Because of its reputation as a "cuddlebug," the Cavalier King Charles spaniel is on almost everyone's list of ideal support dogs.
King Charles was a top dog in royal circles back in the day, but they don't have the attitude of a monarch; they're content just to be in your company, whether you're on a long stroll or snuggling on a couch.
Pugs are known as the "clowns" of the dog world because of their human-like facial expressions and cheerful, entertaining nature.
Pugs are incredibly gregarious and make excellent emotional support animals for nearly any ailment.
These little, endearing companions are well-mannered, even-tempered, and particularly good with children.
These medium-sized, royal dogs aren't just for show; they're smart, obedient, and simple to train, and they're regarded as an excellent mental health companion.
Standard poodles are working dogs who enjoy a good challenge, physical activity, and thrive in a variety of environments.
They are amiable and get along well with humans and other animals, but their first priority is their compassion and obligation toward their owner.