The Bichon Frise is a small and fluffy dog breed, that is happy, affectionate, and relatively easy to train. It can weigh anywhere between 7 and 12 lbs, making it compact and easy to raise in nearly any living condition.
They do need to be groomed every now and then and require a moderate amount of daily exercise, but otherwise, it’s pretty low-maintenance breed. It could become your new best friend!
These pups may look tough, but in actuality, French bulldogs are tenderhearted and loveable! According to experts, these are one of the most loving and lively dog breeds one can own.
If you prefer smaller dogs, or just live is a modestly-sized apartment Frech Bulldogs don't take up much space al all. And like Terriers, it too doesn't need much exercise or grooming.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
With a name like 'Cavalier King Charles Spaniel,' it's no surprise that this breed has been a royal family favorite for centuries.
It makes a great house dog, as it usually doesn’t grow past 18 lbs. And this breed is so affectionate, intelligent and endearingly devoted, it'll conquer your heart in an instant.
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.
Its 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.
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 14 years, so you'll have plenty of years of quality time.