We all have at least one physical feature that stands out from the rest and makes us unique. The same is true for our dogs. Whether it’s their body type, coat color, or facial structure, every canine pal has a cool characteristic or combination of features that sets them apart from the pack. These are our picks for the best looking dog breeds in the world.Read more
It’s not unusual for people in love to get hitched and take vows to love and cherish each other. It’s also not unusual for certain dogs to devote themselves to loving, cherishing and protecting you and your family. There are several breeds that will fit the bill, but two that are high on the list of anyone looking for a guard dog are the Doberman Pinscher and the Rottweiler. In this edition of Animal Facts, we’ll help you decide which breed is better for you in this epic battle of the guard dog breeds.Read more
Selecting a dog can be a tough decision for anyone, but that decision is considerably harder when the pup you want has to win your heart and be able to protect you, your family and your property—and yet another degree of difficulty is added to the equation if you’ve never owned a dog before. In this edition of Animal Facts, we’ll sort through the good, the bad, and the ugly, to shine the light on some of the best guard dog breeds for first-time owners.Read more
How could you not love puppies? We are hard-wired to find these miniature tail waggers irresistible. Their squishy, adorable faces, wet noses and tiny paws, you just want to eat up, capture us at a primordial level. But there’s actually a lot more to these downy little cuddle monsters.Read more
One is the fourth most popular dog breed in America and for good reason—they’re super-sweet, highly intelligent, naturally athletic, gentle with kids, and to top it all off…they look like living sunshine. The other is the strong, quiet type—calm, courageous, and built like a muscle-bound bouncer. These two dogs might seem like polar opposites, but in this edition of Animal Facts, we’ll take a closer look at the differences and similarities between the Golden Retriever and the Rottweiler to help you decide which one is your “top dawg.”Read more
Many of us have been on lockdown for the past few weeks in an effort to stop a scourge that has been likened to the plague. You thought it could never happen in our time, but it has…and if what we’re experiencing now could happen, anything can—including the zombie apocalypse. Since you have all this free time on your hands, now is the time to make a supply list so you’ll be prepared…you know, just in case. You’ll need bread of every kind, milk, eggs, rubbing alcohol, drinking alcohol, hand sanitizer, and of course—toilet paper, but did you know that you’ll also need a dog? We did, and in this episode of Animal Facts, we’re going to share our picks for the best dogs to help you survive the zombie apocalypse.Read more
Never judge a book by its cover. I don’t know who first uttered this somewhat cliched phrase, but there’s never been a truer statement, especially as it applies to our featured furball. We’re shining the spotlight on a canine that has a tough exterior, but a tender heart.
Come with us as we take a closer look at the reasons why the Boxer is such a knockout.Read more
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From the Roman Molossian to Sergeant Stubby to Conan the Belgian Malinois that helped US forces take out ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, let’s look at how dogs have changed the face of war.
Dogs have certain attributes and physiological traits that make them more than suitable for certain jobs. Intelligence is the most important trait that any working dog must possess. Add affection, loyalty and empathy to the mix and you’ve got the makings of a great therapy or service dog. But when those virtues are combined with alertness, courage and tenacity, you get one of the canine elite, a military or “war dog”—a dog that is in the service.Read more
It’s a dog’s nature to be affectionate and loyal, but some breeds are wired to put more effort into protecting you and your property. They know it’s their duty to “protect and serve,” whether they’re at home or on the job. The following breeds are our picks for the ten best guard dogs —the real-life Paw Patrol.Read more