Condo Living with a Dog

A dog is a good companion, it is proven to be one of the best human stress reliever, but how about owning a dog a in high rise living? The answer is yes, it is possible to keep a dog or other pets even if you’re staying in a condominium as long as there is no “no-pet policy” enforced in the place. Some condominiums are strict in implementing the no-pet directive but there are those which allows one dog per unit rule and serve a designated place also in the building where pets can play. Therefore, if you plan to rent or buy a condo unit check out on their pet policy first for you to be able to keep your dog with you.

The size of the dog and the space is not really a problem. A dog can easily adapt to condo living as long as you bring up and trained your dog properly.

Poodle, English Bulldog, Dachshund, Chihuahua, Charles Spaniel, Shih Tzu, Pug among others are suggested good dog companions for condo living. Their typically good natured traits and intelligence make them ideal for an apartment life. In order to keep them fit, set a daily schedule that allows them to go outdoors and do daily walks.

Alleviate stress and tension, live a happy life with your doggie.

Lovingly written by Joy


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