With the nickname "The King of Terriers," you know this pup is an all-star. While not too lovey-dovey, the Airedale Terrier is good with children and other dogs,
Their herding instinct is perfect for helping roundup the kids to get ready and go, and while they are generally excellent with children, it's important to supervise them if the kiddos get rowdy as they might nip at them.
Now this is a very lovey-dovey pup, according to AKC. The medium-size dog is known for being docile, open to strangers and patient with children.
Hailing from Italy, not only do these dogs like children, they will go to great length to protect them. Because of that, you'll need to make sure you have them on a strong leash around strangers.
Energetic and lively, this pup will only grow to be around 20–30 pounds. They are good with children, especially those who are willing to play with them as they are puppies at heart.
If shedding's really a concern, try one of these cute pups. While no dog generates zero allergens, these silky-haired terriers grow.
Before you lump them in with other small white dog breeds, know that Bichons "operate under the assumption that there are no strangers, just friends they haven't met yet," according to the AKC.
For families that think big, consider a gentle giant like the Bernese Mountain Dog. They can top 100 pounds, but underneath all that fluff is a sweet, warm-hearted pet known for its gentle nature with children.
Alaskan Malamutes will do anything to please their pack, both human and canine. Built to work as sled dogs, these powerful pups need a leader to set a consistent training and exercise regimen.