Breeds of Dogs That Don't Belong Indoors  

One crucial aspect often overlooked is whether the breed is suitable for indoor living. 

While many dogs adapt well to apartment or house life, some breeds thrive better with ample outdoor space and activities.  

Understanding the needs of different breeds is essential to ensure their well-being and your own satisfaction as a pet owner.  

Known for their endurance and love for running, Siberian Huskies have a strong instinct to roam and explore. 

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Without sufficient space to run and play, Huskies may become restless and engage in destructive behaviors. 

Apartment living can be particularly challenging for this breed unless the owner is committed to providing extensive daily exercise and activities. 

Border Collies require regular opportunities to burn off their abundant energy, making them better suited to homes with large yards or access to open spaces. 

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