If you’re looking for an affectionate and active dog, a Pomeranian could be a perfect fit for you! Their small size makes them great in small spaces like apartments, and even though it’s fluffy, it hardly sheds, but you should brush it often.
And you’ll have no trouble training a Pomerraninan because it’s very intelligent.
West Highland Terrier
With seniors, Terriers seem to be a popular choice. The West Highland Terrier is one of the popular ones since it has a nice temperament and is a good lap dog.
Not to mention, this breed is suited for apartment living and only needs an hour of exercise every day. Despite having a soft fur coat, you won’t need to do too much grooming.
You may be just discovering this unique breed, and you'll be happy you did. The Biewer is a relatively small dog, well, one of the smallest in fact, but its heart is huge.
Biewers are known for being very affectionate, clever, and playful. Despite its thick mane, it actually doesn't shed much. If taken good care of, it typically lives up to 14 years, so you'll have many years to spend together.
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 its 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.
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 both apartment and home living.
Because of its thick mane, it should be brushed at least twice a week. But once you own a Japanese Spitz you wouldn't mind even if you had to groom it daily,