The best dogs for lawyers are those who have a strong sense of self. These dogs often “own” their owners and enjoy being engaged, especially when engaged in play with other animals. Some examples of the best dogs for lawyers are: border collies, Labradors or retrievers, Australian shepherds or Malamutes, German shepherd/border collies mixes (the larger breeds tend to be more dominant than smaller ones), Golden Retriever-collie crossbreeds (e.g., golden retriever+german shepherd), Labrador retrievers and German shepherd pinschers. When considering size do not rely solely on weight; some puppies will grow faster than others based upon genetics alone! If you must choose between two equally bred pups consider which one is most likely to become aggressive due to temperament issues later in life. The better choice may be the second dog because they were raised by parents who taught them manners early on so that he becomes less dominant over time.
I read your article about choosing your new baby’s toy but I’ve run into another problem – how can I pick my puppy’s toy?
Keeping in mind that no matter what kind of dog you end up with it is important to provide exercise opportunities daily this isn’t too difficult an issue at all! First off make sure the environment where you will keep your pup has outlets available for him if possible – electric fencing leads work well since they come with batteries included or easily acquired separately – otherwise