Labs are known for their friendly and outgoing nature. They are more likely to greet strangers with a wagging tail than to act as guard dogs.
Golden Retrievers are known for their gentle and loving disposition. They are rarely aggressive and tend to get along with everyone.
Beagles are friendly and sociable dogs. They are not typically protective and may be more interested in following their nose than guarding your home.
Basset Hounds are known for their calm and easygoing nature. They are not known to be aggressive or protective.
These small dogs are affectionate and friendly companions. They are not typically chosen for guard dog roles.
Shih Tzus are known for their friendly and gentle personalities. They are more likely to be a lap dog than a guard dog.
Newfoundlands are giant, sweet-natured dogs that are more likely to save you from drowning than protect your home from intruders.
Despite their imposing size, Great Danes are often referred to as "gentle giants." They tend to be friendly and good-natured rather than aggressive guard dogs.