Being single and living alone isn’t easy and it can be a drag at times. However, now that I have Rocco by my side I have no problems anymore. He is always looking for fun things to do with me, just a couple of dog lovers hanging out. Now, I’ve read a lot of books and articles which do online dating or explain how to choose your dog better. Of course, at the end they usually suggest you get yourself a dog but they never really go into detail when suggesting one specific dog that would suit your needs best. So after all this research I thought I should share what I’ve learned on the subject of picking a suitable pup for your bachelor lifestyle.
We’ve all seen that guy walking a dog. His head’s down and his shoulders are slumped, and he looks like the picture of despair—but the dog doesn’t seem to notice. He’s just happy to be along for the ride, tail wagging as he passes other dogs and even some people who smile at him because they know that, despite appearances, everything will be okay with his human friend. The good news is that you don’t have to be sad or lonely to enjoy the company of a dog. Regardless of your relationship status, owning a pet can help you feel less lonely and depressed while also making sure you’re exercising regularly. But if you’re unmarried and living alone, there are certain breeds that might work better for your situation than others. Here’s what to consider before choosing your new best friend:
If you’re looking for a dog who will be your constant companion and never leaves your side, the Basset Hound is the right choice. They are affectionate, gentle and very patient with children. Basset Hounds are also great with other pets, including cats and small dogs.
The Pug is a very sweet and playful breed. They love to cuddle and give kisses, but they also like to play with toys and other dogs. They make great companions for children due to their high energy level, but are still gentle around them! Their short coat is perfect for apartment living since it doesn’t shed much and doesn’t need much grooming.
The Pug can handle being left alone for short periods of time because they don’t have separation anxiety problems like some other breeds do; however, you should still try not to leave them alone too long if possible because they will become lonely without you! This breed does well in homes with other pets including cats so long as the cat isn’t afraid of dogs or vice versa (you might want someone else check out how they get along first). If allergy sufferers don’t mind shedding then this furry friend could be an excellent choice since it won’t cause any problems whatsoever when it comes time for shedding season every year–or even if there’s just a little bit more than usual!
French Bulldogs are one of the best dogs for a bachelor. They’re small, cute, and good in apartments. They also love their owners and are great companions for older people. If you don’t mind having your furniture destroyed by slobbering puppies that can’t keep their snouts off anything soft, then maybe this breed is right for you!
The Shiba Inu is a small, agile dog that is independent and stubborn. Shiba Inus need a lot of attention but are loyal to their masters. They are not for everyone, but if you’re looking for a dog that can keep up with you on your adventures, this breed might be the one for you!
The Border Collie is a breed that tends to be quite intelligent, so they’ll love learning new tricks and commands. They’re also great for agility competitions or obedience training. These dogs are high energy, so they need plenty of exercise every day.
For people who have time to spend with their dog and don’t mind giving him some extra attention, this dog will fit right in as a fun companion who loves going on walks and playing fetch at the park. However, if you’re not able to spend much time with your dog or don’t have much space for him outside of your home or apartment (since he does need room for exercise), then there are other breeds that may be better suited for you.
German Shepherds are a good choice for single people because they are loyal, energetic and protective. A German Shepherd needs to be in close contact with its owner or family, so if you want a dog that will follow you around all day long this is the breed for you. The breed is good with children and has a high level of intelligence that makes them easy to train. They also make great guard dogs since they are eager to please their owners and don’t like strangers in the home. However, German Shepherds should never be left alone with other animals because they can become aggressive towards them when provoked.
German Shepherds require frequent exercise so if you live in an apartment or have limited outdoor space I would recommend another option on this list (or just go for walks every day). They require daily grooming as well which isn’t too difficult but does take some time each week especially if your dog has longer fur like mine does!
Even bachelors need man’s best friend.
A dog is a man’s best friend. We all know this, but we tend to forget it when faced with the fact that we’re alone. A dog is an excellent companion who will keep you company and be there for you when no one else can. Dogs are great for your health in many ways, including physical, mental and spiritual health. Dogs help you stay active by encouraging you to take them on long walks or play fetch with them outside (exercise which they enjoy almost as much as snuggling). Dogs reduce stress by lowering cortisol levels in your body through petting or playing games with them (they also don’t judge if you’re having a bad day). And unlike our human friends who will eventually leave us for someone else or move away, dogs stay loyal until the very end—even after death!
In conclusion, we believe that the Basset Hound is the best breed for a bachelor. They are friendly, well-tempered and will be able to adapt to any lifestyle you have. They are also great for those who love outdoor activities like hunting or tracking but what makes them stand out most is that they get along with people of all ages. So if you’re looking for a loyal companion who won’t mind being alone while you’re at work then this breed might just be right up your alley!