You might find what you're looking for in the Boston Terrier. Boston terriers are loving dogs that form strong bonds with their owners. They also get along well with other dogs and animals.
Labrador Retrievers are known for being friendly, so it's no surprise that they made our list. Labs love to follow their people around, and when they get the chance, they'll curl up right next to you.
Even though the Cavelier King Charles Spaniel doesn't look like a normal loving dog, they are. Even though it looks like a king, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel won't think twice about coming up to you and licking your face.
The gentle and big Newfoundland comes in at number seven. Newfies are smart dogs that can grow up to 150 pounds, which means they have a lot of love to share.
The link between a Rottweiler and its owner is very strong. Rottweilers are known for being loyal, but they can also be stubborn. This means that your Rottweiler will love to lick and kiss you, but they may only do it when they want to.
French Bulldogs are the most popular dog breed right now for many reasons, and one of them is that they love their owners all the time.
After a fun afternoon of playing ball or hiking (remember, you'll need to tire these high-energy dogs out both mentally and physically! ), a pittie would love nothing more than to lay as close to you as they can.
The Coton de Tulear is the perfect dog for cuddling up with. Why? It's in their blood, so to speak. This breed was made to be a companion animal, so for hundreds of years, they have given people love and fun.
The Golden Retriever just wants to be cuddled because of its shiny, golden hair. And to be honest, they probably wouldn't want anything else.
The Boxer is the most loving dog breed. We call this breed "wiggly" because their bottoms "wiggle" in a noticeable way when they meet someone they love, which is everyone.