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The Ideal Dogs for Apartment Life-2

The Ideal Dogs for Apartment Life

Dogs are indeed man’s best friend. But, many people avoid adopting a dog when they live in an apartment, often worried about the dog’s behavior and comfort level. However, there are dogs that are well suited to live in apartments.

Pug

Pug

This cute, childlike, innocent-looking dog has become one of the hot Indian favorites. They do not require a huge space to run around, making them ideal apartment dwellers. Bearing a wrinkled, squishy appearance, pugs are playful, loyal, and highly intelligent. However, pugs tend to get bored without regular exercise or interaction with their owners. These lively dogs can suffer from breathing issues and obesity, requiring extra care.

Pomeranian

Pomeranians, small and feisty dogs with pricked ears and foxy faces, are found in many Indian households. They adapt well to apartment living as they are small and require very little exercise. Pomeranians are attractive with their scraggly, feathery coats and arched tails. Even though they are easy-to-maintain, Pomeranians are known for their unstable temperaments. These fur balls need to be dealt with using tough love as they do bark excessively. Pomeranians shed heavily and require frequent brushing and trimming to keep them well groomed.

Pomeranian
Lhasa apso

Lhasa apso

Standing approximately under a foot tall, the Lhasa apso has proven to be one of the best pets for people residing in apartments. Lhasas are adorable, small, and sturdy dogs. They do not bark without a reason and are excellent watchdogs. Lhasas have long, lustrous, and durable coats that often get tangled and require regular grooming. However, at the same time, they do not shed much and are easy to maintain.

Dachshunds

Great for small living spaces, dachshunds are a very popular breed that comes with plenty of attitude. They are playful, friendly, and affectionate, making for keen watchdogs. Dachshunds do not shed excessively and have long and low bodies. It is essential to maintain their weight as exerting strain on their back could possibly break or damage their spine.

Dachshunds

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