The answer might shock you.
The list below is not an all-inclusive list of the best breeds for full-time employment. Many full-time jobs can be easily done by any type of dog, and many dogs are better suited to certain jobs than others. However, dogs work hard and perform well under pressure, so they are suitable for every type of work.
1. Large breed
Large breeds, such as German Shepherds, Great Danes, Labrador Retrievers, and Border Collies, are the ideal all rounders for most work. Their agility, strength, strength, and intelligence make them ideal for working in noisy environments, in harsh conditions, in high tension situations, and in situations where they are more than just work dogs. They are also capable of working with their owners and may not have the same training or physical requirements as their smaller counterparts.
German Shepherd Dogs come in a wide variety of colours, patterns and sizes ranging from very small to some enormous breeds. Their abilities to find food, find a place to sleep, and find a place into which they can go with their owner make them ideal for many work situations. Their personality makes them good with children and children’s problems, and are excellent with children in general. As long as they are not the type of dog used for hunting or pest control, they may work well in many jobs.
2. Small breed
Small breed dogs are suited for many jobs including fetch, agility, housebreaking, fetch training, and obedience, as well as many of the other tasks often associated with a dog of size. They can be easily trained, can often be walked around in relatively short distances without any problem, and are usually easier to clean or hand feed. Their lack of agility, agility related training classes or obedience classes may make them unsuitable as work dogs, but some are ideal for certain types of work.
Many small type dogs can also work as therapy animals or other service animals for those who cannot walk a large breed dog. These dogs can be an effective addition to a home that has elderly and/or disabled members, and can also be used by those with very severe and chronic health conditions.
3. Small breed (medium and large breeds)
Medium and large breed dogs are ideal for many work situations. Their agility, strength, agility-related training and obedience have made them a popular option for some people. Their size and range of breeds make them ideal for people who are