Great Danes

Known as a gentle giant, they have a very mild personality and love people. They are very large, an adult male can grow as tall as 36 inches at the shoulder. Their full weight is around 135-175 pounds. Great Danes are friendly, loyal, quiet and reserved are all good descriptors applied to the Great Dane. They look like they would […] Continue Reading

Jack Russell Terriers

Jack Russell Terriers are a very popular breed of dog with a cheerful, happy, friendly disposition. They are extremely intelligent, active, and love to play ball. They are best satisfied when they are walked several times a day, because of their enormous energy. Jack Russells are loving and affectionate. They can suffer from separation anxiety when away from their family. […] Continue Reading

Dog Breeds Not Suitable for New Dog Owners

New dog owners have so much to learn about owning a dog that they should not be burdened with a breed that is known to be hard to train, destructive as a puppy, or especially needy regarding attention. We are not saying these breeds are dangerous or untrainable, we are saying they need special care as a puppy that new […] Continue Reading


Poodles are a very popular dog breed because of their intelligence and their appearance. They are considered one of the smartest dog breeds and are very trainable. They have beautiful curly hypoallergenic coats that make them suitable for people with lung disorders. Poodles come in 4 sizes, the standard (18-24 inches tall), the Medium (14-18 inches tall), the Miniature (11-14 […] Continue Reading

The One With The Spots – Dalmatians

Dalmatians are the pretty dogs with the spots. They are flashy and sporty and love to run. These are the characteristics that made them so popular. In the 1800s and early 1900s, the Dalmatian ran alongside horses or carriages to alert the drivers of highwaymen, robbers, or even other dogs that could be dangerous. Later, firefighters had them run along […] Continue Reading

Do Rescued Greyhounds Make Good Pets?

Greyhounds are wonderful pets because they are loving and people-centered. After they retire from the racetrack they just want homes with loving families that like to cuddle. Greyhounds are very socialized around the track as handlers, vets, kennel workers, and even judges touch them. They are expected to be obedient and docile while they are being examined, so they learn […] Continue Reading

How Can I Adopt a Puppy?

If you want a new puppy in the home, there is no more reputable organisation than the RSPCA for rehoming to adopt a puppy. The RSPCA has many pets for your family’s consideration; puppies and dogs are just one species! Each companion that is adopted from the RSPCA comes with up-to-date vaccinations, has been spayed or snipped, and has an […] Continue Reading

How Long do I Feed Puppy Food?

Puppies need a special kind of nutrition because they grow their muscles and bones in their first year or so. They grow so quickly that they pass from puppyhood to adolescence and into adulthood, sometimes within less than twelve months, depending on the breed. These rapidly growing babies need the proper vitamins and minerals to sustain their immense growth spurts. […] Continue Reading

What are the Best Dog Toys for my Chewy?

Let’s face it; one of the most annoying things about a chewy dog is the destruction of the home and property. In one hour a chewing dog can tear apart toys, clothing, and sofas. Toys are necessary for the health and growth of a dog. They stimulate their brains, help them to cope with boredom, relieve the pain of teething, […] Continue Reading

What are Calm Dog Breeds for Flat Dwellers?

Living in a small flat can limit the size of the dog you can own. Some landlords have specific rules about the maximum weight for the pets allowed; others have noise ordinances that prohibit barking. The pet parent may also be concerned about the proper exercise for their canine companion. Picking a calm dog breed for flat dwellers is important […] Continue Reading

How to Get Your Dog the Exercise they Need

Dogs love to get exercise, and they need it. It’s not just for their physical health, but their mental health as well. If you don’t’ take your dog out to get exercise, they will start to go crazy, and that’s how items get chewed and your dog starts to act out. This article will go over some great ways to […] Continue Reading

Alternative therapies for your dog; Yes or No?

Caring for your dog’s health is very important and requires full attention. Starting from a healthy diet and vaccines to needed medication in case of any illness, you have to be responsible. Although medicine and veterinary medicine are highly developed, some owners avoid exposing their dogs to therapies that require consumption of drugs. Today, both the man and the dogs […] Continue Reading

Perils of Guard Dog and Protection Training

One of the most common forms of dog training is to bulk up security around family, property and valuables. Many owners look to install a canine into their home that will be an obedient family pet but also an avid protector. Training to ensure this balance can be tough and should be handled with extreme care. We have gathered some […] Continue Reading

What breed is best for me?

If you are currently searching for a new dog, it can be difficult to strike a balance between your lifestyle and desirable breed of canine. To help make your decision and hunt a little more channelled, we have detailed below key points to assist: Size Property, like animals come in all shapes and sizes. It may seem obvious but it […] Continue Reading

Strange but True Dog Trainers

It’s so easy a monkey could do it, literally! Dogs are found and owned all over the world and there are some remarkable stories about the animal kingdom and training of canines. In order to highlight how easy it can be to install basic training with the right patience, we have highlighted strange cases: The Goose’s Generosity In Poland, a […] Continue Reading