Most dogs love to run—some more than others. If you’re searching for a perfect running partner, what kind of dog should you pick? Well, that depends on the type of running you like to do. Let’s find out which dog is best for you.Read more
We all age. Unfortunately, old age creeps up on your dog at a faster pace than it does you. The signs of old age can be subtle and can be easily missed in the routines of everyday life. But, paying attention to the signs of aging in your dog could help you catch health issues, which can make treatment easier and less expensive–not to mention save your buddy discomfort.
And, as well as with us, early diagnosis and treatment of ailments related to old age can extend the life of your family friend.Read more
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We can all agree that our puppies grow up to fast. It seems to happen in a blink of an eye. But, if you pay close attention, you may notice that it doesn’t happen all at once. Between his first breath to reaching full grown doggy status your new friend goes through not only physical growth but also mental growth. Let’s get to know how your puppy will develop.Read more
Since the 1950s, the popular calculation of how old a dog is “in human years” has been that 1 dog year is the equivalent of 7 human years. It’s a popular myth that refuses to give up the ghost. But, because dogs mature at a different rate than humans, it’s not so straightforward. Age is more than just a chronological measurement of years lived. It’s also an expression of how our bodies have been affected by the passage of time.Read more
If you’re a dog lover, and you probably are if you’re watching this video, you have no doubt noticed that smaller dogs live longer lives than larger breeds. This is a rather well-known fact. But, why?
Let’s try to dig up some answers.Read more
It’s not always apparent how old a dog is. You may have just adopted a canine companion or a stray may have found his way to your door. Either way, we, in general, like to know the age of our pets. Unfortunately, this is not an exact science and there can be many variables. Even an experienced veterinary professional is making an educated guess. But, there are some solid indicators.
Let’s look at some of the ways to tell a dog’s age.Read more
That is a Belgian Malinois, but at first glance, there is a resemblance, although the Malinois is leaner and agiler. Oh cool. And, like the German Shepherd Dog, he was originally bred as a herding dog and has taken quite a few of the same jobs such as police dog, protection dog and as a family companion.
And like the GSD, he is intense, intelligent and a natural athlete. Whether he’s guarding the White House with the US Secret Service or as a friendly companion at YOUR house, he remains true to his task. Let’s get to know him.Read more
It’s hard to deny. You guys love dogs. And that’s OK with us because we love them too. Over the past year, you guys have logged hours upon hours of view time on our dog videos. We raise a toast to you and can’t wait to bring you more videos throughout this new year.
We’re going to count views as votes and see what dogs you like most.Read more
Massive is the word that comes to mind when you first see this dog. Standing up to 30 inches at the shoulder and weighing up to a whopping 250 pounds, the English Mastiff is one of the largest and heaviest dogs in the world.
But despite his enormous proportions, the mastiff is famous for his gentle and loving nature. A loyal family guard and playful companion, the English Mastiff is a friendly beast. Let’s see what facts we can dig up about him.Read more