you can do if you are going to be the only master for the animal.
The more attention you give your dog the more favoritism he/she is going to place on you.
Even loyal family dogs will pick a favorite in the household that they will spend more time with than the rest of the family because this is the person who feeds them and takes them out for walks.
Loyal Dog Breeds
When people look for a loyal dog breed what they need to realize is all dogs are loyal to their masters it is you that need to be loyal to your dog.
Sure that sounds strange I am sure but when you get a dog you need to make sure that you take care of them as you would a child because, in essence, this is what they are to you for their lifetime.
They require love and nurturing to grow into the responsible dog that you want just like a child must have guidance and discipline, so must a dog.
Training your dog or puppy to behave and act the way you want them to takes time and patience it will not happen overnight or in a weeks time, being firm but not overbearing and consistent is an important key in training your dog.
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