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The Best Pets for Apartment Living – Wildwood, FL

There is nothing better than having a furry friend to keep you company. However, for those who live in apartments, there are a few factors to consider when it comes to choosing a pet. It’s important to consider their size, energy level, noise level, and overall adaptability to living in a smaller space before making the commitment of being an owner.


In addition to being extremely cute, cats are also typically low-maintenance pets that can adapt well to living in smaller spaces. They don't require as much space as larger dog breeds and can be happy living indoors as long as they have enough toys, scratching posts, and perches to keep them entertained.

Small Dogs

If you are set on getting a dog, consider a smaller breed that doesn't need a lot of space to run around. Breeds like Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, and Shih Tzus can be good choices and are much better options than breeds that can be more high maintenance like Golden Retrievers, and Huskies.


Fish can be great pets for people who don't have a lot of space. Fishbowls and tanks don’t take up much space in your home and watching them swim can be very relaxing and fun. As an added bonus, fish require less attention than cats or dogs, so they are great for those with busy schedules.


Reptiles like snakes, lizards, and turtles can also make good apartment pets. Their enclosures don't require a lot of space and can be fascinating to watch. However, they do require specialized care and may not be suitable for everyone.

Enjoy Your Time With Your Pets at PepperTree Apartments

We hope this guide helps you determine the best companion to adopt. At PepperTree Apartment Home near Wildwood, Florida, our residents have the flexibility to enjoy living with their small and approved pets in their apartments. Contact us today or stop by our leasing office for more information about our community.