If you're a single person living on your own, you may want someone to hang out with or introduce you to new people.

1. A German Shepard

German Shepherd who would not rest until she was sure her master was securely tucked into bed.

2: French Bulldog

Frenchies are extremely devoted to their owners and are among the most demanding of canine breeds when it comes to human attention.

3. Pug

We can attest from personal experience that strangers cannot pass up the opportunity to pet your Pug whenever you take it out in public with you.

4. A Labrador Retriever

A Labrador Retriever (Lab) is a favorite pet for many households, and with good reason. 

5. the Golden Retriever

A Golden Retriever is an excellent choice for a family searching for a friend to help them stay active and healthy by doing everything from swimming to running.

6. Shih Tzu

Elegant and possessive, the Shih Tzu is a beautiful dog breed that is perfect for retirees with plenty of time to spend at the groomer's.

7. The Poodle

Poodles are intelligent, active, and social, making them a great choice for retirees. They are pleasant to work with because of their high intelligence, wit, and charisma.

8. Greyhound

 They enjoy getting out for a brisk jog or stroll in the park every once in a while, but otherwise, you can find them slouching on the sofa.


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