The Manchester Terrier came to us from England, as its name suggests. The small, petite, and calm dog only needs a moderate amount of exercise and almost no grooming. Manchester Terriers are known for being affectionate, cheerful and well-behaved.
So, if those are traits you’re looking for in a dog, this one may be the one for you! As it turns out, apparently, the Manchester Terrier is most recommended for families with old children, and it is not a lover of small kids hovering around and pulling its tail. Are you a senior citizen? This could be a perfect match.
A little English manners won’t hurt. Take it home.
Yes, you read correctly, Peekapoos. You may not have heard of this breed; it's actually a crossbreed between two adorable dogs we've mentioned before, a Pekingese and a poodle! Like their parents, Peekapoos are smart, friendly, and affectionate dogs. It's an excellent breed for people who suffer from allergies due to its coat that is allergy-friendly.
If you have a backyard, you'll find it running around several times a day since it loves its exercise, but don't let this put you off. Although it loves to run around, it is also a professional when it comes to lying around and doing nothing. Excellent choice for retired and more mature citizens.
This crossbreed is the perfect choice. Take it home.
The Japanese Spitz has it all. This bundle of joy has fans all over the world. The Japanese Spitz is adaptable, friendly, and energetic. The breed's size ranges from small to medium, making it suitable for apartment and home living. Because of its thick mane, it should be brushed at least twice a week, but don't let this turn you off.
Once you own a Japanese Spitz, you won't mind even if it does require the treatment of a home spa. It's an ideal companion for older people; it will make a great friend for the grandchildren and its high intelligence will leave you with someone whom you can easily communicate with. Not all communication is down to words.
It's a highly intelligent choice. Take it home.
The famous English Bulldog makes a great pet for people of all ages. Most people know that despite its tough appearance, it's actually a very friendly dog, and they're very loyal to their owner. Bulldogs can be pretty lazy, so be sure to take your pup out a few times daily and watch its diet. Hey, same for you! Diet and exercise are key.
This breed has been known to hold their beauty, so even when they reach old age, they will still look their best. The English Bulldog can also become a great friend to cats, so if your neighbor, or even yourself, has one, no worries. Your English companion will adapt perfectly.
A cat and gentleman. Take it home.
Much like Labradors, Golden Retrievers are extremely friendly and clever dogs that are easy to train. They also have high emotional intelligence and are very attuned to humans’ emotional needs. However, they need lots of exercise and keep their owners extremely busy. Golden Retrievers thrive on companionship and have a lot of patience.
The thing with all retrievers, not only the golden ones, is that they never seem to grow up. Out of most dog breeds, the Golden Retriever resembles Peter Pan more than anything else, so we are afraid the older you get, the less the golden companion will do.