Each dog has a unique personality and according to body size and activity will have different eating needs. However, there will be dog breeds that tend to love eating more than other breeds.
#1 – Beagle
The Beagle is a small hunting dog originating from England. They have large ears, a cute face, and a tail often erect. The Beagle is friendly, fun, gentle, easygoing, curious and has the great qualities of a family dog. However, because of excessive friendliness, they are not a good guard dog. In addition, the Beagle is very easy to take care of, they love food and may not know when to stop eating, so they need to be exercised to avoid obesity.
#2 – Bull Terrier
The Bull Terrier is a robust, big-boned terrier breed originating in England. The Bull Terrier can be both independent and stubborn so early socialization is necessary to ensure that the dog gets along well with other pets. The Bull Terrier is a courageous, affectionate, cheerful dog, a children-loving dog and a great companion. In addition, a 2008 study in Germany also did not find that the Bull Terrier had any significant difference in temperament compared to the Golden Retrievers in studies of overall temperament. The Bull Terriers also love to eat, and they also need to be sure to eat the right amount of food to get muscle.
#3 – Dachshund
The Dachshund is a very famous small breed and is called with many other names such as: Doxie, Weenie Dog, Wiener Dog, Sausage, Teckel, Dackel. They come in two sizes: standard-sized (usually 16 to 32 pounds) or miniature (11 pounds or under), and they can have one of three coat types: smooth, wirehaired, or longhaired. Dachshunds are friendly, emotional, energetic, but sometimes stubborn dogs. They always tend to want to be touched, cuddled, sit on their owner lap. And this is also the breed that loves to eat, and they can also chew and swallow things that are not food and are not good for them so they can get in trouble.
#4 – Golden Retriever
The Golden Retriever is a Scottish gundog with great beauty. Golden Retrievers are friendly, smart, devoted friends, docile, easy to train and have love in life. They are eager to please and suitable for making friends with all ages, from children to the elderly. If you want to cuddle with somebody then Golden Retrievers are a great option. However, Golden Retriever also shed a lot, requires exercise and is also prone to separation anxiety. In addition, The Golden Retriever loves food, and can eat a lot at a fast pace, so their owners should take care not to let them overeat and eat things that are not suitable for them like grapes, chocolate, etc.
#5 – Great Pyrenees
The Great Pyrenees, also known as the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, is a large breed of dog used as a livestock guardian dog. They are adapted to snow-covered mountains, and are used as dogs to protect cattle from wolves and other predators. The Great Pyrenees is an affectionate, confident, gentle, patient, calm dog. However, The Great Pyrenees can be slow to learn new commands, slow to obey and somewhat stubborn to train. The Great Pyrenees also often eat a lot and are prone to being overweight if not working and exercising.
#6 – Labrador Retriever
The Labrador Retriever is a medium-large breed of retriever-gun dog originating from United Kingdom and Canada. They have an adorable appearance and an outgoing, friendly, vivacious personality. The Labrador Retriever is a intelligent, playful, easy to train, easygoing, human-friendly dog that is suitable for making friends with all ages. The Labrador Retriever loves food, and they usually eat at a fast pace. In addition, the Labrador Retriever is often used as therapy dogs and they are also people who work hard in support and rescue work.
#7 – Norwegian Elkhound
The Norwegian Elkhound is a breed of dog of the Northern Spitz type originating from Norway. The Norwegian Elkhound is a strong and hardy dog with thick gray, white and black double coat. In the past, the Norwegian Elkhound was bred to hunt wolfs, bears and moose in cold regions of Norway. The Norwegian Elkhound is an intelligent, friendly, playful, alert, independent dog and often have an inseparable bond with their owners. Today, the Norwegian Elkhound usually receives food from their owners instead of hunting, which leads to them being prone to being overweight.
#8 – Pembroke Welsh Corgi
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a small breed of cattle dog native to Wales. They are famous for their short legs, and extremely cute appearance. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an intelligent, affection, playful, easy-to-train dog. Socializing early, they are very friendly and love their family, making family members happy is always what they want. In addition, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi also loves food and they also tend to be prone to being overweight.
#9 – Pug
The Pug is a small breed originating from China. They have large round heads, many wrinkles, a short nose and 2 big eyes that look extremely cute. Pug are lovable, fun, and a little mischievous, they are also quite lazy and like to sleep, and always likes to be with their owner. Pug is also a dog that doesn’t need grooming and exercise too much. The Pug is also a great companion for the elderly and children. However, the Pug is also a dog that likes to eat, but is quite lazy so they tend to be overweight.
#10 – Rottweiler
The Rottweiler is a medium-to-large or large breed of working dog originating from Germany. When it comes to the Rottweiler, many people probably think of a strong, muscular dog, and maybe some people are scared. However, properly raised Rottweiler, they are very sweet, loyal, courageous, playful and always ready to protect their families. The Rottweiler is a breed that loves to eat and enjoys heavy exercise, but if they have nothing to do, they are very likely to be overweight.