The 3 Best Breeds For College Students

  • 23/10/2019
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College represents one of the best periods of anyone’s life. During these years you will have the best moments of your life, having the opportunity to make new friends and attend fantastic parties. Moreover, a college prepares you for becoming an adult. You will learn a lot of things about the subjects that interest you the most. But, college is also the right time when you take additional responsibility and take care of a puppy. Whether you already have one at your parents’ house and you want to bring it with you, or you want to have a new family member, you should be aware that not all breeds are suitable for college students. Keep reading this article and discover which are the best breeds to have with you during college.

The three best breeds for college students

●       Golden Retriever

It is one of the most popular breeds, which is suitable both for kids and adults. A golden retriever will immediately get attached and fill your days with entertainment and energy. Moreover, golden retrievers are very intelligent. So, they will quickly understand your orders, and you will be able to train them.

On the other hand, they have loads of energy. Thus, you will have to keep them busy if you want to have an easy life. Still, spending a lot of time with your puppy can be dangerous for your college performance as you won’t have enough time for studying.

●       Poodle

According to Melanie Sovan, a college tutor and writer at TrustMyPaper and GrabMyEssay recommends a poodle because “it has all the characteristics that a student needs. It is smart, affectionate, and always ready for adventure”. Moreover, when you take a poodle for a walk, you will automatically turn heads. This dog has an unusual appearance, allowing you to groom him according to your imagination. Another important aspect is that it doesn’t trigger any allergy. So, your roommate won’t have anything to complain about. Its downside is that they have a lot of energy and require constant grooming. Depending on your schedule and availability to take care of such a special dog, you can enjoy having a poodle during college.

●       Lhasa Apso

This breed was developed to guard the royal family in Tibet. Despite their small size, these dogs can be very noisy when they detect an intruder going on their territory. Apart from its immense courage, a Lhasa Apso is also very loving. However, they can become a bit too shy when they meet someone for the first time. Their most significant advantage is that they can stay home alone without causing any significant damage. So, you can go out with your friends or to a party without worrying about your dog. Also, their small dimensions make them just perfect when living on the campus. The only thing you should take care of is grooming as they have medium hair.

Conclusion

Taking care of a dog during college can be an excellent exercise for the future adult. Apart from being a fun experience, spending every day with a dog can be a huge responsibility. You will have to feed it, take it for a walk several times a day, and groom it according to its needs. On the other hand, a dog teaches you how to love unconditionally and will fill you with good energy every day.

Bio:

Bridgette Hernandez is a senior editor at Studicus. She has a vast experience writing about educational methods and how animals can be a great help in shaping students’ personality. Her articles have been featured on various websites like BestEssay.Education, WowGrade, SupremeDissertations, or IsAccurate. Her passion for dogs gave Bridgette the opportunity to work with hundreds of species so far and discover the characteristics of each of them.

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