|If I have any beliefs about immortality, it is that certain dogs I have known will go to heaven, and very, very few persons. - James Thurber|
Man's best friends don't always make the best apartment pets. In their natural habitat, they live in a world with miles of open space around them. However, just because you live in an apartment doesn't mean you can't bring your best friend with you or have a dog as a small pet.
The short story is that some dogs work well in small homes or apartments, but it can even be considered cruel to contain other breeds in too small of a space. We hope this site will help find the best small dog pet for you.
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Regardless of the size and energy level of your dog, it is a good idea to walk your dog at least once a day.
Every dog, whether living on a wide-open ranch in Montana or in a tiny apartment in Manhattan should be well trained. Proper training simply makes having a dog that much more fun. However, with that said, it's important to realize that training your pet that lives with you in an apartment is even more important, since their actions touch so many more people. With proper training, a dog can be taught to avoid excessive barking, do all sorts of entertaining tricks, fetch a ball or toy and even ring a bell when it needs to go out for a walk.
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