Like the Havanese, the Maltese are another breed that is low maintenance and sweet-natured. They require less grooming and exercise and love their cuddle time.
Maltese adjusts well to smaller spaces like apartments. And did you know that it’s often used as therapy dogs because of its calm personality?
Boston Terriers are often described as couch potatoes because it just loves chilling and can spend all its time lying next to its owner. These Terriers have a wonderful personality making it a great dog for people of any age.
Seniors love this breed especially, because of its easy grooming requirements and relaxed nature. What's not to love?
This one may look very familiar to you because Toto from The Wizard of Oz was a Cairn Terrier! These dogs aren’t just great actors, but great companions as well.
It's said that it can be stubborn at times, but these Terriers are also friendly, cheerful and love to socialize. So they do well with an owner who’s firm yet affectionate.
Another breed that seniors love is Bolognese. Its plush-like fur won't leave traces all around the house like other breeds, housekeeping. The Bolognese is also a very intelligent breed and easy to train as well.
It also has a naturally calm demeanor, so, if you're in search of a house-pup, this could be the ideal breed for you!
Originating from China, the regal appearance of the Pekingese is the reason it has millions of fans around the world. While it's Chinese ancestor is the "lion dog," in nature, it's not lion-like at all. In fact, its the ultimate 'lapdog'.
Pekingese are loyal, independent and affectionate, and they need much exercise, only 30 minutes a day is enough to keep pups of this breed healthy. You could spend hours just brushing its gorgeous mane while it sits in your lap.