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5 Active & High Energy Dog Breeds

January is in full swing and those New Year resolutions to be healthy and more active are going well. Right? No? Well, not to worry you’re not the only one. A great way to keep active is a four-legged friend to keep you company on your walks or runs.

Whether you’re looking to get a pooch of your own, or even to borrow, here at BorrowMyDoggy, we’ve found the top 5 most active dog breeds that will follow you wherever you go. So start warming up and here are the dogs that would love to join you once you’re done.

Australian Shepherds
To be happy, Aussies need more than a walk around the block. Fetching a frisbee for hours is their favourite game.

English Springer Spaniels
Springer Spaniels love making a splash in your local pond. If not exercised daily, they can develop anxiety problems.

Border Collies
Play fetch with Collies and they’ll quickly bond with you. They really excel at learning new tricks.

Russell Terriers
Their endless energy is perfect for outdoorsy people. They’ll prefer a game of chase over jogging alongside you.

Weimaraner
This furless buddy will run at your side for miles. Be aware that they might become distressed if they don’t get enough activity.

Final Thoughts – Each Breed Is Special

Each dog breed is truly unique. As responsible pet parents, it is up to us to choose a dog that best fits our lifestyle. That will make the upbringing of your dog so much more enjoyable.

This post was contributed by Pippa, social puppy at BorrowMyDoggy. BorrowMyDoggy is an online community connecting owners with local dog lovers for extra love, walks, and happy holidays. Don't have a dog and are looking for an energetic dog to borrow? Or would you like your dog to burn off some energy with extra walks? Sign up to BorrowMyDoggy today!

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