10 Most Popular Dog Breeds in South Africa

  1. The breed received its official name in honor of the historical region of Pomerania, which is located on the Baltic coast. The exact place where these dogs came from is unknown, but some researchers associate their appearance with the northern European part - where the German Spitz comes from. The Pomeranians gained wide popularity in the 18th century, being pets of ordinary people, and after falling into the families of the aristocracy and royal palaces.

  2. In his home country of England, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier has earned the nickname "nanny dog" for its reputation as a playmate and guardian for children. Despite its fierce appearance, this dog is affectionate and non-aggressive. The breed is kind, obedient, and cheerful. Although not looking for problems, Staffordshire will not give up the challenge and does not always agree with other dogs. Obedience training is possible, although this is not Staffordshire's greatest strength.

  3. Rottweilers were bred for protection and protection, which should always be remembered. Well, socialized Rottweilers get along well with humans and other dogs, but males are sometimes a little aggressive and tend to dominate. These dogs are active, intelligent, and completely confident in themselves to act independently, and therefore they need to be guided even from puppyhood.

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