Named breeds of dogs that should not be kept in the apartment

There are breeds of dogs that are simply not designed for permanent residence in an apartment. They can be uncomfortable not only because of their size, but also because of their activity, said Vladimir Golubev, President of the Russian Cynological Federation.

According to him, such breeds as Laika, Husky, Alaskan Malamute, Central Asian and Caucasian Shepherd Dogs, Akita Inu, Tibetan Mastiff will feel uncomfortable in the apartment. The latter, by the way, will often bark loudly, which will make them unbearable neighbors in a high-rise building.

“We are talking more about sledding breeds or large and massive animals. Even if you really want to get such a dog in a studio apartment, you need to think about this decision well,” quotes the words of a RIAMO specialist.

Golubev noted that likes need a constant opportunity to actively spend time. The Alaskan Malamute also needs long walks and lots of space to run and play. Central Asian and Caucasian Shepherd Dogs are excellent guard dogs, but subject to proper education. The expert also spoke about the correct content of the husky. These dogs should be taken out for long walks at least three times a day, as well as given time for training, otherwise they can destroy the apartment.

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