Charming, patient, low-key. That's how the American Kennel Club describes the Basset Hound. Like the Bloodhound, Basset Hounds have amazing noses. They will sniff out anything and make great companions on hunting trips. They even have a loud, distinctive bark to let you know they've found the object of their investigation.
California: French Bulldog
California had lots of preferences, which makes sense because so many residents reside there. The Golden State enjoys Poodles, Huskies, Cocker Spaniels, and Pomeranians, but after data was collected from many cities across the state, the results are in: Frenchies. The French Bulldog is small dog that looks like a puppy, even into adulthood. They have large bat-like ears and compressed faces, but their playful and sweet disposition is unbeatable. These quiet dogs make exemplary companion animalsójust ask Martha.
Connecticut: Siberian Husky
While Arctic movies show these dogs as serious, hard-working animals, the Siberian Husky loves playtime. These friendly and social dogs are not only beautiful to look at, they're funny, too. Known for a "mischievous" demeanor, these intelligent dogs need lots of entertainment and stimulation, otherwise they might resort to entertaining themselves, and digging up your rose garden in the process.
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