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French bulldogs are known for their sweet disposition, but some can exhibit aggressive behaviors such as growling. Learn more about this vivacious breed here.
Blue Australian Cattle dogs are loyal and protective of both their family and property, possibly becoming aggressive if they think they are defending their "pack." Learn more about this breed here.
Do not let Lhasa Apsos' cute face and small frame fool you. Hundreds of years ago in Tibet, they were specially bred to be watch dogs for monasteries. Learn more about Lhasa Apsos here.
The Pomeranian is a spunky dog with tons of personality, but if you don't train and socialize your Pom properly, you could wind up dealing with behavioral issues. Learn how to train your Pom here.
The English springer spaniel is an avid hunter, and with basic obedience and field training combined, they can learn to hunt rabbits quickly and effectively.
Yorkshire terriers are highly intelligent little dogs filled with energy and affection. Learn more about these cute pets here.
Jack Russell Terriers are smart, high-energy dogs that enjoy a good game of fetch. Teaching your puppy to play this simple game will provide hours of endless fun for you and your best friend.
Von Willebrand's Disease is a genetic disorder found in certain breeds and is usually passed down from mother to pup. Although there are no known cures for this disease, there are precautions that you and your vet can take.
Although small in size, Miniature Pinschers need experienced owners to manage them, and training should begin as early in their lives as possible. Learn how to train your Min Pin.
Doberman Pinschers need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation to bring out their best traits. Learn more here.
If you're looking for a large breed dog with a protective demeanor, the Rottweiler may be the breed for you. Learn all about the Rottweiler here - it may be the dog you are looking for.
Young or old, your Cockapoo can benefit from basic training. From obedience to personal bonding, learn the benefits of training here.
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