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30 Dog Breeds Perfect for Elderly Retirees

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30 Dog Breeds Perfect for Elderly Retirees
We've all heard the words mans best friend and loyal companion, right? There are so many different dog breeds, which means there's an awesome four-legged furry friend out there for you no matter where you are in your life.

When we have young families, active dogs are the ones we select. Once the kids are grown adults and our lifestyles change, a less active dog may be best.

To assist you with deciding which breed of dog is best for you, here are 30 breeds that are couch potato-like by nature and will be the perfect loyal companion for your lifestyle.

1. Saint Bernard -
2. Shih Tzu - loyal, affectionate & outgoing
3. Pekingese - lap dog
4. Schipperke
5. Poodle
6. Japanese Chin
7. Old English Sheepdog
8. Mini Pinscher
9. Havanese
10. Maltese
11. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
12. English Bulldog
13. Great Dane
14. Pembroke Welsh Corgi
15. American Cocker Spaniel
16. Basset Hound
17. Bichon Frise
18. Greyhound
19. French Bulldog
20. Bernese Mountain Dog
21. Yorkshire Terrier
22. English Mastiff
23. Coton de Tulear
24. Chow Chow
25. Great Pyrenees
26. Pug
27. Chinese Crested
28. Boston Terrier
29. Bull Mastiff
30. Dachshund

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