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Dogs and sloppy wet kisses seem to go hand in hand. However, there are some breeds that drool far less than others. Here is a list of dogs that some to keep the excessive drooling to a minimum.
Some dogs are just about as small as can be! These miniature dog breeds will bring heaps of love into your home.
Dachshunds have a small frame that make them more susceptible to certain health problems due to obesity. Learn about their ideal body weight here.
The Dachshund is a natural hunter, but because of their small stature, they have become the perfect pet for city dwellers. Learn more Dachshund facts 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!
Dachshunds love to bark, bark, and bark some more. That's because they are hunting dogs at heart. Learn how to quiet them here.
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.
Are you wondering what the usual life expectancy of your dog is? Lifespan for dogs varies from breed to breed. Find out what the average lifespan of your dog is here.
This type of Dachshund has a short wire-haired coat that requires regular maintenance in order to keep them looking their very best. Learn how to take care of your Dachshund here.
The Dachshund, a small intelligent dog originally bred to burrow out small animals, is now a much beloved breed. Learn more about the Dachshund's particular health needs here.
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