Monday, January 8, 2018

A dog in an apartment

All dog breeds do not support living in an apartment. Which dog compound to choose according to your living mode and your environment? Our advices.


1    Which race to choose?

2     Take into account all the constraints

3     Welcome the dog in the apartment

A dog free from his alleys and scenes in a garden playmate will necessarily be more comfortable, but nothing prevents you from adopting one if you live in an apartment. However, your goal is to make the animal happy and to take care of it, it still deserves reflection.

Which race to choose?

dog in apartment More than the size of your home, the time you can devote to the dog is essential, with at least three forays of several tens of minutes standard day. Better perhaps - for him and for your home - give up if the dog has to stay long days alone in the apartment. Having said that, there are of course breeds that are more adapted to living indoors than others. It should be excluded from the outset all sheep dogs, hunting dogs, English setters, huskies and other fringe collies, who really need large spaces.

Logically, small dogs will feel more comfortable in a small space: Maltese and curly bichons, spitz, Yorkshires, chihuahuas, poodles, terriers, whippets, shetlands, and so on. The list is long ! Before choosing child dog, by crunching on the first ball of hair that makes you eyes soft or following the fashion of the minute, better learn from professionals and think calmly, especially constraints related to your mode of life and your environment.


In fact, before you even have a companion at home, make sure you have the right to do so, especially if you are a renter. It is also conceivable that the settlement of your property issues reservations. Finally, the mayor of your collective may well have made an order restricting the presence of dogs such as boxers, pit bulls, rottweilers and other Dobermans on child territory.

Take into account all the constraints

That the dog feels good in the family and is suitable for its creation is a prerequisite for a good living together with your future companion. But you must also take into account your environment in your choice. In addition to its size, the dog's character will then have any child significance.


A single, elderly person will prefer a small, calm dog like a careless King-Charles. But children will necessarily want to play with the newcomer, even "malmenerate". That said, the supercilious King-Charles is a great companion for kids too! Opt for a creature with a player temperament, but who also knows how to keep his nerves and not bite or bark as soon as it tickles a little. Bichons, Shetlands and Spaniels have these character attributes. Poodles and dachshunds are more quiet, and easy to educate, which is another point to consider. The burrows are very playful but somewhat stubborn and, as their name suggests, they also like to dig: park at your flowerpots if you leave them alone at home. They are also great guardians: guaranteed barking!


That's another thought if you do not want to get angry with your neighbors. Living in a building, permanent barking may well disturb more than one. In general, dwarven breeds are very excitable: they will react to any event. More precisely, Chihuahuas, dwarf pinschers and burrows of all kinds (cairn, Yorkshire, and so forth) are noisy dogs. It is also essential that the dog does not tend to roam in perpetual quality in the parts assemblies, and recovery less to make his needs there. Hence the interest of opting for an effortless race to educate.

Welcome the dog in the apartment

Once you have made your choice, get ready to welcome the dog to your apartment. Whatever the size, it is imperative that your new companion has a corner of his, with child sleeping, where he can take refuge and stay calm. Of course, plan its bowls and some toys.


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