…This is a really bizarre question.
Logic would posit that one of the smaller breeds that eats less and produces less waste, while maintaining equal or greater levels of activity to its larger counterparts would be the victor. I don’t have a specific breed in mind, unfortunately.
I guess an efficient dog would be one that didn’t consume much and didn’t produce large amounts of waste. So if you know of a dog that does that, then that one.
I would say that unless you need a dog for a specific purpose, the smaller the better, only because they consume and produce less. However if you are looking for protection, or help with something, it is probably a good idea to go with something a little larger.
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