Smartdog

by on 21.04.2018

We smartdog our customers feel enriched and secured. We are proud of our rich experience, agility, knowledgebase meticulously built over last 25 years. CISSP, CISA, CISM, GICH, ISO 27001 etc.

We assess business risk, define effective strategy and framework, choose and implement the right solution to achieve your business goals. Our journey over last 25 years has not been easy but indeed it’s full of sense of achievement and many moments of pride. CISSP , CISA , CISM , GICH ,ISO 27001 etc. Unless you’re lucky enough to work from home or not work at all, chances are you’ll need to leave your four-legged friend alone for large portions of the day. Even if you don’t work but you have an active social calendar or volunteering schedule, you may want to opt for a dog who won’t mind entertaining himself while you’re gone. Some breeds are well-suited to being left home alone while others are likely to get into mischief as a way of telling you they’re bored, anxious, or lonely.

Puppies need a lot more supervision than adult dogs. But even all grown up, the breed of dog makes a difference. Read on to discover which dogs won’t mind staying home while you’re gone all day. Tiny Chihuahuas are one of the smallest and longest living dogs on the list. Standing five to eight inches tall and weighing three to six pounds on average, these petite pooches don’t mind spending their days in relative solitude, as long as you have plenty of cuddles ready when you get home.

They can live as long as 18 years. Their tiny stature makes them perfect for apartment dwellers, and they’re also a top-rated watchdog, ready to alert you to intruders in an instant. Next: This breed is a champion napper. Throwback to when I earned my AKC STAR Puppy Award! Home alone or not, your Basset Hound just wants to take a nap followed by another nap. This family friendly, kid-loving breed was originally bred for hunting small game but that’s not all he’s good at.