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There are special reasons why Labradors are the most popular breed in the USA. Learn more about this amazing breed here.
Bulldogs are now bred to be happy and friendly companions. This breed is unfortunately prone to certain health problems due to their size and stature. Learn more about this furry companion here.
The Boston Terrier is incredibly intelligent and highly trainable. Learn how to make the most of your little learner here.
Pit Bulls are capable of being trained to be gentle and obedient dogs. Combined with the right owners that will use praise, treats and lots of playtime as effective methods of training will be rewarded with a great companion.
Cities can be noisy, crowded, and sometimes dangerous places for dogs. You'll want to choose a doggie companion who can thrive in your exciting environment as well as you do.
How do dog years correspond to people years? The rule of taking your dog’s age and multiplying by seven doesn't always work. Learn how to calculate your dog's age here.
Cats can be hard to read, and on top of that, sometimes their behavior can seem downright strange. Learn about what different cat behaviors mean and why cats do certain things.
Dogs are our best friends, but sometimes we can't always tell what they're trying to communicate. Find out about dog behaviors and addressing any issues.
We can't always guarantee that we'll have time in our day to run home and let the dog outside for a bit, and sometimes dog day care centers are the best answer. Take a look at these 4 tips on finding the best one for your dog.
While some dog breeds are just more likely to get along, there are a few steps every pet parent should take when introducing a new dog to the home. Learn how to set your dogs up to be best pals.
Depression is something that can affect dogs as easily as pet parents, and for many of the same reasons. Learn more here on ways to cheer up your not-so-chipper dog.
Hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism can both affect dogs, though one is much more common. Learn everything you need to know about possible thyroid issues in dogs.
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