Dogs come in many different sizes from the really tiny to the extremely large. And this is great for dog owners because there is a size to fit every personality and living arrangement. We compiled this list for those who have a limited amount of living space and want a dog that fits in. So meet the smaller dogs. I’m sure that one will fit right in to your life style.
The amount of care that goes into caring for a dog can be a huge investment in time. For some of us this is not a problem but, for many, it is. This list will help both groups. If you really enjoy grooming dogs then this list can help you choose the right dog. If, on the other hand, you really don’t have the time or patience for grooming then this list will show you which dogs to avoid.
Are you a neat freak? Do you like your house in order and tidy? Does dog hair flying everywhere bother you? If so there is a solution. The following list is composed of dogs that don’t shed a lot. So if you are looking for a dog but are worried about the amount of hairs they will shed you would do best to choose one of these dogs that shed very little.
We all like to keep a clean house. But when you have dogs that can be a rather awesome chore. There are dogs that shed constantly, drool constantly, tear up the place, and use it as its indoor toilet. There is hope, however, in the drooling department. This list contains all of the dog breeds that don’t drool a lot. You also might want to check out our List of Dogs That Shed Very Little.
Today it just seems to be getting hotter and hotter. There are, however, some areas of the globe that have higher temperatures than most people can withstand and that includes our furry friends. If you live in one of those hotter than usual environments there are some dogs that you should stay away from. Take a look at these dogs that are poorly suited for hot weather. If it’s really hot where you live then you might just want to avoid these dog breeds unless you can provide them an air-conditioned home.
Some dogs are really outgoing individuals who will readily greet anyone that they come into contact with. Others will have absolutely nothing to do with a stranger. So if you are in the market for a dog and you want one that will not hide from strangers then you might want to stay away from these breeds of dogs that are shy.
Have you ever had a dog that just didn’t get along with other dogs. Sometimes it is the disposition of the dog. Other times it is plain old jealousy. And sometimes it is a behavioral problem. Whatever the reason we pet parents often get a second dog as a companion for our first dog. This list is a list of dogs that are not dog-friendly. So if you’re planning on having more than one dog in the house you might want to stay away from these dog breeds.