Introduction:Living in an apartment with a dog can be a challenge. Many apartment renters fail to do the proper research before selecting a dog and this causes all sorts of problems. Save yourself the headache and consider one of these breeds.
A mixed breed dog makes an excellent apartment dweller. They are easily trained and come in all sorts of sizes and shapes. Make sure you choose a mixed breed dog that isn't mixed with a breed the apartment complex may not allow.
Cairn terriers love apartment life. They are small enough to be allowed almost everywhere. Easily trained, these little guys add a lot of spunk to any home.
A Maltese is the ultimate lap dog and is well suited for apartment life. Quiet and small, they are hardly ever noticed - until you take them for a walk and everyone will be commenting on their snowy coat.
Bichon Frise make wonderful apartment dwellers. They are small dogs that are usually quiet. Any pent-up energy can be released with a walk around the apartment complex grounds.
Basset hounds also do well in apartment complexes. These friendly dogs are calm and collected most of the time. Be sure to train your Basset hound not to howl at inappropriate times.
No matter the breed, every dog has a unique personality and their own little quirks. Even some dogs that you think would never do well in apartment complexes thrive there. Make your choice carefully; the dog you choose will be part of your family.
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