It may come as little surprise to you that this is at the top of our list. Border Collies are one of the best breed suited for the game of fetch because if their genetics, instincts, build, and their desire to please their owners. They are one of the most loyal and smartest breeds and will play for hours on end.
It has it in its name, of course they love it! The Labrador Retriever is muscular and adapted to playing sports. They are people-oriented and love spending time with their owners. Labradors have lots of energy and will be willing to burn it off chasing their favorite toy.
3.English Springer Spaniel
This dog breed was specifically bred to flush out birds but has developed work for all-around hunting including retrieving. This breed loves to chase and hates to not bring back its prey. They have been known to look tirelessly until it has been found.
Much like the Border Collie, and many other lean shepherd dogs, the Australian Shepherd has proven itself as a keen, smart breed. They work well with their owners out on the field and in competitions, while also being a loving family pet. They have plenty of energy and it needs to be burned off — one short walk a day will not cut it. Fetch engages their instinct to chase and allows them a variety of ways to catch, either on ground or in the air.
The typical stereotypes of poodles being a froufrou dog can be thrown out the window. Poodles are athletic, energetic, and their coat was meant to protect them in cold, making them perfect for playing fetch in the water.
Golden Retrievers are a loving, family-friendly breed that will play with their family in any way, especially through fetch! They have been known to chase just about anything and will expend their energy if there is something to bring back, like their favorite ball or flyer.