When they become dog owners, many people choose a breed based on its appearance or what’s popular at the time. But professional dog trainers and experts suggest paying attention to other chacteristics. They believe that everybody will be happy when the dog’s needs match the owner’s lifestyle.
There are so many dog breeds and every dog needs a good home.We want to help you to choose the perfect dog for you.
Dog for busy singles
Generally speaking, dogs are social animals. But some breeds are more suited for being home alone than others. If a dog will be on its own most of the time, think about getting a Shar Pei or a Basset Hound.
- Retrievers or Collies: they like and require constant socialising.
Dog for seniors
If you are retired and can finally spend more time with your furry friend, a good option would be a Boston Terrier, a Pug or a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. They are affectionate and playful without requiring hours of exercising.
- Large dogs: they are very active and require a lot of attention and exercise.