Frenchies can handle being alone, yes. Can't always go by the advice on the websites tho. There's a fellow in the condo here that has a french, lovely dog, doesn't seem bothered on being alone.Thank you for the advice jagger, but i've already searched for different breeds on a specialized website about dogs and the ones i liked were either too big for appartaments or couldn't tolerate being alone. I already had my eye on a french bulldog, but i heard they can't be left alone for too long... Any thoughts on that?
I would love to know more about your general lifestyle before recommending a dog. You mention size is an issue because of your living arrangements - how big is too big? How do you feel about hair? Grooming - will you pay for it, or do it yourself? How much exercise can you commit to daily? Is drool a factor?Hi! Since i was a little girl i've always wanted to have a dog, but the only problem is that i don't know which breed to choose. Knowing that my only concern is the dog being left alone during the day, which breed do you reccomend me?onder:onder:
What size dog are you looking for? Italian greyhounds are fairly small, so if they are too big you won't have many choices.Thanks for the advice, but i found the italian greyhounds too big for my appartment. Thank you anyways...
Glad you found breeds that fit your needs! I'm still confused about the size thing, but whatever.Having a dog will be a great way for me to get more exercise, and yes i would want to train him myself, and preferencly at a really young age. But i already have a breed that fits in my conditions (the pug or the french bulldog). Thank you anyways!