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Some dogs are just made for family life. Patient, loyal, and with a streak of protectiveness, these dogs will fit right into your growing family.
If you're after a dog that won't yank you over with their sheer strength on a walk, and a dog too big to be literally underfoot, take a look at this list of great medium dog breeds.
Beagles have easy coats to take care of but they tend to get smelly and messy because of their natural hunting instincts. Learn how to keep your Beagle squeaky clean here.
Every dog is different, as is every family. These dogs are great for families of different types, with varying exercise and training needs. Find out which dog will be best for you!
You may be looking for a dog that's not so small you may step on them, but not so big they can leap the fence in a single bound. Take a look at these great small to medium dog breeds.
Some dog breeds seem to be everywhere. There are a few popular breeds that are the most common in the US, and all for good reason. Read about these friendly, personable dogs.
With so many dog breeds out there, it helps to ask, “What dog is right for me?” Take a look at our comprehensive infographic and use it to help make your decision.
Knowing which are the most popular dog breeds may help you choose which type of canine you want for your home. Read about the most popular canine breeds at PetCareRx.
The Beagle today is popular both as a hunting dog and as a loving family pet. Learn more about this beloved breed here.
A Beagle's nose can lead them straight to food - sometimes making them less discerning about nutrition than they should be. Learn how to choose the right food for your Beagle here.
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