The 10 Best Dog Breeds for Busy People

French Bulldogs are ideal for busy people because to their laid-back temperament and low exercise needs. They're one of the easiest-going dog breeds and tiny enough for apartments.

French Bulldog 

Greyhounds require space. If you have a backyard or garden, these are the perfect low-maintenance pets. According to The Spruce Pets, they like modest activity and lounging at home. Dogs are happiest when they can relax on a comfy couch or bed while you work.

Greyhound 

Chihuahuas are wonderful travel companions due to their small size and versatility. They require no effort and fit in a handbag. They make great lone companions due to their loyalty and affection.

 Chihuahua 

These dogs are autonomous and low-maintenance, making them ideal for busy owners. They require frequent exercise to avoid weight gain, but they prefer park walks or inside games. They also adapt well to varied living environments.

Dachshund 

Due to its ‘countryside’ nature, Shiba Inus require less attention from their busy owners. Grooming is required, but walks fit into hectic schedules to exercise it. The American Kennel Club calls them mid-energy canines that will “relax on the couch with you most of the time.”

Shiba Inu 

Boston Terriers are among the nicest and most affectionate. Pure Wow says their short coats require little care and their workout routines vary every dog. They live comfortably in apartments.

 Boston Terrier 

Pugs thrive in small spaces, especially in busy cities. Since they enjoy walks and grooming, they love cuddling with their owners.

Pug 

This is a good breed for working from home companionship. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels love humans. Their low upkeep allows occasional grooming, short walks, and indoor games.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 

Whippets are very affectionate and agile. As Greyhounds, these low-maintenance dogs have slender bodies and long legs and are ideal for busy people. PetHelpful says they don't bark much.

Whippet 

Basset Hounds are wonderful for busy people since they need less exercise. They may need grooming to reduce shedding. They're easygoing dogs, making them good companions for busy people.

  Basset Hound 

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