Boxers are playful and will play with children. It's an energetic dog that can go toe-to-toe with children that love the outdoors. Children admire its quirky, childlike charm.


Labs are family-oriented. They're even-tempered and rarely aggressive. They're smart, friendly, and gentle. They're good with kids and pets. They allow hugs, pats, and pokes. Their laidback attitude is great for young families. 

Labrador Retriever

A golden retriever is a longer-haired Labrador. They're peaceful, laid-back, tolerant, and non-aggressive. This breed can become hyperactive and unruly if not properly exercised.

Golden Retriever

Poodles are smart and friendly. Poodles have childlike vitality. Poodles are affectionate, patient, and gentle. Toy, small, or normal sizes are available.


This small dog loves to play and isn't hyper. It's warm, amusing, and has kid-like vitality. It's a little dog that doesn't overwhelm kids. If a youngster is too rough, it may snap to alert them there's a limit.

Bichon Frise

Beagles are amiable, smart, and not too huge, making them good for kids. Though some are hyper, they respond well to training. They're a gregarious breed that loves kids. They're loyal and great with kids. 


These lively pups love kids. They can keep up with youngsters and tolerate everything (like Toto from "The Wizard of Oz"). They're nice with children and affectionate. 

Cairn Terrier

This loving, protective breed must be trained. Young German shepherds are playful. They're kind to relatives yet distrustful of outsiders. They're smart and can learn practically anything.

German Shepherd

Shelties resemble "Lassie" collies. They're quiet, patient, and tolerant with kids of all sizes. Shelties like people. The breed is energetic and good with kids but needs training to stop nipping and herding. 

Shetland Sheepdog

Pugs play with youngsters. This brachycephalic (flat-faced) breed shouldn't be overworked because it overheats easily, so brief play sessions and rest snuggling with its humans is ideal.


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