The Toy Fox Terrier is a direct descent from the Smooth Fox Terrier however in 1936 the breed went its individual way. It can be a great option for seniors who aren’t very active since it doesn’t require much exercise or grooming. Another advantage is that it is fairly easy to train. The little dog is spirited, playful, and very loyal.
Because this breed is so intelligent, you’d want to provide it with plenty of mental stimulation. One of the best things these dogs are known for is that they absolutely love to please their owners. So, if you say ‘fetch’ it will come, and if you say stop, it will. Trust us.
Although a little hyper, this is a great choice to take home.
When combining two affectionate dog breeds, it's hard to compete with the Goldendoodle. The breed is a mix between a poodle and a Golden Retriever, so you can just imagine what a gorgeous dog this is. If you are not the outdoorsy type then we wouldn't recommend this breed to you because the playful Goldendoodle needs plenty of exercise and should be taken outside rather often.
The dog has a great personality, and it's a great solution for those who suffer from allergies, however, squeezing this one in a small apartment with only minimum hours of outside, is just not going to work.
This wasn't bred for everyone. Leave it alone.
The popular Chihuahua is known for being ‘tiny but mighty.’ This faithful companion loves sitting in your lap and is loyal to its owners. The long-coated Chihuahuas are super cute, and despite the extra fur, they require minimal grooming. And because they don't require much exercise, short walks are perfect for them.
Believe us, they'll get enough physical activity just by jumping up and down your lap. The Chihuahua loves love and loves attention and they are known as the world's smallest dogs. The secret with the breed is to start training early. Then, you are guaranteed a close and loving relationship with your new companion.
A small dog, but a big love. Take it home with you.
The Lhasa Apso is a great dog to own at any age. This ancient breed has been making a great companion literally for centuries. The average life span of the Lhasa Apso is 14 years, so you'll have plenty of years of quality time. The Lhasa Apso originates from Tibet and is one of the few non-sporting dogs in that region.
It used to be used as a watchdog, however, in recent years, it has become very popular among families. Its long and soft hair makes it a great dog for children and its high intelligence makes it a great dog for you.
The Tibettian perfect companion. Take it home.
American Eskimo Toy
This small toy dog has a pretty impressive mane. The American Eskimo Toy is a sub-breed of the smallest type of American Eskimo. They’re super cute and petite and weigh about 7-8 lbs as adults. It's a very affectionate and adaptable breed that's fairly easy to train and bond with.
The only con that we can think of when it comes to this adorable pup is the shedding that comes along with its admirable mane. So, if you are unwilling to spend hours sweeping away the lost hairs of your four-legged companion, we suggest you give the American Eskimo Toy a pass.