Meet the world's most loyal dog breeds

While Australian shepherds aren't the friendliest dogs, they make great teammates. The famed herding dog is smart and hardworking.

Australian Shepherds Work Hard With You

Rhodesian Ridgebacks are friendly but not powerful in the wild. These dogs were raised in Africa to pursue lions and be loyal to their families.

Rhodesian Ridgebacks Are Loyal

These pure white fluff balls grin constantly for a reason. Sledding dogs have upward-facing mouth corners to prevent drool and icicles.

Samoyeds Love Teamwork

Welsh Springer Spaniels, one of Britain's oldest sporting breeds, thrive in all conditions due to their waterproof coat. Thus, they'll accompany you wherever.

Welsh Springer Spaniels Are Loyal.

Friendly and sociable Labrador retrievers are known. These dogs will bond with their owners and family and be devoted. Labs are active, so expect lots of outside time.

Loving and Active Labrador Retrievers

Shibas are a recent US dog breed. In Japan, these dogs are popular. Their fox-like fur and style fit their robust attitude.

Shiba Inus Will Protect You.

Corgis were Queen Elizabeth II's beloved pets. Known for being friendly but not needy, the breed makes great home dogs.

Corgis Are Friendly

Although Newfoundlands are the world's largest dogs, they are patient and loyal. The hefty canines can weigh as much as some adults, yet they are too sweet to be dangerous.

Patient and Devoted Newfoundlands

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