Thinking About Living in an Apartment with Your Pooch? Check Out These Tips

If you're moving into an apartment and have been living in a larger space such as a house or condo, you will have some adjustments to make with Fido. Smaller and medium sized dogs will better adapt to a smaller space, so if you have a large dog you may want to seek out a different living space.

As you search for the ideal apartment find out if they even accept pets. Some complexes charge pet deposits and monthly pet fees. It's also important to consider whether you should live upstairs or downstairs — if your pet is energetic chances are a downstairs unit will better suit your needs!

There are more important tips to consider when moving into an apartment. But don't worry, you can make it work with your furry best friend.

Check out doggy apartment dwelling tips on the second page.

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