Meow! Cats make great apartment pets. They’re cute and loveable, plus non-smelly, non-slobbery, and low-maintenance (unlike a certain other animal which will not be named!). Still, some cat breeds do better than others in apartments. Read the rest of this entry »
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Chihuahua or Corgi? Beagle or Boxer? You’re looking for a new furry family member, but one that won’t cause fights with your landlord or troubles for your security deposit. Find out which dog breeds are best for apartment living and why, from the furriendly folks at ApartmentSearch! Read the rest of this entry »
Mini-pigs are precious, but do they make good apartment pets? How about ferrets or iguanas? You may think cats and dogs are old news, but pause before you get creative. Some animals are well-suited for apartment life, while others are…not.
Puppies sure look cute, don’t they? They’re so adorable and Instagram-able!
However, the cuteness factor might lose some of its charm when it comes time for your pup to pee or poop. The task of potty training a puppy is hard enough as it is. It’s even more difficult when you and little Bella share an apartment on the 10th floor. Read the rest of this entry »
The day was finally here. Lola grabbed her sweater and rushed outside. The morning air was cool on her face as she raced down the steps of her apartment building. There, under a light pole, was a quickly-disappearing pile of slush no larger than a shoe. The melted water glistened as it sunk into the surrounding grass. She snapped a photo on her phone and pushed it out onto Instagram. The adorned verbiage was just four words long: “Spring is officially here!” Read the rest of this entry »
Every February, New York City goes to the dogs. This year marks the 141st year of the Westminster Dog Show, which calls The Big Apple and Madison Square Garden home. Nearly 3,000 dogs will compete on February 13 and 14 for the coveted title of “Best in Show.” Among them are all sorts of breeds, sizes, personalities, and lifestyles. Some of the best dogs are even perfect for apartment dwellers. So, before you head out in search of a new furry roommate, here is a handy guide to some things you should know about dogs that call apartments home. Read the rest of this entry »
You’re moving. What are you gonna do without your BFF?! Don’t worry. New friends are just around the corner. If you’re moving to a new apartment, keep texting those old friends but start looking for new ones, right here! Turns out, they don’t even have to be human. Check out our hand-groomed list of apartment-friendly pets and find your ultimate furry friend for life. Read the rest of this entry »
Ah, the joys of puppy parenthood. Romps in the park, cuddles on the couch, games of fetch… torn-up pillows… piddled-on welcome mats… There are plenty of ups and downs that come with the addition of a furry canine friend to your apartment home. Whether your new friend is a tiny teacup pup or a roly-poly pug, you’ll need to take a few steps so she grows up happy and healthy… and so you can get your security deposit back when you move out! Read the rest of this entry »
The simple fact is that we are obsessed with our pets. This Valentine’s Day, pet owners are expected to spend at least $30 on their pets and, as Americans, we spent more than $60 billion annually on our furry family members. We share photos of them on social media, we talk to them as if they were our own human children, and apartment renters go out of their way to make sure that they choose the apartment that is right for their pets. It is not a coincidence that the Westminster Dog Show takes place each year around Valentine’s Day and is held in New York City. Even Hollywood is getting in on the action with the upcoming movie, The Secret Life of Pets. For many of us, apartment life has definitely gone to the dogs. Read the rest of this entry »
There are plenty of perks to renting an apartment: community pools, workout centers, free maintenance, etc. Although your landlord will be quick to highlight many of the positive perks and requirements for renters, there may be a few things he or she might leave out. To get the most out of your rental, make sure you pay special attention to the following tips. Read the rest of this entry »