Small dogs can easily get settled up in your apartment or room – no matter how small or large it is. This will not require you to have any additional setup for your dog in your room. Small dogs are also very active and friendly with home people in comparison with other typical large sized dogs, who tend to be lazier. Small dogs are very active and can be proved truly helpful for your small baby. Many people think that typical large sized dogs are intelligent and much more reliable. This is not always true. Even small dogs are also very intelligent and can perform activities with greater intelligence.
Training a small dog is also quiet easier in comparison with teaching and training a large size typical dog. Furthermore, small dogs are easy to live with. In contrast, typical large sized dogs such as bull dog or German shepherd can be proved a little lazy and hence will learn in a greater time span. You can easily carry your small dog with you, no matter you are going to a night party or to casino. Carrying and putting small dogs in your car is also not a trouble. You can easily lift up your small dog in one hand. This will keep you other hand free.
Being small, active, cute and naught, small dogs are sometimes not preferred by house ladies. This is probably because small dogs do not take much time in messing up a house, bedroom, kitchen and dining hall. The disadvantage is that you cannot readily grab the dog as he/she is small and fast. In such circumstances, you should train your dog the correct way. There’s no doubt that some of the small dogs are stubborn and they can be proved really problematic in learning new things. You should be firm and patient in the training of your small dog.
Many people don’t treat large and small dogs equally. They think that small dogs are not that capable and hence can bear much more than a typical bull dog or German shepherd. This is a totally wrong perception. Small dogs also respond to your activities, show their angriness and happiness. You should also be able to respond to his/her activities so that the small dog can get more familiar and friendly with you.