10. Fox Terrier
This breed requires adequate training and proper attention but they are very dedicated to their families as well as loving. Terriers tend to have a lot of energy and make great guard dogs. They can be exercised in doors with balls or toys so it’s okay to have this dog in colder climates. This can be a stubborn breed so it might be hard for an older person to train them. This dog breed can be aggressive towards other dogs and shouldn’t be left alone with them.
Now you have a great idea of some breeds that will be loyal, which ones require more grooming, which ones require more socializing, and which will cuddle up in your lap. Small dogs tend to live longer than large dogs and make a great addition to the family.