If you’re considering getting a dog, consider one of the cutest dog breeds. Options include Aussies, Shih Tzus, Yorkies, and Corgis.
First-time dog owner
Wondering whether to hire a dog trainer or teach your dog yourself? Use our list of dog trainer benefits to help make the right choice.
Consider your home, time, energy and finances when you decide whether to adopt a big or small dog. Big dogs eat more, need more exercise.
Use this dog training advice to avoid making common dog owner mistakes and produce a happy, well-trained, loyal companion.
Your puppy’s first vet visit is critical and sets the tone for future interactions with your veterinarian. Use our nine tips to prepare.
Getting a puppy is a big responsibility. First, consider breed and size. Then, be sure you’re prepared to feed, train and socialize your dog.
Most people know they’ll need to provide food and vet care for their new dog, but what about the hidden costs of pet ownership?
When buying a dog online, do your research, use caution, and only deal with reputable businesses to ensure you aren’t scammed.
Puppy preparation: Buy the right food, supplies, and toys for your dog. Stick to your vaccination schedule to keep your puppy healthy.
When you bring your new rescue dog home, the first week is critical in ensuring that they settle into family life well.