Feeling foxy? Well, so were we. In this edition of Animal Facts we’re counting down seven of our favorite fox-like dog breeds. From triangular ears, to slender muzzles, to bushy tails and more, these canines check all the boxes that make them look like foxes.Read more
Although their long, luxurious locks require regular grooming to keep them looking their best, you can take pride in the beauty and silkiness of these small dogs’ coats. Let’s check out our Top 10 Luxurious Long Haired Small Dog Breeds.Read more
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
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
There is just something cute about a little white dog. Maybe it’s the angelic appearance that comes from lack of hue.
These small dogs may be sans pigmentation and diminutive in size, but these little white dog breeds are fluffy, fun and full of charm.Read more
The Pomeranian is a proud, lively little dog. He’s intelligent, eager to learn, and very loyal to his family. His docile temper and affectionate nature endear him to many. He is alert, inquisitive and active: one of the most independent of the toy breeds. Let’s get to know him.Read more
The Akita Inu is a big, bold, beautiful dog with a distinctly powerful appearance. He’s large with a noble and intimidating presence. Yet, he’s intelligent, affectionate and quite loyal.
From royal guardian to a therapy dog, the Akita Inu does not back down from a challenge and has both the brain and the brawn to face any that come his way. Let’s get to know our confident, rugged friend.Read more
Did you know that the Shiba Inu is considered the oldest and smallest of Japan’s dogs?. Brought to America from Japan as recently as 60 years ago, the Shiba Inu is growing in popularity in the West and is already the most popular breed in his homeland. This Japanese native, with his alert expression and a smooth stride, looks almost fox-like.
But for a small dog, he’s a sturdy, muscular pooch with a bold, confident personality to match. Let’s get to know him.Read more