We all want our dogs to live forever, unfortunately, that is not the case. But, some breeds are more likely to live a long healthy life than others. Let’s find out the Healthiest Dog Breeds.Read more
It would be fantastic if we could just snap our fingers to train our small dogs, but until that magical day happens, let’s get the inside scoop on the easiest small dog breeds to train.Read more
Named after their fondness for hunting woodcock, Cocker Spaniel Dogs have come a long way since their primary purpose was to flush out critters ofRead more
By definition, Spaniels are gun dogs developed to flush game from thick undergrowth or vegetation. But, this includes several different types of spaniels–land or settingRead 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
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
All dogs love to play. But some play harder than others. Hey, don’t hate the player, people.
Whether you want a loyal canine companion to tag along on outdoor activities or a tireless playmate for the kids, these ten most playful dog breeds offer fun-loving dispositions, boundless energy, and cheerful enthusiasm as active participants in all family activities.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
If you have a dog, you know that our furry companions love to sniff – everything. Some have 220 million or more olfactory receptors, compared to our puny 5 million. Yup, dogs have super sniffers, but some dogs “smell better” than others … in a purely olfactory sense. Let’s check out the Top 10 Dogs with Exceptional Sense of Smell.Read more