Corgi Dogs 101

Corgi Dogs 101

According to folklore, the Corgi is an enchanted creature beloved by fairies and elves. The legend probably stems from their friendly nature and dwarf-like stature, which would be the perfect height for accompanying and transporting these mythical creatures throughout their realms. But fantasy aside, Corgis have quite a following in the real world and have charmed their way into the hearts of enthusiasts all over the world—including a certain British royal.

Come with us for this edition of Animal Facts as we debunk the myths and discover the truth behind the Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

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Best Dogs For Zombie Apocalypse

Best Dog Breeds For Zombie Apocalypse

Many of us have been on lockdown for the past few weeks in an effort to stop a scourge that has been likened to the plague. You thought it could never happen in our time, but it has…and if what we’re experiencing now could happen, anything can—including the zombie apocalypse. Since you have all this free time on your hands, now is the time to make a supply list so you’ll be prepared…you know, just in case. You’ll need bread of every kind, milk, eggs, rubbing alcohol, drinking alcohol, hand sanitizer, and of course—toilet paper, but did you know that you’ll also need a dog? We did, and in this episode of Animal Facts, we’re going to share our picks for the best dogs to help you survive the zombie apocalypse.

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Your Top 10 Velcro Dog Breeds - Dogs That Won't Leave Your Side

Velcro Dog Breeds – Dogs That Won’t Leave Your Side

Velcro Dog Breeds – Virtually all dogs are loyal compadres ‘til the bitter end, but some dogs go beyond loyal and veer into the realm of the sticky. In our first “Velcro Dogs” video, we featured OUR picks for the top 10 Velcro dogs, but some viewers thought the list was ummm somewhat incomplete. So, here are the 10 breeds YOU said were the most Velcro Dog Breeds… featuring some of your comments.

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Difficult Dog Breeds - High Prey Drive

Difficult Dog Breeds – High Prey Drive

Difficult Dog Breeds – High Prey Drive. Some dogs love to run, others like to retrieve, and some can’t stop themselves from chasing anything that moves! These dogs likely have high prey drives, which is a strong instinct to hunt. This can sometimes lead to a difficult living situation if you have cats or other small animals, so let’s see which breeds have the highest prey drives.

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