Dogs That Need Space: Here Are 10 Adorable Dog Breeds To Avoid If You Live In An Apartment

Many of us have decided to welcome new puppies into our homes over the past couple of years – Dog club Figures show dog ownership soared by almost 8% when the pandemic hit and demand for post-lockdown furry friends remains high. Of course, there are 221 different purebred dog breeds to choose from, as well as plenty of crossbreeds, so there’s a lot of thought to go into before selecting the latest addition to your family.

Before settling on a particular breed, it’s important to think about what type of dog will best suit your lifestyle and living conditions. For those of us who live in apartments or city apartments – often without direct access to a private garden – this means certain breeds should be high on your wish list.

In the meantime, for various reasons, there are others that you should avoid, for their sake and yours! Here are the 10 dog breeds least suited to apartment living.