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.
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.
The Italian Greyhound or 'Iggies' is the purest form of the Greyhound. It's energetic, slender and muscular. The Greyhound's accentuated curved back gives it a royal appearance.
The Greyhound is the largest dog on our list, and despite being known as swift racing hounds, ironically it's also the laziest breed. It'll be happy to just relax on the couch for most of the day. Perhaps you can adopt one from a track near you!
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.