The Whippet may seem like it doesn't require much activity, but that's not always the case (particularly as they become older).
The Whippet may be fast and friendly with seniors despite reaching a maximum weight of 15 to 31 pounds.
They're smart and can adjust to different environments with ease. Only once or twice weekly grooming is required for their coats.
Bolognese dogs may be a good choice for retirees who want a low-energy pet. As dogs go, it's one of the least fussy breeds.
Their little stature and docile demeanor also make them ideal for city apartment life. These dogs may be ideal for elderly people.
They are as adorable as plush animals, but they are also quite friendly and cuddly.
Dog lovers have had plenty to cheer about with Shih Tzus for over a millennium, and the breed's popularity shows no signs of slowing down.
Shih Tzus, which originated in Tibet, are known for their long, silky "fancy" coats.
In addition, these dogs don't need a lot of activity, making them ideal for a couch potato.