Labrador retrievers are amiable and laidback, making them excellent puppies for newcomers.
They, like Labs, are ideal for families with children since they are "patient, calm, and gentle." They are also ideal for multi-pet households and are relatively simple to teach.
These lively, graceful, and people-oriented dogs have gained popularity as house pets because to their intelligence, loyalty, and ease of training.
Due to the volatile nature of poodles, numerous varieties of "doodles," or poodle mixtures, have been crossbred over the years.
With their affable demeanor, Maltese frequently like to spend the most of their time with their owner.
Shih Tzus, who normally weigh between 10 and 16 pounds, don't require as much outside activity as other breeds and are often
happiest spending time with their pet parent indoors, making them an excellent choice for apartment dwellers.
Yorkies are known for their compassion and love, yet they are less needy than Shih Tzus when it comes to physical contact.
They are typically noted for their lively, welcoming, and enthusiastic personalities. Most Boston Terriers get along well with children and are content living in apartments or houses.
They are noted for their playful, sweet temperaments while keeping the spunkiness of other athletic spaniel breeds, making them a wonderful fit for a variety of pet parent lifestyles.
First-time owners appreciate the medium-sized frame as well as their desire to be with their people. However, you may need to devote more time (and possibly money) to training this breed.