Dog Breeds That Do Well Outside

"Gray Ghost," the Weimaraner is a hunting dog known for its sleek, silver coat, friendliness, and obedience.  

Chihuahuas are the smallest dog breed and they're packed with a lot of energy. They don't usually need a large space because of their size, but going outside is a great way to get their energy out 

This small dog breed isn't equipped for long-distance exercise, but they are almost always packed with energy. Dachshunds were bred to hunt, so they are very brave and a bit stubborn. 

This breed thrives when in an open outdoor space to run around and play in. Farmers would benefit from owning an Australian Cattle Dog for their expert skills at hunting, chasing, and moving livestock. 


Owners will need to lead a very active lifestyle if they plan on caring for a Border Collie. They are one of the smartest dog breeds and need constant stimulation.

Chow Chows are very muscular and compact. They are incredibly easy to train, but need to be socialized early in order to stop them from becoming aggressive. 

Bernese Mountain Dogs are intelligent and calm. Their tri-colored coat helps them withstand harsh weather and they were bred to help on farms and pastures in Switzerland. 

Even though they are small, Jack Russell Terriers are one of the most energetic dog breeds of all time. They love to be outdoors either taking long walks, playing games, or exploring their surroundings. 

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