Having a dog companion is great. But some breeds may be a bit difficult for a new first-time owner. They are not bad dogs, and in the right hands, can be amazing pets, but these breeds, even though they are small, can overwhelm the new dog owner.Read more
For as long as humans and dogs have lived together, humans have depended on dogs for protection, whether that be livestock, land, or the family. Many breeds will protect their families, but not all are exceptionally good at it while still maintaining the role of a dedicated family companion. We’ve singled out 10 Family Guard Dog Breeds. Let’s see who they are.Read more
Canine Parvovirus is the last thing you want to hear about your puppy. It can be a battle for your pup’s life that can take months of recovery.
The canine parvovirus CPV2 infection is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs and is often fatal if left untreated. It’s a horrible virus that can be prevented. Commonly called Parvo, there is no cure, but as we’ll find out not all is bleak.Read more
At first glance, the Bernese Mountain Dog and Saint Bernard may bear a resemblance to one another, but there are some striking differences between these two large, full-furred dogs.
Let’s have a look at these two dogs closely and see where the differences lie, which makes the better pet, and which is the right breed to add to your family.Read more
Mastiffs; a family of dogs that as a rule are huge, powerful dogs. These Molosser breeds are dense, well-muscled and gorgeous!
While this list is certainly not all-inclusive of the Mastiff-type or Molosser dogs, we’ve gathered some of the most impressive of the group. Let’s get to know them.Read more
Not that we really need reasons to love a dog. They’re cute, loving and loyal companions.
Although his lifespan is short, a dog makes a major impact in your life.
But for fun, we present 10 Reasons to Love a Dog or 10. Give us your best reasons to love a dog in the comments below.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
He’s fun, he’s energetic, he’s intelligent and he loves his people. The Border Collie, originally bred to gather and control sheep, is a people-oriented family dog and versatile working dog. Hi, welcome to Animal Facts. Today, we present ten fun facts about the fascinating Border Collie.Read more
With its unusual markings and piercing blue eyes, it’s hard to ignore the. Australian shepherd. He is smart, exuberant, and blessed with outlandish amounts of stamina. While he’s called the Aussie, he’s as American as Apple Pie. Hi, welcome to Animal Facts. Today, we look at ten fun facts about the eye-catching, bob-tailed herder, the Australian Shepherd.Read more
Family since 1903, the highly intelligent and athletic Pembroke Welsh Corgi are one of the most popular dog breeds today. They’re compact logs of fur with hearts of pure gold. Hi, Welcome to Animal Facts. We’ve wrangled up ten amazing facts about these fun little pooches that will surely put a smile on your face.Read more