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Survival guide for medium sized dog breeds

Medium sized dog breeds aren’t for everyone; however, they are a great pivoting point to start looking. Most don’t require large amounts of exercise compared to large dogs and they’re easier to walk. Always take your time choosing your dog, never rush out and buy the first one that looks great. Don’t be a ‘Marley and Me’ syndrome, you are inviting unnecessary problems into your family home. Dogs should always fit into your lifestyle, not the owner fitting around a dog. However, there ought to be a small degree of flexibility.

Medium sized dog breeds blueprint

Most medium dogs are semi-active, and on the positive side, they don’t eat as much as larger dogs so they may well be more financially feasible for some people.

These usually weigh around 14kg to 23kg; their heights range between 14 and 22 inches. Most medium sized dog breeds are unsuitable for apartments; however, the smaller

Guimedium sized dog breeds

and less active dogs could be okay. It is wiser to have a garden for this size dog.

For the largest part, medium sized dog breeds are gentle and are very loving. Overall, they thrive on companionship and are great guard dogs.

If you are thinking about buying a dog, be very scrupulous where you buy your companion. There are some extremely indiscriminate dog breeders out there who have carelessly over bred.

If any dog has been carelessly bred, they can become unstable, temperamental and unhealthy. Often, you won’t realize there’s a problem until you’re home or had the dog for a few weeks.

As with all dogs bills can be high, particularly with medium sized dog breeds. To see what’s involved check out this very informative article on Interesting facts for dogs – The new owners guide, it includes everything you need to know.

Generally, medium sized dog breeds suffer fewer health problems than larger dogs or giants. However, they may have health problems as they become older. They are prone to hip dysplasia, arthritis, osteosarcoma, bone and cartilage diseases. On a good note, medium sized dog breeds usually live around 14 years.

If you’re unsure about owning a medium dog go to ‘Discovering the best dog breed for you‘ to start another search.

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If you’re certain medium sized dog breeds are for you, then checkout ‘Comparing the medium size dog breed‘.

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Jennifer Pitts

I love pets and I love animals. I have 2 dogs and 3 cats and it's not enough for me.

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