Golden retrievers are portrayed as family dogs. Goldens are lovely, patient, and smart. Search and rescue, therapy, and comfort dogs often include golden retrievers.
Labrador retrievers. America's favorite. Friendly labs. They are friendly and trainable, making them service dogs for the blind, disabled, therapy dogs etc.
German shepherds hunted and herded. Police, SAR, and the military use them as service dogs due to their intelligence and work ethic. This breed is devoted and perfect for active families.
Bernese mountain dogs would die to save someone imprisoned. Protective but non-aggressive. Despite their size, they're kind, especially to children, and like family activities.
Alaskan Malamutes, previously bred to hunt bears and seals, are now gentle giants that make good companions for active families. They're too nice to be guard dogs.
Goldendoodles are good for families with allergies. Goldendoodles, like poodles, are hypoallergenic. This breed is smart, athletic, affectionate, and wonderful with kids and animals.
Gentle giants are Great Danes. These giant dogs are calm and just need a few walks a day once they're grown. Great Danes love kids, but they may knock them over with a bump.
Rottweilers may be overprotective of their children and intervene when they play with other children. Dogs may chase running youngsters due of their prey drive.