1. The chill happy dog
This is the typical friendly dog who wants to play and lick everyone he meets.
Even though they might sound dreamy, it’s not all fun and games. These are very active dogs. And if you join an active dog with an excited one, you might get chaos.
This is why they need a lot of dog training to control their excitement. But because they’re so goofy, you might find it difficult for them to take training sessions seriously.
At the end of the day, they mean no harm, but they are also innocent animals, they don’t know the difference between playing with an adult or a kid, which can lead to a bad scenario.
The key to owning these dogs is to have a firm hand and teach them that there’s a time to play, and there’s a time to be serious. These dogs might be a great match for people with type B personalities.