labrador retriev­er. The dog is human-ori­ent­ed, swims well and with­stands mod­er­ate phys­i­cal exer­tion. The dog’s favorite game is bring­ing objects. The Labrador is ready to play fetch for hours, care­ful­ly bring­ing the ball, stick or Fris­bee plate even to 3‑year-old chil­dren. Thanks to the “soft mouth”, the dog will nev­er grab and injure the child’s hand. And a sta­ble psy­che will allow you not to respond to loud screams and care­less touch­es.

Gold­en retriev­er. Dogs of this breed are patient and socia­ble. The breed is often used as ther­a­py dogs at pet ther­a­py ses­sions in chil­dren’s reha­bil­i­ta­tion cen­ters.

Eng­lish bull­dog. Eng­lish Bull­dogs are gen­tle and a lit­tle lazy pets who like to climb on a soft sofa and spend time with the own­er in front of the TV or play with his chil­dren. Dai­ly walks take no more than an hour and can be lim­it­ed to the court­yard of your own house.

Pug. The dog is mod­er­ate­ly play­ful and agile, gets along well with chil­dren of all ages and is reserved at the sight of strangers. The rea­son for this is a bal­anced psy­che with­out sud­den mood swings.

Cav­a­lier King Charles Spaniel. Com­pan­ion dog for active peo­ple, fam­i­lies with chil­dren and ani­mals, and even the elder­ly. Cav­a­liers are accom­mo­dat­ing, not aggres­sive and know how to per­fect­ly adapt to their mas­ter and the rhythm of his life.

Welsh Cor­gi. Easy to get along with cats and oth­er ani­mals. Care­ful­ly pro­tect small chil­dren. They are ide­al com­pan­ions for fam­i­lies liv­ing in big cities. They are easy to keep even in small apart­ments, pro­vid­ed that they often play with the pet.

St. Bernard. The St. Bernard is one of the strongest res­cue dogs, safe to live with young chil­dren. The ani­mal is dis­tin­guished by high dili­gence and kind­ness to humans. And his calm, slight­ly phleg­mat­ic char­ac­ter is bal­anced by a for­mi­da­ble appear­ance that inspires fear in strangers.

Bichon Frise.Almost the kind­est crea­ture on the plan­et will give you love and ten­der­ness. It looks like a soft toy, but in fact it is a smart, affec­tion­ate, car­ing and loy­al friend.

Boston Ter­ri­er. Boston Ter­ri­ers give the impres­sion of a small­er copy of the Ger­man box­er. These dogs have a cheer­ful and play­ful dis­po­si­tion, but at the same time they are patient enough not to show aggres­sion towards the child.

Cairn Ter­ri­er. These fun­ny wolf-like ter­ri­ers are very fond of chil­dren and are ready to spend time in active games for a long time. The Cairn Ter­ri­er is a won­der­ful fam­i­ly com­pan­ion. This is a cheer­ful and active dog, pos­sess­ing per­sis­tent patience in order to endure even the most annoy­ing babies with­out show­ing aggres­sion.

Whichev­er breed you choose, the behav­ior of a dog depends not least on its nutri­tion. How play­ful and calm the dog will be depends on whether his body receives all the nec­es­sary vit­a­mins and min­er­als, just as prop­er nutri­tion is the basis for the prop­er func­tion­ing of the dog’s immune and ner­vous sys­tem. The com­po­si­tion of com­plete food for dogs “Dil­li” includes only high-qual­i­ty nat­ur­al ingre­di­ents that help strength­en the immune sys­tem and main­tain health. Thanks to the pres­ence of essen­tial fat­ty acids omega 3 and 6, the dog’s skin will look healthy and coat shiny. A bal­anced com­po­si­tion of vit­a­mins and min­er­als will pro­vide a great mood and long life for your pet!