Top 10 Medium-Size Dog Breeds for Your Lifestyle

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Australian Shepherd

"Australian Shepherds: Intelligent, high-energy herding breed, excels in dog sports like flying disc and agility. Loyal, friendly companions, need mental/physical outlets."

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Basenji

Basenji: Unique African hound. Barkless, yodel-like sound. Sleek, elegant appearance. Independent, intelligent, cat-like grooming. Loyal, bonds deeply with loved ones.

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Basset Hound

Basset Hound: Easygoing, distinct appearance. Low to the ground with short legs, medium-size. Regular ear and coat cleaning needed. Ideal for quiet to moderately active homes.

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Beagle

Happy-go-lucky Beagle: Moderately active, friendly, and sweet. Small side of medium range, fits well in smaller spaces, yet durable for energetic play or long hikes.

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Bearded Collie

"Bearded Collie: Clever, outgoing breed. Appears large due to fluffy coat but lean and agile. Regular brushing needed for coat care, around 50 pounds in size."

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Border Collie

"Border Collie: Super smart, high-energy, medium-size. Athletic and loves to work. Needs mental/physical challenges to avoid boredom and destructive behavior. Affectionate in active homes."

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Boykin Spaniel

Boykin Spaniel: Friendly, alert bird dog and easygoing house pet. <40 pounds, great for hunting or cuddling. Skilled swimmer, ideal for active or relaxed households."

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Brittany

"Brittany: Medium-size hunting dog, high-energy, excels in agility. Active engagement needed for an upbeat, affectionate companion. Best suited for active homes."

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Bulldog

"Bulldog: Stout with short muzzle and snoring. Mid-size range due to muscle. Energetic when young, calmer in adulthood. Friendly, calm, but prone to various health issues."

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Bull Terrier

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"Bull Terrier: Charming, playful goofball. Medium-size with large-boned, muscular body. Entertaining bursts of energy. Needs exercise and training to prevent restlessness."

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