The Labradoodle is calm, friendly, intelligent, and athletic. The dogs are easy to train and a good choice for first-time dog owners.
Get to know the 5 most popular doodle dog breeds
The doodle dog breed or Poodle crossbreeds are generally hypoallergenic, non-shedding dogs that are smart, loving, and easy to train.
5 ways to provide the best care for your Labradoodle puppy
Your Labradoodle puppy will have a long and happy life if you provide proper care. Use these helpful pointers to care for your puppy.
Discover the 7 smartest dog breeds. Did your pup make the list?
Smartest dog breeds: Border Collie, German and Australian shepherds, Poodle, Australian Cattle Dog, Labrador Retriever, Pembroke Welsh Corgi.
Fact or myth? Are black dogs less likely to be adopted?
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
Is a Labsky (Husky Lab Mix) the right dog for you?
The Labsky is a crossbreed of the Siberian Husky and Labrador Retriever and combines the best of both breeds. The dogs are smart and energetic.
Labrador Retriever vs. Golden Retriever: Which is the right dog for you?
Labrador Retriever vs. Golden Retriever. Labrador Retrievers have short, straight hair, while Golden Retrievers have long, curly hair.
5 best dog breeds for active families
Consider active family dog breeds to find the right pup for your energetic family. Some options to consider include collies, retrievers, and beagles.
5 Most Popular Dog Breeds and Why People Love Them
While there have been some changes over the years, the five most popular dog breeds tend to stay the same and include Golden retrievers.
Small, medium or large: Which size dog is right for you?
When it comes to choosing, dog breed size matters. You’ll want to ensure that you can properly care for them based on their energy level and exercise needs.