Why does my dog look sad?
Dogs change their facial expressions when they know people are looking at them—perhaps in an effort to communicate. For instance, canines in the study would make the classic “sad puppy face”—raising their inner eyebrows to make their eyes look larger and more infant-like—when looking into a human’s eyes.
Is 60 lbs a large dog?
Ask individual dog owners and their definitions will probably vary just as much as the experts, but generally speaking, dogs who weigh 35 to 55 pounds are considered medium-size, and dogs over 60 pounds are considered large by most people.
What is Considered a Small Dog for Apartments?
Apartment communities tend to have their own rules, regulations and restrictions when it comes to dogs living on the premises.
Most times, complexes that allow canine tenants have general weight limits on dogs per apartment home.
That limit is often set at 75lbs.
Apartment policies may vary, but the limit for dogs is often under 75 pounds.
Apartments normally do not separate dogs by small, medium or large for purposes of leasing a home.
Generally, as long as your dog is under their proposed weight limit, nothing else matters.
Unfortunately many apartment complexes do discriminate against certain breeds, but “small dog breeds” as a generalization aren’t normally listed on those restrictions.
If you have a small dog under 22lbs, or even a larger dog up to 75lbs, they will most likely be accepted into an apartment, condo or other housing community.
There are often to advantages to having a small dog if you live in an apartment though.
An apartment is often big enough for a small dog to thrive, as there is space for a tiny pup to play fetch and tug.
But be careful with yappers – apartment neighbors won’t appreciate a dog who barks a lot.