Are Toy Dog Terriers A Good Breed If You’re Moving Into An Apartment?

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I 'm into an apartment and moves in a I', m, which is considering getting a dog. I 've been asked what kind of dog is good for an apartment and was informed that I all the terrier expectations. I wanted to check in if. I wanted a dog that was enough light for my apartment. I already check with my landlord and he told me he was fine. He must be loyal, loving, more friendly to foreigners, and doesn 't bark.

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Comments

    • dogluvr
    • September 6, 2009

    Terriers bark a TON.

    • AngieVeg
    • September 6, 2009

    As long as the dog doesn’t shed a lot and is quiet, its okay 🙂

    • CiCi
    • September 6, 2009

    Terriers are known to bark often. But you can hire a pro trainer to help! Good luck!

    • Dreamer
    • September 6, 2009

    Jack Russel Terriers are barkers and chewers and not very friendly with people other than the owner so don’t.
    Yorkshire Terriers seem to be perfect for aparment living and easy to train. They are very loving and sweet.

    • puttytat
    • September 6, 2009

    Small terriers are loud, energetic, love to be outdoors, and can be wary and nippy around strangers. A toy breed might be good for you, but not a terrier- something like a Maltese, Shih Tzu, Cavalier spaniel, etc. would be a better option than a terrier.

    • Kumi
    • September 6, 2009

    i suggest that you get a rat terrier or simalar dog i have a little rat terrier female named daisey mae, and she is just the best little dog she is perfect for an apartment which me and my wife have. she is house broken and she has a lot of love in her. she never barks or bites you can feed her safely. she has a good temporment around llittle kids. go to your local animal hospital or the spca for a good dog. may god bless you. puttytat61@yahoo.com

    • Wiry
    • September 6, 2009

    Toys and terriers are two different groups of dogs.
    Terriers (for the most part) are generally very energetic and can be quite yappy. Bad for an apartment.
    Toys, on the other hand, are typically considered to be very good apartment dogs.
    Bichon Frise, Pug, Lhasa Apso, and big kind of lazier breed such as the Clumber Spaniel and Bassett Hound are all considered to be good dogs for apartment life.

    • LianeW
    • September 6, 2009

    Whenever your neighbors walk by your front door, do expect your terrier to bark and bark and bark… Make sure your neighbours won’t complain about the noise.

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