Having an apartment, as opposed to a house with a yard, should never get in the way of dog ownership. Luckily, there are many dogs that are suited to apartment living (even in small ones), so you simply need to find one that suits you. Grooming needs, temperament, and exercise requirements will all play a role, so Purebredbreeders.com Reviews urges you to pay attention to this. Here are 5 of the top 10 dogs that are best suited for apartments. We hope you find the one for you listed here.
1. The Bichon Frise is a quiet, sociable dog that is great for the family. This dog gets along well with people, as well as other dogs. It can get ample exercise by playing indoors as well as with daily walks in the park. The breed sheds very little, but Purebredbreeders.com Reviews must warn that the white coat requires extra care to maintain the color, and a daily brushing is necessary to avoid matting.
2. Chihuahuas only need a little exercise. In fact, playing indoors coupled with going out for a walk often suffice. They also need very little grooming, with a weekly brushing usually being enough. However, Purebredbreeders.com Reviews should point out that they can be a bit talkative. This may be a problem in some apartments where nose is an issue.
3. People love French Bulldogs because they are outgoing, friendly and low maintenance. This breed only needs to be brushed to reduce shedding, so otherwise grooming is minimal. They also need little exercise, and should even be monitored when the weather is warm because their nose and paws have a tendency to dry out. They tend to tire easily, so basic romping about indoors and a low impact walk should be enough to keep a French Bulldog fit.
4. Great Danes are friendly and loyal pooches that do not bark as much despite their great watchdog tendencies. Grooming is often restricted to brushing their short fur, and they tend to laze about the place when indoors. They will require a good amount of exercise so walks, dog parks and play-dates will likely become routine. Purebredbreeders.com Reviews feels this makes them better suited to active individuals.
5. A Greyhound is best described as a couch potato. This means they will be inactive indoors for the most part, which is why they are great for apartments. However, they do need regular walks. They need very little grooming, and they are usually quiet and easy going.
The full list got a bit long, so Purebredbreeders.com Reviews decided to split it. Please check back for Part 2 for the rest of the top 10 best breeds for apartment living. We hope that you find your ideal canine companion from this list. We also recommend that you try to learn more about each of the breeds before you make a choice, since the more you know the better you will be at handling a dog, no matter where you live.