The best dogs for joggers may depend on how far you run, and in what kind of weather. Here are 20 breeds that usually make great jogging partners.
The Braque du Bourbonnais, an ancient breed from France, loves the outdoors but can suffer severe separation anxiety if left alone for a long time.
Extremely friendly and family oriented, this little dog is easy to train. Read our Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed profile.
Tornjaks are friendly, affectionate dogs that are also rare, so you may have to search high and low to adopt one.
Redbone Coonhounds are active, playful hunting dogs who are good with children and other dogs, although they might chase cats and smaller animals.
Meet the Australian Shepherd, a loyal, hardworking and fun-loving dog who makes a great pet for families and individuals.
English Foxhounds have loving personalities and need a lot of exercise. Learn more in this breed profile.
The intelligent Swedish Lapphund is lovable and easy to train, making this dog a great family pet.
Brussels Griffons are small, spunky and intelligent dogs with great personalities who enjoy the company of other dogs and cats.
Known for their excellent work ethic, GSDs also make great family dogs.
An ideal family pet, the Norwegian Buhund is a happy, affectionate and active herding dog who loves children.
The Maltese is known for being affectionate and playful. These little dogs are also active indoors and make great family pets.
Historically used for hunting, Plott Hounds make good family pets, but they can be a little noisy.
Borzoi dogs are fast, beautiful and tall. They are also pretty intelligent but can be stubborn.
Bull Terriers are fun, energetic dogs with goofy personalities and an unmistakable appearance. Find out more about this unique breed in our profile.