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Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

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  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

College can be a scary time for anybody, especially when you’re going to a new area to learn a whole new campus, city, or even taking it one step further and moving out of state.

Even though we know that you’re bound to meet new people and make new friends at college, there is always one thing that you can do if you’re uneasy about going to college by yourself, and that is by getting a dog! Getting a dog can be exciting because not only do you have a fur buddy with you, but it can also be a great support animal if you are stressed out, and it can keep you from feeling lonely away from home.

So you want to get a dog when you move away to college, but the next question is, what kind of dog breed should you get? This will be the hardest decision that you have to make because there are so many factors that go into it. Some things that you have to think about are how big of a dog you should get based off of your living quarters, how active of a dog you should get, and even just making sure to get a dog that can be widely accepted on your campus because of the stereotypes of certain breeds. We know that this is a hard decision for you to make, but we are here to help you with a list of the top five dog breeds to get as a college student.

English Bulldog

Not only does this dog have the cutest wrinkles, but they are perfect if you’re living in a smaller apartment or dorm! 

English bulldogs are one of the best dogs to get as a college student because they are small, don’t require as much exercise as other dogs, and they are just too cute to handle! Image courtesy of The Happy Puppy Site

English Bulldogs are one of the cutest dogs in the world with the wrinkles in their skin and with their small stature, they make some of the best furry friends! To start off, these dogs are perfect if you are living in a small dorm or apartment because they are smaller dogs that grow to weigh about 55 pounds at most. English Bulldogs also are very friendly and confident dogs that get along with anybody.

These dogs are also great for college students when midterm and finals season comes around. English Bulldogs don’t require a lot of exercise, and if they could, they would love nothing more than to sleep and eat all day, so while you’re studying, they make a good study partner that gives constant support, and when you’re ready to take a break, they will follow you wherever you go!

Golden Retriever

Not only are they named the friendliest dog in the world, but they are also a great support animal as well!

Golden Retrievers are the friendliest dogs in the world and they are also great support animals when you’re stressed out with classes in college! Image courtesy of PetHelpful. 

We have all seen Golden Retrievers, and something you should also know about them is that they were named the top friendliest dog in the world. Now that’s a great reason to get one to take to college right? They also come with many other benefits, like being a great support animal when you are stressed out with classes and they are very loyal as well.

With being a sociable dog, Golden Retrievers require a lot of attention and even play time, so if you’re trying to figure out how to spend your downtime at college, we think this dog is perfect for you! They can be a perfect running buddy, they love to play, and they are also one of the best dogs to snuggle up with. Golden Retrievers are perfect for any living situation that you have while at college, so definitely consider one when you move to college!

Shiba Inu

These dogs are perfect if you live with roommates because they don’t make a lot of noise, and they are also very intelligent!

If you’re looking for a quiet, yet loyal dog, we recommend that you get a Shiba Inu with their adorable curled tail and medium stature fit for any living situation! Image courtesy of American Kennel Club.

Are you potentially going to live with roommates, but you want to get a quiet dog that doesn’t make a lot of noise? Then the Shiba Inu is perfect for you! Shiba Inu’s are dogs that are generally very quiet, but they are extremely loyal and devoted when it comes to their owners. Shiba Inu’s are known as being a very intelligent dog and at most they weigh around 25 pounds with being a medium size dog, which is perfect for any living situation.

Shiba Inus are an ancient Japanese breed that look very foxlike, which fits their bold personality, but they are a very quiet and calm breed. These dogs are very good watchdogs and companions that care deeply for their owner, and they are very alert and attentive. Does the Shiba Inu sound like a dog for you? This medium size dog will not only be the perfect snuggle buddy, but they will also stay loyal and even quiet, which is perfect if you’re living with other people.


Looking for a dog that doesn’t shed? Cockapoos are adorable and perfect for you!

Are you looking for a dog that doesn’t shed too much, but is completely loyal to you? Cockapoos are the perfect dog for you with their cuteness being a major bonus! Imager courtesy of Dogtime.

Is one of your biggest concerns when you get a dog is the amount of fur they may shed all over your bed, clothes, and other belongings in your dorm or apartment? Look no further than getting a Cockapoo! Cockapoos are very friendly dogs that hardly shed, and are known as a “designer dog”. With being a mix of a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle, you get the best of both worlds with a loyal, friendly dog, and a hybrid dog that barely sheds and is easy to train.

Cockapoos are known for being very affectionate dogs and they will never leave your side! They love to cuddle and constantly be around their owner and they are also known for being great listeners. With these easy to train dogs, you can always count on a Cockapoo to cheer you up with being a great therapy dog, and also to make you feel like you’re not alone, and the fact that they barely shed is a perk as well!


With that cute little smushed face and with being a super friendly dog, what’s not to like about a Pug?

Are you a busy college student looking for a dog that doesn’t need a lot of exercise and is super friendly? Then a pug is the right dog for you! Image courtesy of Vetstreet.

The first thing we think of when we look at a Pug is their adorable little face. It’s squished and full of wrinkles, but there is so much more to this adorable little creature. Pugs are known for their fun personality and are known for being very friendly dogs to not only their owners, but to everyone they meet. Pugs are great with other animals and are perfect around strangers, hence their friendly demeanor. 

Pugs are also very small dogs that weigh no more than 20 pounds that are perfect for any apartment, or dorm that you are living in. They are also very lazy dogs that aren’t very good jogging buddies, but they do exceptionally well in the cuddling and eating department! Surprisingly, the Pug is a perfect watchdog too and is also known to snore and snort because of the shape of their face, which is an adorable little perk to getting this pup! Think a Pug is right for you? Consider one as your forever furry friend for college now!

Tips and Products to Get While Taking Care of Your New Dog

Now that you got the dog, you need the right essentials to keep it happy and healthy while at college!

There are so many exciting things about getting a dog while you’re in college. While you’ll have a fuzzy partner with you for the next four years, you need to know how to take good care of it as well. One thing we recommend is to keep your dog on a schedule with exercise, taking them out to go to the bathroom, and even feeding them. Keeping a schedule will not only keep you organized, but it will help your dog to stay happy and healthy as well!

We also recommend that you invest in a good brush to keep your dog groomed and looking its best! Since it can be hard to take your dog to the groomer with how expensive it can be, it is easier and cheaper to groom your dog right from your dorm or apartment and a good brush will help. 

Make sure to spoil your dog with delicious treats to reward them for good behavior and to groom them from home to avoid any outrageous expenses that can be hard to pay for as a college student. 

Also, toys, toys, toys! We can’t stress this enough, but toys, treats, and even rawhide bones for dogs are a perfect way to keep them occupied if you are busy studying, or when you’re stuck in class. Rewarding your dog for its good behavior with treats is a great way to train your dog and you know that they will always love having extra food whenever they get the chance!

Going to college alone can be very nerve wracking for many students, and an easy solution to this is by getting a dog! Dogs are great companions that will never leave your side and are always great entertainment with the goofy things that they do. With these five dog breeds, we hoped that we were able to help you find the perfect dog to get when going to college! Is there a dog that is perfect for college students that we didn’t mention? Let us know in the comments below!
As a first time dog owner by yourself, you may need some help on how to properly take care of your new dog by yourself. If you’re looking for tips on how to care for your first dog, make sure to read over Tips for Getting Your First Dog in College!