Dog for apartment
Very often, people in big cities do not have the ability to fully walk dogs, and many of the dog breeds (large and small) require regular physical activity and exercise. It’s nice to know that there are many dog breeds that adapt perfectly to the closed life in the apartment. And this is not only dwarf dog breeds, many of the small medium and even large breeds also get along well in urban apartments.
All dogs require daily exercise to improve digestion, blood circulation, muscle development and weight management. Dogs that do not receive the right amount of exercise are more prone to heart problems, respiratory infections, obesity, and joint and muscle problems. Regular exercise, in one form or another, is essential for every breed of dog. The differences in dog energies and types of exercises make some breeds more suitable for living in small living quarters or apartments.
Most miniature or small dog breeds will exercise on their own, they themselves will find something to do in the apartment, which will keep them in shape. Since these dogs are small, even a small exercise space will be sufficient.
Many of the large and medium-sized breeds can get used to living in small residential premises and apartments, provided regular walks in the open.
Large and giant dog breeds are not recommended living in apartments just because of the physical size of the dog. Many of the larger breeds are calmer and require less activity than small and medium breeds. It is a common mistake to assume that large dogs require more exercise – just the opposite.
Long stay of dogs of any size in a confined space leads to the manifestation of destructive behavior. Walking in the fresh air, playing with the ball and other active exercises will help your dog avoid this problem.