A new study found that dogs have some understanding of what we say and how we say it. Not only that, but they can also combine some vocabulary and our intonation to get a correct understanding of what we mean when we talk to them. In this study, Dr. Attila Andics and several other colleagues were able to train dogs to lie in a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine while the machine recorded the dogs’ brain activity. The experiment revealed some really interesting results!
Life can get a little crowded when you introduce even a small dog into an apartment. Let’s admit it, most apartments are small, and even if it’s just you and your dog, life can get pretty cramped. However, despite the challenge of apartment living, we’re going to give you some tips on how to keep your dog happy in an apartment.
Looking for a dog that can live comfortably in an apartment? Finding the right dog for your apartment takes some research. Certain dog breeds are better suited for apartment life than others. Typically, when you look for an apartment dog, you want a smaller dog (although there are exceptions to this). You also usually want a dog that barks less and is relatively friendly to others (due to close-proximity neighbors). For some apartment dwellers, you may want a dog with a lower energy level (due to the smaller space). However, you can still get a higher energy level dog for the apartment, you will just need to dedicate more time to extended bouts of exercise. Based on this information, here is a list of 10 dog breeds that will fit in your apartment and live comfortably.