Top 10 Best Dog Breeds For Apartments
Those big eyes, that adorable snort, the perky package. Okay, so maybe these things don’t make a Pug perfect for apartment living, but this breed has a lot going for it in addition to cute looks. This pupper comes in a handy compact size (Pugs are a mere 10 to 14 inches high and weigh in at little more than 14 to 18 pounds) and they are cool with just hanging out with you on the bed, binging one Netflix show after another. Trust us, this squishy face pooch won’t judge you if you decide to rewatch Supernatural or Grey’s Anatomy starting from the first season. In fact, they’ll nest right next to you through countless episodes. Sure, they won’t be able to offer many theories about the plot, but they will enjoy their time by your side.
However, even though they are known as notorious couch potatoes, Pugs do need some moderate daily exercise. Two 20 minute walks a day are enough to keep your roomie in good health! And, in addition to having low energy levels, these canines are generally quiet and won’t cause trouble with your neighbors, as some yappy pooch might. It would be hard to find a human roommate better suited to apartment living than a pug! (Photo credit: Utekhina Anna/Shutterstock)