Dachshunds have a stubborn side and will need basic training to give them structure.
They enjoy daily walks and the occasional chance to run, but they do not need a large amount of exercise.
Most Frenchies respond well to basic training and are generally well-behaved if provided with structure.
Grooming needs are minimal, but long-haired Chihuahuas will need a bit more brushing to avoid tangles.
The Cavalier is a mild-mannered, gentle, affectionate, and adaptable dog.
This breed requires some grooming but does not need trimming regularly.
At 6 to 12 pounds, the Brussels is another small breed with no more than moderate grooming needs.
Mastiffs are immense dogs that tend to have a relatively low energy level and not much endurance.
Daily walks should be enough to keep this breed happy and healthy.
Versatility equals low maintenance. They are active dogs and tend to mirror the energy level of their people.