When looking to adopt a dog, instead of looking for a newborn pup, how about making a home for a senior dog? Most of the older dogs in the shelters get overlooked because people prefer puppies, which is a pity because older dogs have their benefits too!
They’ll stay their current size, they have passed their hyperactive pup years, and they just waiting for someone to love. So consider adopting a senior dog, you could spend your golden years together.
If you’re in search of a small and gentle dog, then let's tell you more about the Yorkshire terrier. It can live up to 20 years, so it will be by your side for a long time as long as you take good care of it.
Yorkies are common in assisted living centers mainly because it's low-maintenance' it doesn't need much grooming or exercise, it’ll be happy just being able to rest on your lap for most of the day.
Shiba Inu has been called the ultimate family pet, as it can easily adapt to a large family, and bond with people of all ages.
Its a very confident and independent breed, but still loves nothing more than spending quality time with its owners.
If you feel like you've worked hard most of your life and want to spend your retiree years chilling on the couch, then a Pugis the perfect companion. Relaxing is pretty much their favorite hobby.
Pugs make amazing pets for elderly people, it's smart, friendly, easy to maintain and easily adapt to almost any environment.
Poodles are very popular among pensioners, and for a good reason! It's one of the smartest dog breeds out there. You can have endless fun teaching them new tricks. And Poodles naturally have a loving and tender nature.
If you suffer from fur allergies, you're in for luck, because these lovable dogs are allergy-friendly.