Top 10 High Strung Dog Breeds - Energy to Burn!

Top 10 High Strung Dog Breeds – Energy to Burn!

Is your dog anxious? Nervous? Hyper? Or dare we ask—neurotic?
Well, if your “best friend furever” reminds you of a character from “Seinfeld,” he or she just might be one of the canines on our list of the most high-strung dog breeds. Check out our list to see if your best friend is an Elaine, George, Kramer, or Jerry.

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Lies and DAMN Lies About Pit Bulls

Lies and DAMN Lies About Pit Bulls

American Pit Bull Terriers, and so-called Bully Breeds all around are perhaps the most misunderstood of all dogs. They have been vilified in the media, glorified by those who dare to defend their honor, and are the subjects of tall tales and urban legends. Well, we want to dispel the myths and cut through the “bull” with our list of lies and damn lies about Pit Bulls…Keep watching if you can handle the truth!

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Top Coonhound Breeds

Top Coonhound Breeds

Nothing says “Southern,” like fried chicken and biscuits, sweet tea, or a honey-dipped, “Bless your heart.” …Well, nothing except a faithful hunting dog that will relentlessly track game not only on the ground, but up a tree. These expert tracking dogs are called coonhounds, named after the most prolific of all tree climbing animals, the raccoon. Here are our picks for the top coonhound breeds to take you “over the river and through the woods.”

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Dogs Of War - A History of Military Dogs

Dogs Of War – A History of Military Dogs

From the Roman Molossian to Sergeant Stubby to Conan the Belgian Malinois that helped US forces take out ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, let’s look at how dogs have changed the face of war.

Dogs have certain attributes and physiological traits that make them more than suitable for certain jobs. Intelligence is the most important trait that any working dog must possess. Add affection, loyalty and empathy to the mix and you’ve got the makings of a great therapy or service dog. But when those virtues are combined with alertness, courage and tenacity, you get one of the canine elite, a military or “war dog”—a dog that is in the service.

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