Potty training is likely on the top of your to-do list when getting a new puppy. It’s a necessity if the dog is going to live indoors with your family. But, some dog breeds don’t make it such an easy task.Training a dog can be difficult for anyone, especially first-time dog owners. Some breeds are certainly more difficult than others. Let’s see which 10 breeds of puppies just might turn your living room floor into a swamp and I’ll provide some tips along the way.Read more
Just because you’re small doesn’t mean you have to be frail. Which dog breeds are the most muscular? Let’s take a look at the top 10.Read more
10 Small Dog Breeds That Look Like Teddy Bears
Ever wanted a real life Teddy Bear? These small dog breeds can indeed have that adorable puppy dog look. One is even nicknamed the “Teddy Bear Dog” Dogs 101Read 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
The Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso are two similar but different dog breeds which are often confused with each other. To the untrained, it’s easy to confuse them.
As both dog breeds are known to have originated from Tibet, they share a few similarities, such as the long coat and the relatively small size.Read more
There’s a lot of small dogs out there and while we think all of them make great indoor pets – all of them. There are quite a few breeds that stand out as being especially well-suited, for an indoor only life.
So, if you live in an apartment, condo, or even an RV, you’ll find a dog on this list to keep both your heart and your lap warm.Read more
A charming companion and loving lap dog, the Havanese has won many a heart! This lovable little ball of fur makes friends with everyone he meets, whether human or animal. Thanks to his bubbly personality and hypoallergenic coat, you’ll undoubtedly fall in love with this quick-learning family extension. Hi, welcome to Animal Facts, today we look at the Havana Silk Dog, better known as the Havanese.Read more
Covering an expanse of over 6.6 million square miles, Russia is the world’s largest country by landmass, beating out runner-up Canada by around 2.8 million square miles. It’s big, covering 11 time zones. This gives plenty of space for plenty of different dog breeds to develop, each uniquely suited to the harsh Russian climate. From military dogs to lap dogs, let’s check out some of Russia’s unique dog breeds.Read more
Today, approximately 44% of US households include a dog. That’s an estimated 78 million dogs in the US alone! If you want to become part of the dog-loving elite, you may be a bit overwhelmed by the huge number of breeds available to you. If you live in an apartment or travel often a small dog breed might be the best choice for you.
So, which seven small dogs are on our list of best breeds for first-time dog owners? Stick around and let’s find out.Read more
Ahh, the Golden Years. Time to move out of the rat race and into a more relaxing way of life. And there’s no better way to spend this stage of life than with a doggy companion.
Science has proven many of the benefits on physical and emotional health. The companionship of a dog has been proven to reduce stress and lower blood pressure, as well as reduce anxiety and depression. Plus, exercising your dog is a great way to stay active and fit.
Let’s check out seven best small dog breeds for seniors.Read more