Dog and Housing or Sheltering

Standards For Your Dog: Obviously there are different standards and ways of living. Each one of these offers your dog certain ways in which to reside in. The subsequently norms or rules facilitate your day-to-day interaction with your dog in your home.

  • The bigger the city and the higher up your house is, the smaller you dog has to be.
  • The more stairs there are in your house, the closer your dog has to be to "normal legged". In specialized stores there are special bags with which you can carry small breeds up and down the stairs using only one hand.
  • The less free time you have, the more painstaking your attention has to be towards the dog.
  • If you don't have much possibilities for walk outdoors you need a more sedentary breed.
  • If there are a lot of people living in your house you need a breed which doesn't bark very much.

The Dogs Sleeping Place

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