5 Dog Breeds That you Can Take With You Outdoor

It’s summer and for all the adventurers this is the perfect time to go out. Exploring, hiking and all outdoor activities are the ones that you do with your friends. As alternative, why not explore the outside world with some of the most active dog breeds?

So, if you like that much playing outdoor with your dog, why not find out what are the best 5 dog breeds to take with you. 

Any of them are just perfect to easily explore the outside world.

1.Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russell via elelur.com

This dog is filled with energy and enthusiasm for running around, so this breed can tackle many obstacles because he’s so agile.

You can take him on hiking and even rock climbing since he loves a good challenge. Even though the Jack Russell is short and can’t go for miles, he is very smart and he will find a way to climb any obstacle in front of him. More, he loves kids so you can take the little ones with you in a hiking day.


Husky via vetstreet.brightspotcdn.com

Having a thick coat allows the Husky to have high endurance in cold weather. So if you want to go on winter adventures, this is the breed for you as this dog really enjoys the snow.

These guys love to take long hikes, camping trips and all that in tough weather conditions. They want to be in charge, so loading them with extra gear will be a blast for them. They are often used to carry the equipment in tough terrains.

3. Viszla

Viszla hungarian breed via vetstreet.com

Created in Hungary to work as a pointer and retriever, the Vizsla dog breed has an aristocratic bearing. All he wants, though, is to be loved. He’s a super companion for an active family who can provide him with the exercise and attention he craves.

This dog breed is very athletic, active, and light on its feet. They are full of energy, and agility and can quickly find a path between trees in the forest. Because they have short fir they are only suitable for warmer conditions.

The Vizslas are very faithful to their master, and they will be by your side the whole trip.

4. Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever via http://www.akc.org

The Labrador Retriever was bred to be both a friendly companion and a useful working pal. Historically, he earned his keep as a fisherman’s helper: hauling nets, fetching ropes, and retrieving fish from the chilly North Atlantic.

Today’s Labrador Retriever is as good as his ancestors, and he’s America’s most popular breed. These days the Lab works as a retriever for hunters, as a search and rescue dog, so you can easily use him in all your outdoor activities.

5.German Shepherd

German Shepherd via dogtime.com

The German Shepherd Dog is one of the dogs that deserves all the attention as he is a very popular dog breed.

There is a good reason for this.

He’s an intelligent and capable dog. His devotion and courage are unmatched.

He is amazingly versatile, excelling at most anything when trained well: guide and assistance work for the handicapped, police and military service, herding, search and rescue, drug detection and last but not least, a faithful outdoor companion. 

With the right training, these breeds make for some of the best adventure dogs out there. But just remember—every dog is only as good as its human so treat well your pal, and make sure he has much of your attention when he is out there with you for several days.

Do you have a dog? How often do you go out with him? Please leave your comments below.

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