In a perfect world, we would snuggle our dogs all day, every day. However, the responsibilities of our business and personal life keep us from spending time with our beloved dogs. It might be difficult for both you and your dog to leave your dog alone at home. You’ve seen the sad puppy dog eyes that are meant to make you feel awful about leaving them, but not anymore you can do your work and your dog can probably enjoy and relax with his buddies at dog boarding.
“What breed of dog should they get?” is a popular question among working dog lovers. Some dog breeds require more exercise and social engagement than others. Your dog will be perfectly satisfied being self-reliant, drinking water, strolling about the apartment, and watching creatures out the window while you’re gone if you choose the proper breed from the start. And if not you always have us!
We realize how difficult it is to leave your furry baby, which is why Bark n Walk offers dog boarding services so that you can work stress-free while your pet is looked after. A home away from home!
Breeds that can be left alone
These are the independent canines that can be left alone—happily and without issue—from tiny puppies to big dogs. But keep in mind that all dogs have their limits, as it’s in their nature to be social.
- The Basset Hound: One of the most significant medium-sized dog breeds for an apartment is the Basset Hound. They enjoy walking around and using their noses, although they are pretty inactive for the majority of the day. If you obtain a basset and have to go to work, your hound will most likely sleep for the majority of the day.
- The Chihuahua: The Chihuahua is an excellent choice if you want a little dog yet it must work. They’ll be OK if you leave them alone for the majority of the day. The Chihuahua is an excellent choice if you require a less energetic dog. Simply make sure your Chihuahua has another Chihuahua to play with during the day—they work best in pairs.
- The Greyhound: You go to work every day, but you still want a big dog? The Greyhound is a fantastic option. Because they are couch potatoes that spend most of their time resting, they are one of the finest dogs for apartment living.
- The Maltese: While waiting for his or her family to get home, this little slacker is willing to snooze on the back of the sofa for most of the day. A Maltese is unlikely to destroy your home because of boredom, and unlike certain breeds, it will not demand extended walks.
- The Shar-Pei: The Shar Pei, one of the most peculiar dog breeds, is ideal for a daytime owner. Shar-Pei is a medium-sized Chinese dog, was formerly the ordinary man’s hunting and fighting dog, although they are not very active nowadays.
Do Dogs like being alone?
Despite the fact that we’ve concentrated on dogs who tolerate being alone better, there isn’t a single dog on the planet who enjoys being left alone.
Our canine companions thrive in our company since they are social creatures. As a result, you shouldn’t expect any breed to be completely self-sufficient enough to be left alone for more than 8 hours every day. There are some dogs who are a little more laid-back and prefer to chill rather than cry, but they will never be happy when they are alone. With Bark n Walk, there is no need to worry because we provide you with a perfect place for dog boarding with all the top-notch facilities.
Things to consider while they are left alone
If you are leaving your dog alone at home, it’s very important to make sure of the following things-
• Health conditions and issues
• Separation anxiety
• Training and behavior
• Potty breaks
• Feeding times
• Exercise and activity
• Other animals in the house
Considering everything Bark n Walk offers premium dog boarding, dog grooming with round-the-clock care and fresh food, and a sanitary hostel for your protection. CCTV surveillance is available 24 /7, and veterinary services.