Tragically, an estimated 2 million pets are stolen in the US alone each year, and the number seems to be increasing. Which dog breeds mostRead more
Ever heard the term, “It Girl?” It’s used to describe a young woman who is so attractive and charismatic that everyone either wants to get to know her, or wants to be her.
Well, if social media is any indication, humans haven’t cornered the market on personality and looks. People post photos and videos of their dogs as often as they do selfies, and almost as often as they post food pics. So much so, that we’ve devoted this edition of “Animal Facts” to the doggy darlings of Instagram—the “It Dogs,” 10 breeds most frequently posted on Instagram.Read more
Okay, so after much thought you’ve finally decided that you—or you and your family—are ready for a dog. But how do you decide what breed is right for you? In this edition of Animal Facts, we’re going to cover the most important factors to consider when choosing your “best friend furever.”Read more
The Silky Terrier vs. Yorkshire Terrier debate often stems from the misconception that they are the same breed because of the remarkable resemblance in the breeds’ appearances. To clear things up, let’s examine both of these wonderfully loving but remarkably similar breeds Dog vs. Dog.Read more
What do you get when you mix a Golden Retriever and a Labrador Retriever? A Goldador
The Goldador, also known as Golden Lab, is a designer mix breed dog that is the product of breeding a purebred Golden Retriever with a purebred Labrador Retriever. Bred for its ability to serve as guide, search-and-rescue, and drug-detection dogs, the Goldador is growing in popularity as a social and easily trained dog. Let’s check out some Goldador Facts.
In this Designer Dogs 101 video, we’ll discuss the adorable Frenchton Dog Breed. It’s a cute crossbreed of the Boston Terrier and the French Bulldog.
The Frenchton was originally bred to correct the health complications of both breeds. What resulted is a cuddly designer breed that is growing in popularity in the US and abroad.
Also known as:
Frenchbo, Frenchies, the Faux French Bulldog, and the Boston Frenchie
Poodles are among the most popular dog breeds in the world. And, with good reason, they’re highly intelligent, graceful and affectionate, not to mention low-shedding. For those reasons, they are also the most popular parent of all when it comes to creating a hybrid, or designer dog breeds.
In this list, we’ve compiled some of the cutest of the small poodle hybrids, often called Doodle Dogs by aficionados. If you like poodles or just small cute dogs in general, you’re bound to find a cutie on this list that melts your heart.Read more
Looking for a dog that doesn’t shed, but small dogs just aren’t your thing/ Well, this list is for you. There are some on this list up to a whopping 100 pounds, all with non-shedding coats.Read more
What the Heck is a Designer Dog? Well, you clicked, so you probably want to know. Did Louise Vuitton design a dog to go along with your expensive purse? Well, not quite, but some think that’s exactly what happened. Let’s find out.Read more
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 10 American adults has diabetes. The CDC estimates that If trends continue, that figure is expected to double or triple by 2050.
Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to a myriad of serious complications. It can cause damage to small and large blood vessels and organs. This can often lead to heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, nerve damage, and eye disease, among other often serious complications.
Our best friend, the dog, has always maintained a special intuition into the needs of his people with some recent studies suggesting that the dog played a key role in modern humans becoming the sole human species beating out other hominids, such as the Neanderthals. This virtuous circle of cooperation saw humans and their canine friends get stronger, together, over time. A topic we look forward to covering in a future video.
The days of requiring our friend to help us hunt are long gone, but he still retains his close bond with us. A bond, that when properly harnessed, can help us battle a crippling disease. Let’s find out how these Diabetic Service Dogs, often called Diabetic Alert Dogs, are assisting as we fight a growing foe.Read more