Choose the right dog for apartment living: Consider pet size, exercise requirements, animal noise and mess, money to spend on care and landlord permission.
People who live in apartments often face a difficult choice. They may want to add a pet to their home, must take care to choose the right pet for apartment living. If you live in a small space, chose dogs who don’t bark, have low energy needs and need to spend minimal time outdoors.
Couch potato dogs: Make an honest assessment of your lifestyle to help you choose the right dog. If you’re a couch potato, get a couch potato dog, not a high energy dog.
Napoleon Complex: Small dogs without training and appropriate boundaries try to dominate and exhibit bad behavior including aggression, nipping and jumping.
Handle with care: Toy breeds are more prone to injury and illness due to their size and inbreeding. They often have breathing, stomach, skin and bone, and joint issues.