Some breeds of dogs are considered as puppies throughout their lives, and the reason may be because of their physical appearance or because of their personality.The animals that we are going to show you next are characterized by continuing to preserve in their adult stage the desire to play, the same energy as when they were puppies and even the same innocence.
Although we start the list with this breed and it probably surprises some, the boxer is well known for being “the eternal puppy”. This breed stands out among others for its great sympathy and its endless desire to play. It originates from Germany, is large in size and can be of various colors.
His character is typical of a young dog, having a lot of vitality and constantly wanting to play. You should provide him with a good dose of exercise so that he can burn off all the energy before entering the house.
It is a breed that seems to never age, despite the fact that it is also one of the longest in the world, living up to 18 or 20 years. His physique barely changes due to his small size.
This breed of dog has a sweet and tender look like that of a puppy, and even if it grows, it hardly changes its physical appearance. They are very active and playful animals.
This little dog is very common in families for its jovial character. It is a perfect company for the children of the house and is a protective and family dog.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
It is a breed of small dog, with an active and cheerful temperament. They love the company, not only of humans but also of other pets.
This breed has three sizes: miniature, medium and giant. They are very intelligent, energetic, guardian and faithful dogs. With good training, it obeys at first and is an animal that enjoys great self-confidence.
This breed is characterized by being active, happy, sociable, noble and affectionate, but it also needs constant attention from its owners. Its brown eyes and sharp snout give it a youthful appearance throughout its life.
It is a breed of small size product of the combination of Scottish and English terriers. Its weight does not usually exceed 3.2 kg and, despite falling within the category of company dog, it has a restless and very active temperament.He also has a strong personality, loves to be the center of attention and is very intelligent. It has a high life expectancy, living up to 17 years.