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Some breeds are well-suited to being left home alone while others are likely to get into mischief as a way of telling you they’re bored, anxious, or lonely. Puppies need a lot more supervision than adult dogs. But even all grown up, the breed of dog makes a difference. Read on to discover which dogs won’t mind staying home while you’re gone all day. Tiny Chihuahuas are one of the smallest and longest living dogs on the list. Standing five to eight inches tall and weighing three to six pounds on average, these petite pooches don’t mind spending their days in relative solitude, as long as you have plenty of cuddles ready when you get home.
They can live as long as 18 years. Their tiny stature makes them perfect for apartment dwellers, and they’re also a top-rated watchdog, ready to alert you to intruders in an instant. Next: This breed is a champion napper. Throwback to when I earned my AKC STAR Puppy Award!
Home alone or not, your Basset Hound just wants to take a nap followed by another nap. This family friendly, kid-loving breed was originally bred for hunting small game but that’s not all he’s good at. He’s also a champion couch sitter. Classified as a lazy breed, the Basset Hound will remain calm while you’re away for the day, especially as he gets older. These short-statured pups live up to twelve years and can weigh up to 65 pounds. Next: Pick this breed if you love fluffy cuddles.
The Maltese has a fluffy white coat, but he’s surprisingly hypoallergenic and won’t shed too much, making him a great option for allergy sufferers. His small stature makes him perfect for anyone with a small apartment. While some can suffer from separation anxiety, on the whole these companion dogs will be just fine while you’re at work. Just prepare for an epic reunion when you get home, as this breeed prefers companionship and snuggles to just about anything in the world.
Next: When he’s not sprinting, he’s napping. Portrait of a female Italian Greyhound dog in a home setting. This ancient breed hails from Egypt, and fans include famous historical figures such as Queen Elizabeth I. But it’s not just royalty who can benefit from loving a Greyhound. Gentle, loyal, and affectionate, these friendly dogs will win any race, but mostly they just love to nap on a soft bed. They do well in small homes or even apartments and they don’t mind being left alone all day. Next: This dog is content to hang out by himself.
Whippets are great with kids and are generally very friendly when they’re properly socialized. They’re also quick, but in short bursts, meaning they’re fine when left alone all day. Next: This wrinkly dog won’t mind it when you need to work. But did you also know that Shar Peis can survive long periods of the day on their own?
This breed is not great for novice owners, and proper training is imperative. You’ll need to establish yourself as the one in charge or else a smart Shar Pei will walk all over you. But once you show him who’s boss, this pup will be just fine managing the household in your absence. Next: He’ll fit right in with your family. Like so many other dogs on the list, the French Bulldog is considered a companion dog and makes a great addition to your family.