Labrador Retrievers are popular and adaptable house pets, but their high exercise needs make them more suitable for active families
The Miniature Schnauzer, the smallest of the schnauzer breeds, is a healthy and sturdy dog with a high prey drive. Bred from the standard schnauzer for ratting purposes.
Maltese: tiny lap dogs with charming white fur, weighing up to 7 lbs. Perfect companions, cuddly, and devoted to family.
Greyhounds: Fast runners but lacking stamina. A quick jog suffices. Known as "40-mph couch potatoes" as they spend most of the day lounging.
Chihuahuas: Tiniest dogs, great for apartments. Often kept indoors due to sensitivity to weather.
Dachshunds: Small hunting dogs, make unique companions. Miniature dachshunds are even smaller and popular.
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Rough Collies: loyal family dogs, 26" tall, well-mannered, moderate activity, perfect for active families with daily walks.
Coton de Tulear: small family dog, fluffy white coat, low grooming if kept short, great for smaller spaces.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel: toy spaniel, sporting heritage, 13" tall, close bond with humans, perfect companion breed.
Mastiffs: big but calm, ideal for homes; "rug dogs," guard dog lineage, courageous, strong guarding instincts.