Since kids are often rambunctious, clumsy and rough, it's best to choose a dog that is patient, resilient and gentle. You don't want to choose a dog that might bite if he's stepped on or gets hurt if your kids haven't learned to play nicely with animals yet.
Some of the best breeds for families include:
Since many seniors live alone, having a pet around is a great way to ensure they have some companionship, which can help eliminate anxiety, improve their health and reduce boredom and depression. However, when choosing the best breed for the senior in your life, make sure the dog you choose is on the smaller side, enjoys being pet, is mellow and doesn't require a lot of exercise.
Some of the best dog breeds for seniors include:
So you want a dog, but don't want to exert a lot of energy in taking care of them? We understand and even got you covered.
Some of the best breeds for less active people include:
While no dog is considered ideal for people who are allergic, there a few breeds that are recommended for those who love their four legged friends even though they make them sneeze.
Breeds that do not shed a lot and are most recommended for people with allergies include:
Everyone's situation is different, so when choosing which kind of dog you want, make sure you take into consideration your lifestyle, living arrangements and the temperament of the dog you want. Just like with dating and friendships, the chemistry and circumstances have to be right in order for your relationship with your pet to work out.
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