When choosing a pet, you should learn more about the nature and habits of the dog breed first. Many dogs will be able to feel good only in a large house, but they will feel terrible in a small city apartment.
So here is the list of 5 dog breeds not for apartment living.
American Pit Bull Terrier is a very serious dog, demanding care and proper socialization, training, and exercise.
If you don`t pay enough attention to your dog`s socialization, this cute, awkward puppy turns into a threat to the whole family, other pets, and strangers.
Bullmastiff is a large-sized breed of domestic dogs.
This breed is considered as a reliable and hardy guard dog.consistency is needed for a Bullmastiff to become a well-behaved family member. Training and socialization are of high importance, as the breed can be independent if you don`t pay enough attention to your dog`s socialization and daily maximum time for exercise from the first days of your Bullmastiff`s life, then he will turn into an uncontrollable dog. The training of bullmastiffы must be handled by experienced dog handlers only, otherwise, it will be dangerous even for the owners.
Weimaraner is a large hunting dog breed. They are considered as all-purpose gun dogs.
Weimaraners as all hunting dog breeds require increased attention. If you do not pay enough attention to active walks with your dog, then he will begin to hurt.
In addition, the Weimaraner does not get along with other pets. They are jealous and will whine and bark loudly if the owner leaves him alone or pet other dogs.
Rottweiler is known for his ability to protect the owners from any danger.
But it is important to realize that without proper socialization, exercise, and competent training, the Rottweiler becomes a mortal danger to the owner and all other family members.
St. Bernard is a large working dog. People call them gentle giants for their sweet nature.
Saint Bernard is calm, patient, and sweet with adults, and especially children. However St. Bernards, like all very large dogs, must be well socialized with people and other dogs in order to prevent fearfulness and any possible aggression or territoriality.
Living in a typical city apartment, St. Bernard will be sorely lacking in space. You should remember that this dog can`t stand the heat. In addition, your apartment will be dirty as there are pieces of long fur during the molting period, and droplets of saliva on the floor.