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
Popular big dog breeds include Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Alaskan Malamute, Bernese Mountain Dog, and Chow Chow.
Most terriers are small, but some terrier breeds can be aggressive despite their size and are fearless while challenging other animals.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel focus on the socialization and training of these gentle, companion dogs while they are young.
The Shih-Poo gives you the best of the Shih-Tzu and Poodle. The dogs can be stubborn and fearful. But they also are smart, sweet, and cuddly.
The German Spitz is a fluffy dog with a foxlike face, small pointed ears, and a mane-like collar. They can be problem barkers.
Havanese dogs are friendly, playful, and sweet. They are usually easily trained, as they are alert to commands and very intelligent.
Originating in England, the Rat Terrier was used as rodent and small game hunters. They were also treasured as adoring, loyal pets.
Because the Xoloitzcuintili is an intelligent dog, training may be arduous as they may choose not to cooperate.
The Bolognese is a small, clever dog that enjoys spending time with his humans. These dogs don’t like to be left alone and are prone to separation anxiety.