The mini-bernadoodle is extremely intelligent, making it easier than other breeds to train. They also are playful and need lots of exercise.
Thinking about adopting a dog? Feeling overwhelmed by all the choices with so many dog breeds?
There are more than 150 dog breeds, and each has unique characteristics.
Choosing a dog for you and your family out of all the available dog breeds is quite an overwhelming process to go through. The best breeds of dogs come in all shapes and sizes.
Even if you like a particular dog breed for yourself, never forget to consider that breeds natural habitat; for example, a Tibetan mastiff cannot survive in a sub-tropical climate.
While some are better suited to live on a farm, others make great apartment dogs. Some are docile and friendly, while others bark or howl a lot. Some may be aggressive and ferocious at times.
Most can adjust to various climate types, while others can survive only in a specific environment.
If you're considering getting a dog, check out their characteristics and match them to your personality and lifestyle.
Do you want an independent dog? Or one that sticks to your side?
What's your energy level? Do you want a dog who needs a lot of exercise or one that is happy snuggling with you on the couch?
Did you know that around 3.1 million dogs are surrendered to animal shelters every year, and nearly 920,000 of them are euthanized? Sadly, the ratio of euthanization is rapidly increasing. We breathe a sigh of relief with all these shocking figures that kind-hearted people adopted approximately 2 million of these dogs. But wait! This is where we… Continue Reading
Choose a dog breed that can handle heat and humidity like an American Water Spaniel.
The Labradoodle is calm, friendly, intelligent, and athletic. The dogs are easy to train and a good choice for first-time dog owners.
The Mini-Goldendoodle, a mix of the Golden Retriever and the Mini-Poodle, is a popular, friendly dog. Learn more with this breed fact list.
A Belgian Malinois is a loyal, loving companion who needs training, and every opportunity to stay physically active and intellectually engaged.
A dog tail, as a rule, tells the tale of your pup’s lineage. The length, shape, and position can help you determine the dog breed.
We’re used to seeing many mixed dogs, especially those from Beagles, Corgis, Aussies, and many other purebred dogs. But we’re not used to seeing a unique puppy that comes from two very different parents: the Border Collie-Dachshund mix. The Border Collie-Dachshund mix might not be as popular as a Cocker Spaniel or a Schnauzer, but… Continue Reading
The Labrador Retriever is known for its trainability. Labs are highly motivated dogs, which makes them one of the easiest breeds to teach.
The Beagle is ruled by scent and will ignore anything (even training and food) for a really good sniff. This fun-loving dog makes a wonderful family pet.