Greyhound They do enjoy daily walks and the occasional chance to run. They are after all the world’s fastest dog but they don’t need a large amount of exercise.

Rat Terrier Anywhere and it will appreciate every moment. Or, leave your pup at home while you finish errands and it will calmly welcome you back with open paws.

Dachshund The Dachshund is lovable and affectionate and makes a great couch buddy. Dachshund have a stubborn side, so they need good basic training to give them structure. Dachshunds only need a moderate amount of exercise. This dog comes in two sizes: Miniature and Standard.

Boston Terrier They are great apartment dwellers for singles in the city and do just as well with families and kids in the suburbs. Plus, that coat is as low-maintenance as it gets.

Chihuahua Leaning towards a tiny dog? Weighing in at just 2 to 6 pounds, the itty bitty Chihuahua can be your pocket-sized lap dog. they generally don’t need a lot of exercise.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Want a dog that will look like a puppy forever? The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a mild-mannered, gentle, affectionate, and adaptable dog. This small dog is often happiest when snuggled up beside a human or another dog. It is after all a companion breed.

West High White Terrier Considering a small dog for your new easy going companion? West Highland White Terriers or Westies for short make excellent pets. They require some grooming but don’t need to be trimmed regularly.

Brussels Griffon Small, cute, and goofy, the Brussels Griffon is a delightful Little dog. Though they can be a bit energetic, they don’t need a ton of exercise. Basic Training is important to offset their feisty side and provide structure.

Mastiff Is a small dog not enough? Mastiffs are immense dogs that tend to have a fairly Low energy level and not much endurance. Basically a giant couch potato. Younger mastiffs tend to be a bit goofy and playful, but usually very docile.

Bull Mastiff If you want a large dog that is not quite as joint and lazy as the Mastiff ,than the bullmastiff might be better for you. Weighing 100 pounds to 130 pounds