Let's face it, we all want that big backyard where the grill is lit, kids are playing and dogs frolicking. However, we can't always have that, so a densely populated low square footage apartment may be what we get. And who needs all that space anyway.
However, when you consider getting a pup living in 1k sqft. (or less) apartment with or without a balcony, you might consider certain canine breeds that will do better in the limited in-door and outdoor space.
I think you should adopt any pup you want, adoptions and rescuing pups always welcome! When you do get a pup in an apartment setting always consider TIME, ENERGY AND MONEY. Do you have the time it takes to have a healthy and happy pup? do you have the energy for a high-energy, bouncing off the walls puppy AND if not, do you have the resources to pay for a pet sitter, dog walker to help offload some of that energy? Better yet, become a member ofPUP SIT MATCH immediately and start sharing pup care with your neighbor.