Moving into apartments allow seniors to downsize, decrease maintenance costs and upkeep, and overall save a lot of money. Older people are also more likely to live alone with 21 percent of men and 33% of women over the age of 65 living by themselves (Source).
As a result, a lot of retirees and seniors looking to find a dog are interested in dogs that will do very well in apartments, and will not require a large yard for exercising and running around. We have selected below the best dog breeds for apartment living:
Dr. Winnie earned a Master in Biology from St Georges University, and graduated from the University of Pretoria's Veterinary School. She is a full-time Veterinarian specializing in internal medicine for companion animals.