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Top 10 Best Indoor Dogs

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8. Great Dane

Great Danes are fairly lazy dogs – they do not require a great deal of daily exercise and they are also quiet by nature.

You may be surprised to hear that the Great Dane made it on our best indoor dogs list simply because of its size. I mean, at 100 to 200 pounds, these are some ginormous pooches. In reality though, Great Danes are fairly lazy dogs. So, they do not require a great deal of daily exercise and they’re not overly energetic. The chances are that a medium-sized dog such as a Border Collie would have a much harder time living indoors than a giant breed.

In addition to being mellow and easy going, these majestic canines are also quiet by nature. They do have a powerful woof, but they won’t bark for barking’s sake, as some breeds tend to do. Pair that with the fact that these gentle giants are known to be very affectionate and loyal to their family, and you’ll get a fantastic family dog who is fit for an apartment! Apart from their daily walk, Great Danes won’t need extensive physical activity. So feel free to forgo any outdoor adventure. this fella is just as happy taking up the couch. He might take up the whole couch though, so it may be worth investing in other sofa just for your new furry friend.

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