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Training and competing with your Sheltie relieves their boundless energy and overflowing intelligence. Learn more about the benefits of training here.
The Shetland Sheepdog is a much beloved herding dog that often serves as a companion dog in families. Learn more about this breed's specific health needs here.
Shetland Sheepdogs have a thick double coat that can be a challenge to maintain. Without proper grooming, your Sheltie's coat will mat, becoming painful. Learn how to groom your dog here.
One of the biggest misconceptions about the Shetland Sheepdogs is that they are miniature Collies, because of their physical similarities. In fact, they're a separate breed. Learn more about them here.
From Croatia to Wales, Sheepdogs have helped on farms for ages, and are widely recognized as great family pets as well. Learn about the different types of Sheepdogs.
Border Collies are great working dogs with tons of energy and who like to stay active. Learn more about the Border Collie's health and nutritional needs.
Teaching your dog to listen to you and obey commands can be tricky and sometimes frustrating. Use these 10 simple tips to turn a hectic attempt at training into a fun and easy lesson with your dog.
Shetland Sheepdogs are high energy dogs, requiring a nutrient dense, high-protein diet. Learn what you should and shouldn't feed your Sheltie here.
Australian Shepherds make excellent watch dogs and companions. They were originally bred to heard livestock in the western United States, and are extremely intelligent and quick-thinking.
Australian Shepherds are active and intelligent dogs, making training from the outset all the more important. Learn how to train your Aussie.
The United Kennel Club recognizes over 300 dog breeds and varieties. Find out which ones they recognize, some of which you may not have heard of before!
Like baby names, names for dogs get more popular in waves. Curious about what other people are naming their dogs? Track the trends with our helpful gif marking the most popular dog names in America from 2004 to 2012.
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