7 easiest dog breeds to care for

Brussels Griffons need exercise, brushing, and basic training, but once they're trained, they love relaxing. Dental issues plague Brussels Griffons. Brush them a couple times a week to avoid further vet advice.

You might believe an English Mastiff needs a lot of care given their enormous bulk (230 pounds) and stamina. They may be one of the largest dog breeds, but these placid canines are peaceful and only need an hour of activity a day.

We've seen that there are over 14 Mastiff breeds, including the Bullmastiff. Big friendly giants are bright and affectionate, but may not be the most easygoing canines you picture.

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Poodles are lively dogs who need walks, so bring a leash. These regal-looking pets mimic their owners. They were bred as working dogs, making them sharp, talented, and eager to serve their owners. 

The attractive, friendly dog with its short legs and long body receives the title for low-maintenance dogs. Long-haired Dachshunds need daily brushing to avoid matting and tangles. If your pet has short hair, brush it weekly.

Greyhounds are thought to be the fastest dogs in the world. Despite their long history with racing, these adorable long-legged buddies prefer snuggling on the couch with their human. 

Who doesn't adore a French Bulldog? It's little wonder they're a popular tiny dog breed. Their wonderful personalities make them friendly, affectionate, and lively dogs. If you want easygoing canines, French Bulldogs can adapt to nearly any lifestyle.

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