Pugs need moderate exercise due to their short muzzles. A daily walk and gentle play like tug-of-war are sufficient, avoiding strenuous activities to prevent breathing difficulties.
Frenchies are adorable and lively dogs, enjoying playtime with their owners. Although they need routine exercise, avoid strenuous activities due to their short snouts, which can cause breathing issues.
Confident and tiny, Chihuahuas adore people and seek attention. Affectionate to their owners, they love cuddling on the couch, but may not be friendly to everyone.
Greyhounds are known for racing, but they are actually cute couch potatoes. Italian Greyhounds, their smaller counterparts, enjoy walks and play but love snoozing and cuddling more.
Bolognese, an ancient Italian breed, adored by royalty for its charm. Fluffy, non-shedding coat suits mild allergies. Low exercise, ideal for apartments, but prone to separation anxiety.
Pekingese, originating in ancient China, known for charm and loyalty. Bred for owner's amusement, they need modest exercise, making them perfect for apartments as fun and loyal pets.
Lhasa Apso: small, luxurious double coat, happy, playful, and mischievous. Low exercise needs, great for apartments. Guard dog instincts, may bark at passersby.
Shih Tzus are happy with some playtime. Ideal for apartments, great companions. Ancient breed, pampered in China as royal lap dogs. Bonus: Considered hypoallergenic.
Dachshunds are affectionate wiener dogs, short and stout with floppy ears. They enjoy regular exercise, but their short legs and long bodies mean they don't move quickly.
Elegant Maltese, a toy breed under seven pounds. Eye-catching white coat needs daily brushing. Full of energy but doesn't need much exercise. Daily walks or play suffice for a happy pup.