― John Grogan
This line pretty much sums up everything there is to sharing your life with a pet dog. There is just so much awesomeness stuffed into that one furry, four-legged animal, that each moment spent with them only leaves us hankering for more.
Now that you’ve landed at this page, it’s kind of safe to assume that you’re looking for a small dog , preferably one who’d live comfortably in an apartment. Another bonus would be if he comes from a breed that does not bark too much, and thereby reducing the chances of a conflict with the neighbors.
You’d be glad to know that breeds like these do exist, and we’re profiling them right here.
The Basset Hound’s remarkable nose has made it a top-notch SAR breed. But note that just like the bulldog, this one too can be headstrong and lazy. They love to laze around, these hounds, and won’t care too much about being a sappy, yelping dog at their humans’ feet. Good for those looking for a quiet and calm companion, rather than one who is constantly bustling with energy.