Having a dog in a city of 8.5 million people and the skinniest apartments is a bit counter-intuitive but we New Yorkers have a soft spot for four-legged pals. No matter where we live, we’ll want to share it with man’s best friend.
From the city’s best dog parks to dog-friendly restaurants, we want to take them everywhere, but always it’s best to keep their quality of life in mind, even from the get-go.
Well, Renthop.com just released a list of the best and worst dogs for apartment living, and while some of the choices are obvious, others are … unexpected.
It seems that smaller dogs (with the exception of two types of large dog) are, of course, among the best for apartment living since space is limited.
Some of the worst dogs to put in an apartment are working dogs or dogs that need more space to be active.
Worst dogs for apartments:
Of course, these are generalizations, but if you live in NYC, you should seek out a dog that is lower maintenance and make sure you take them out as often as you can.
On that note, Renthop has a list of dog-friendly apartments you can check out right here.