Dachshunds or ‘Weiner dogs’ are cheerful little dogs with big personalities. They grow to be very attached to their owner and love their playtime. So get your tennis balls ready to play lots of games of fetch.
They’re great in small apartments, and require minimum grooming, and you’ll just be amused by their silly antics.
Jack Russell Terrier
Jack Russell Terriers are one of the more popular breeds on our list, and their popularity is totally justified! They are full of personality and have a reputation for being mischievous at times. But that's only when you don't give them enough attention.
This breed of Terrier also makes for an excellent watchdog since they are usually very alert. This breed would be happiest with people who are active and enjoy exercising.
Dandie Dinmont Terrier
Another breed that originated from the United Kingdom is the Dandie Dinmont Terrier, it was bred as a hunter's assistant. Don't let that be offputting because their personality is golden! They are very affectionate, loyal, and sociable.
In fact, Dandie Dinmont Terriers thrive on attention! You will also admire their intelligence, which makes them easy to train.
The Minature Pinscher is one affectionate tiny dog that would make a great for seniors who are looking for a feisty pint-sized companion. Miniature Pinschers are playful, curious, and independent. This breed shows limitless affection to its family but can be wary of strangers.
One thing to keep in mind is that they require a lot of activity, but because of their size, that can be done indoors or outdoors. They are also not too fond of cold weather.
This unique dog breed comes from Mexico and is also called also known as the Mexican hairless dog. It's one of many breeds of hairless dogs and comes in a variety of colors.
Being bred for thousands of years this breed is not as prone to health problems as others. Is personality is happy, friendly, alert, and only needs a moderate amount of exercise.