When it comes to the best dog breeds for apartments, we have to lead with a disclaimer: just about any breed – or a wonderful “Heinz 57” mutt from the pound – can make a great apartment dog, but there are certain breeds that, traditionally, do well in multifamily living environments. So here’s a list of some of the best apartment dogs if you’re considering adding a furry roommate to your apartment life.
Most apartments require extra pet feeds, but it's a different story for service animals. Here's a quick breakdown of how the rules are different for emotional support animals.
If you're living in a compact space with your furry friend, or you're considering adopting a dog while living in a little studio or one-bedroom place, here are some important tips for keeping dogs content in your apartment. Video is included!
Getting ready to move into your first apartment can be incredibly intimidating; renting an apartment is a pretty big deal. There are a LOT of things to consider. When it's your first time, there can be enough new information to make your head spin. Here are the important things to think about BEFORE you start your apartment-hunting process. This list can save you from making some costly mistakes.
Bringing a new pet into your home is both a challenging and rewarding experience that can be made easier if you prepare yourself first for what to expect. Now that you’ve picked out your pet, whether it’s a dog, cat or something more exotic, and you’ve made the appointment to pick up your furry friend, arm yourself with knowledge of what to do before and after so you’ll become the best pet parent ever.
When it comes to dogs and moving, our pets feels the same stressors we do – and let’s face it: moving is notoriously stressful. All the shuffling around – strange smells, shifting furniture, a multitude of boxes – can make your pup feel discombobulated, despite the excitement of changing things up. Since many studies have shown that dogs help reduce our stress, if you’re moving with a dog, it’s imperative to show your furry family member the same courtesy. Here are some tips to keep your best friend calm.
The good news is that increasingly, apartment complexes are beginning to understand the pivotal role pets play in their residents’ lives and are accommodating dog owners when it comes to their policies – even to the point of putting pet-centric amenities in place. That means finding dog friendly apartments is easier than ever. The bad news? There are often restrictions, caveats or fees. Here are a few things to think about when you’re searching for dog friendly apartments.