While wire-haired Dachshunds only need the occasional trip to the groomer, long-haired Dachshunds will take a lot of work.
French Bulldogs typically keep themselves clean unless they're running around in mud and puddles. Brushing is typically quick and simple because of their short, thin fur, which won't mat.
Chihuahuas are entertaining companions for a stroll around the park or a brief walk around the block because they only need 20 to 30 minutes of exercise each day, sometimes spaced out over two or three outings.
Due to their contentious use in racing, you might assume that greyhounds are constantly moving. The exact opposite.
Let's get one thing straight: sure, a Cavalier needs to be routinely groomed. Their coat requires daily brushing because it is prone to matting.
Manchester Terriers are incredibly simple to maintain because their short, smooth coat only has to be brushed once a week (and occasionally not even that).
A Basset Hound is going to be the best breed for you if you're looking for one that will fit into your lifestyle. They have no problem taking some time to themselves.
Although there are many similarities among whippets, including their propensity to require less maintenance, they are smaller and less muscular.
Therefore, neither you nor your Pug are interested in going outside into the heavy rain.
Some individuals might believe that bullmastiffs have a terrifying appearance and require a lot of upkeep. But the opposite is true more than anything.