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Do you live in a small house?
Dog breeds for apartments can adapt very easily to living in small spaces.
Although dogs are pets and man’s best friends, different dog breeds have different characteristics.
Dog breeds that are best suited for apartments:
• are friendly to everyone,
• have fewer exercise needs,
• have low tendency to bark,
• does not shed.
Ok now let’s see list of top 10 best dog breeds for apartments:
10. Brussels Griffon.
The Brussels Griffon dog breed is known for its distinctive head appearance.
They are friendly to humans, average shedders, and they have a lot of energy so they require daily exercise.
A cute little pug is a pet that is always playful and friendly to everyone and these facts make them a popular dog breed for families with kids.
Even though they are small and do not have a large fluffy coat, they have a thick coat and shed a lot.
Chihuahua is a tiny little dog.
These dogs adapt well to apartment living, aren’t too demanding to maintain, love people and family.
7. Boston Terrier.
The Boston Terrier is a beautifully small, sturdy and muscular dog that is also known by name American Gentleman, why?
This dog breed does not bark unless it is necessary, they do not shed a lot and require daily physical activity.
6. Chinese Crested.
The Chinese Crested Dog was created to be a perfect companion who will love people and easily adapt to anyone.
These dogs are friendly to everyone, shed very low, have no tendency to bark, and do not require much physical activity.
All these characteristics make them one of the best dog breeds for apartments and indoor living.
5. Coton de Tulear.
Coton de Tulear dog is a small and smart pet known for its cotton-like coat.
They are good for beginners, friendly to everyone, do not shed and do not belong to energetic dogs although they adore playing and can be a great choice for children.
4. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a very popular small dog breed.
Although they have a thick coat, they belong to the average shedders.
And now follow the top 3 best dog breeds for apartments, ready?
3. English Bulldog.
The English Bulldog is a muscular dog breed that can easily adapt to life in the city or village.
They are friendly to everyone, aren’t noisy, and with only a few brushing a week you won’t have too much trouble shedding.
2. Bichon Frise.
If you want a pet that will always be cheerful, beautiful and friendly then little Bichon Frise is the perfect choice for you.
With all good characteristics, they can adapt well to living in small spaces like apartments, are great for beginners, adore everyone, don’t bark and don’t shed a lot.
In just a few seconds you will see the best dog for apartment living, ready?
Basenji is a really special dog breed and it is known as a breed that does not bark at all.
Also, gene analysis shows that the Basenji dog breed is the oldest in the world.
A less known fact is that Basenji dogs are great for living in small spaces like apartments, why?
They do not shed, are friendly to everyone, do not bark and have great characteristics for beginners.
The only problem that isn’t really a problem is energy.
These dogs require daily physical activity.
So it’s hard to point out the best dog for apartment.
Each dog breed in the list can easily adapt to living in apartments and small spaces but still possesses some unique characteristics and it is up to you to choose the one that best suits you and your family.
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