Everyone knows the saying “a wolf in sheep’s clothing,” and its negative connotation. Well, in this edition of Animal Facts, we’re focusing on the positive and counting down seven of our favorite dogs in wolves’ clothing—or, our favorite dogs that look like wolves.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 can overwhelm the new dog owner.Read more
Some dogs are easy to train and as we found out last week, some test the limits of your patience. Many of you agree withRead more
The Pomeranian and the American Eskimo Dog; two small Spitz breeds that share a lot of similarities. But, although they share heredity, the two are not interchangeable. Let’s compare these two loveable breeds Dog vs. Dog.Read more
Spitz dog breeds are among the oldest and most primitive dogs. Spitz breeds are a group of dogs, all of which are characterized by their wedge-shaped heads, prick ears, and thick furry coats, suited for living in harsh northern climates.
As we’ll see, modern Spitz breeds range from small companion dogs to large working breeds and pretty much everything in between.
Let’s get to know some of these ancient breeds.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’re watching this channel, you’re probably like us and spend more money on your pets than you do yourself. While I highly advocate adoption, and that a dog’s price does not define his worth, many dog lovers are willing to pay thousands of dollars for specific dog breeds. Here are ten of the most expensive among them.Read more