Kennel syndrome - Even "dwarfs" prefer a real dog's life

It may seem that all, what was stated above, does not apply to the miniature dogs (toy breeds), which are kept by many owners in a "condominium regime". This makes these dogs really comfortable: it is not necessary to walk them a lot, you can teach them to use the litter box like cats and do not spend much time on training.

In addition, many people see in the walks a serious problem for themselves - they are afraid to walk their fragile pets among the "monster of the dog tribe". Some owners love the opportunity to take their toy-dogs to the beauty salons, dressing them in fancy clothes, painting their hair and nails in the fancy colors, and even thinking, that their dogs truly like it too. However, people, as they often tend to, are mistaken in this case. Small dogs still prefer the traditional canine entertainments - they love to go out and do something together with their owners. The toy-dog, accustomed from it's childhood to the proper walks and games, is able to communicate with the other dogs and is familiar with the urban environment, so it is not only a great companion of it's owner, but also this kind of dog receives a number of advantages due to it's "mobility". A strong active little dog, confidently running down the street in front of it's owner, deserves the sympathy and respect of the others, at times, no less than it's larger counterparts.

Competent and developmental education of the toy-dog form the early childhood makes it smart, calm and intelligent, able to perform all functions assigned to the family pet, up to a guarding one sometimes. Conversely, if the only purpose of the toy-dog - is to sit on the owner's lap, perhaps for that reason it is useful to limit it's development, as long a a task to perform a dummy will certainly be quite difficult for an active and curious little dog.