Top 10 Best Indoor Dogs
If it’s cold and rainy outside, stay inside with your cuddle buddy, the English Bulldog! Bulldogs love to spend time with their families – especially with children – and they do not have high exercise requirements. In fact, these dogs would be perfectly content to spend most of the day napping and snoring on the couch. Their short legs were not made for hikes or long walks in the first place, so what’s a pooch to do besides kicking back and enjoying that pampered indoor life? Doesn’t that sound nice?
The Bulldog’s famed laziness extends to barking, too, as these canines can’t be bothered to be yappy. It can be said that this breed is generally quiet… but only if you ignore their loud breathing, snoring, and the occasional fart. All things considered, these doggos will be more than happy living in an apartment- as long as you can keep them cool on a hot day. The only thing you have to worry about are those dastardly bulldog farts. Those can be a little rough in a small setting, so be prepared.
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