The Top Dogs for the Home

The popularity of Labrador retrievers continues to grow in the United States. These canines are popular house pets because of their superb manners and socialisation.

Labrador Retrievers

Among schnauzer breeds, the tiny schnauzer is the smallest at approximately 11–20 pounds.

Miniature Schnauzer

If you're in the market for a classic lap dog, look no further than the Maltese. In comparison to other animals, its maximum weight of 7 pounds is rather little.


While greyhounds can cover ground quickly, they tyre easily. Consequently, for many people, a morning jog is all the exercise they require.




The Chihuahua is a little dog. By most measures, they are the smallest breed of dog in the world. Because of this, they are suitable for use in compact settings such as flats.


Dachshunds are little dogs, yet they were originally bred for employment as hunting dogs. 


If you're a dog owner who doesn't want to deal with dog hair but would still prefer an indoor dog, the American hairless terrier is a great option.

American Hairless Terrier

Although rough collies aren't as common as they once were, they make great pets for any household. 




The coton de Tulear may not be as well-known as some other toy breeds, but it makes an excellent family dog for apartments and other compact homes

Coton de Tulear

Mastiffs might seem intimidatingly big and out of place in the average home. They spend much of the day sleeping. In most cases, you may classify them as a "rug dog."


Despite their little stature, they historically had to work for their keep, often serving as rats in industrial settings such as mines, mills, and factories. 

Yorkshire Terrier

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