Some dogs are going to be well suited to life with an owner, while other breeds are going to be tougher to manage. If you live in the UK, there are numerous factors that are going to affect your decision of which dog breed you want to end up adopting. To start off with, you should see your living situation and plan accordingly. A lot of dog breeds are going to be too excitable to keep indoors. Since a lot of people in the UK live in flats, these breeds are going to be an absolute nightmare to deal with. The lack of open space that they have to play around in will end up creating problems for you as it will lead them to become quite destructive with your personal belongings, and to top it all off they are going to require frequent walks as well which is just not manageable if you are living in flats.
Smaller dog breeds will be better suited to your particular situation in this regard. One of the most popular dogs in the UK is the Welsh Corgi, and it’s easy to see why. Corgis are smaller dogs, they don’t get very big at all. They are not exactly lazy as they have a great deal of energy, but because of the fact that they are not that large they are not going to be able to cause too much damage even if they do end up getting a little too excited. Welsh Corgis are popular in the UK due to their immense loyalty and sense of playfulness, and they will be perfect for people that live on their own as well since they tend not to need round the clock attention and can be fine on their own.