When you’re a city-dweller living in an apartment, finding the right pup for you can be a challenge. Here are five small, calm dog breeds perfect for apartment living or for those of us who lead a less energetic lifestyle.
Weighing in at a whopping seven pounds, my Yorkshire Terrier wouldn’t seem intimidating to someone seeing him for the first time, but his attitude is larger than life. Here are eight ways my small dog acts like the biggest dog in the world.
Are you wondering what the best small dog breeds for an apartment are? Since small dogs take up less space, many apartment dwellers prefer the smaller dog breeds. Here are 32 small dogs who make great companions for those who live in apartments or condos
Big dogs are great, but little dogs have lots of advantages. They tend to live longer, they can be scooped up and held like teddy bears, and you can sneak them into most places in an average handbag.
Before I had a small dog, I always thought of them more as “accessory pets” than anything. Wrong!
When it comes to apartment pets, size does matter. Giant paws and long legs don’t always mix well with tiny living spaces. However, the size of your dog isn’t the only thing…
Owning a friendly dog takes more than just choosing a breed who has traits conducive to friendly behavior, it also takes work on the part of the owner.
It’s important to know the health risks involved with any breed of dog you may be bringing into the family. These breeds tend to have the least health issues.
Looking for a small dog who sheds as little fur as possible? Here are 10 candidates — from the Bichon Frise to the Yorkshire Terrier — who fit the bill.
A dog’s life expectancy is determined by many factors, such as breed and size, and often times does not adhere to the universally accepted “seven-year rule.”
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From the Bichon Frise to the Yorkshire Terrier and eight breeds in between, here are the top 10 smallest dog breeds, including the Chihuahua, Pug, Shih Tzu, and more.