It takes a lot of work to run a small farm. Unless you wear a cape on a regular basis, you’ll need one of these best dogs for small farms.Read more
Terriers can be generally described as rough and tumble, adventurous, and lively, but there is always at least one exception to every rule, and in this edition of Animal Facts, we’re going to shine the spotlight on one that shows that there’s two sides to every coin.
Depending on the situation, this pup can be tough like an officer, or suave like a gentleman. Join us as we take a closer look at the small dog with the big personality and one sweet ’stache—the Miniature Schnauzer.Read more
As a group, Terriers are a tough, tenacious bunch and none is feistier than the star of this edition of Animal Facts. It is an energetic, rodent-chasing, escape artist that, in many cases, is not much bigger than its prey. Buckle up for the ride as we take a closer look at the exterminator of the canine world—the Rat terrier.Read more
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.
For those of us who prefer a dog you can take anywhere, a small dog is the perfect sidekick. But a small, companion dog doesn’t necessarily mean “lap dog.” If you want a dog you can take anywhere who will play with you when you get there, then our list of the ten most playful small dog breeds is for you.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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
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
“Small guard dogs? You’ve got to be kidding me?” I hear you yelling through the screen. While they do lack the size to actually do anything about an intruder; it’s not like a Chihuahua is going to tackle a stranger in your living room, these breeds can warn you of danger and in some cases, because of a big dog bark, can even deter potential home invaders from entering. At least in their own minds, these small dogs are huge and in charge.
If you’re searching for a small dog that can not only keep you company but keep unexpected guest from entering your apartment or tiny home, you might consider one of these “vicious” breeds.Read more