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4 Smart Tips to Make Apartment Living with Your Dog Easier

by Jon Vijungco
Managing Director
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November 19, 2018

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Dogs are always a joy to be with. Wouldn’t you say so, yourself?

Their boundless energy is so infectious! The sight of them alone is enough to keep you going for the rest of the day. Perhaps, that’s why a lot of pet owners like to live with their animal companions. But really, there’s no denying that having a dog around just makes everything a lot better!

But let’s get real for a minute. While keeping a canine companion in close proximity might be ideal, it’s not always an easy thing to achieve. Oh, but you shouldn’t close your mind to it that quickly! Here are a couple of tips that should make apartment living with a dog more achievable:

  1. Discuss your dog with the landlord

    First things, first. You have to check with your landlord if pets are allowed in the building, along with the rules and regulations that they may have with regards to pet ownership. By gaining knowledge of what’s doable and what’s not, you will be able to secure a happy and comfortable home for you and your buddy.

  2. Have your dog vaccinated

    Getting your pup vaccinated is of paramount importance as it will serve as evidence in the event that someone accuses your canine companion of biting them.

    Aside from that, you should also consider taking parasite prevention more seriously. As you may already know, most apartment complexes share one common yard. If their pets have any sickness, it could latch on to your pup and get them sick.

  3. Help your dog get used to the area

    Commit to taking your dog for a walk daily. The more they are familiar with their surroundings, the better they will be able to adjust and live with you in the apartment.

  4. Prepare your dog for house training

    Challenging as it may be, helping your pup accomplish this will be one of the most rewarding experiences you will have as a pet owner. Whether you occupy a house or an apartment in a high rise building, nothing is impossible once you put your mind into it. If you don’t have a dog of your own yet, you could also consider adopting an older dog that has already finished house training.

Yes, it’s true that caring for a pet is a lot of work. But you know what? It’s very much worth every effort you put into it. But do you know what else can improve the quality of care you can give to your pup? It’s by getting them insurance.

With the assistance of The Insured Pet by your side, your animal companion will be able to get the medical care they need (and other important services), right when they need it the most.

Share this blog with a fellow dog lover who is planning to move into an apartment with their canine buddy, just like you!

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