Border Collies have strong herding instincts and are quite active. Want to disturb, excel at running, agility and hiking.
Have a lot of energy and possibly suffer from separation anxiety. Possibility of misbehaviour when alone.
Belgian Malinois require cerebral stimulation. Intelligent, dependable and motivated. Not the best as simple household pets.
Jindos can be evasive, independent, and distant. Not the cuddly kind, but excellent company for individuals who dislike overt displays of affection.
Affenpinschers are little, comical canines with a strong will. They enjoy amusing people and will act naughty to attract attention.
Enthusiastic, enjoy being outside, and have a tendency to misbehave until they get their way. Can be loud and have temper tantrums but are loving.
Small, inquisitive and self-assured. Are excellent companions but to maintain good behavior, they need to exercise frequently.
J. Russell Terriers are little but energetic. To stop destructive conduct, they must engage in daily physical activity and cerebral stimulation.
As puppies, Labrador Retrievers are infamous for stealing and other mischievous behaviour. Their appetites may cause them to act dangerously.
Active, affectionate, loyal and playful. To help them be social and to assure appropriate behavior, they need a lot of training.