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Attention, city slickers! You, too, can own a happy, adjusted dog—even in the smallest, highest studio space. These six breeds do great as apartment dogs—to them, a tiny space is more than enough as long as they receive the proper amount of exercise and socialization. 

 

Greyhound

greyhound in apartment

They may be known for their speed while running, but Greyhounds are loving, lazy companions that enjoy curling up on the couch at home with their owners. They do exercise, so be prepared for long walks or trips to the local dog run daily. A plus: Greyhounds are generally quiet dogs, so they won’t bother the neighbors. 

 

Bulldog

bulldog

Bulldogs make excellent pets because they’re gentle and love their people. They are relatively easy keepers, making them perfect for those who don’t have a ton of time to dedicate to grooming and exercise.

 

Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkie is a big personality in a tiny dog. They are brave and energetic but require limited exercise due to their size, making them great dogs for small spaces. Make sure you train them well so that their high-pitched bark doesn't drive your neighbors nuts.

 

Boston Terrier

boston

Boston Terriers have a characteristically gentle disposition and make wonderful pets. They are easy to train and only need a moderate amount of exercise, so daily walks will do. They also don’t need much grooming.

 

French Bulldog

French Bulldog sleeping on apartment floor

A French Bulldog’s main role is that of a lap warmer. They are affectionate dogs that need a minimal amount of exercise. 

 

Pomeranian

Poms are excellent for city living because of their small size, outgoing personality, and moderate exercise requirements. They are also easy to transport because of their mild temperament and small size. 

 

Find out the perks of being a city dog here. 

See which 5 breeds are the most popular in the Big Apple here.

Learn the difference between LA dogs and NY dogs here.

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