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The Siberian Husky is primarily a healthy dog, but can still fall victim to common canine diseases. Learn more about the Siberian Husky and their health needs here.
Huskies need a good balance of high-quality dog food and daily exercise to ensure they stay in good shape. Learn how to manage a Husky's nutritional needs here.
Although Siberian Huskies were used by the Chukchi as working dogs, they were also family dogs, making them very friendly. Learn more about this breed here.
Huskies' coats keep them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Along with this special coat comes special grooming needs. Learn more about your Husky's fur.
Huskies are active dogs that thrive off of a great deal of exercise, both physically and mentally. Teaching them some useful tricks can engage both their minds and their bodies.
It might be strange to look into your sweet pup's eyes and wonder how such a creature descended from wolves. Find out about the history of dogs and some of the oldest dog breeds still around.
Cats usually run around the same size once full grown, but there are some breeds that get up to around 20 pounds! These largest of the domestic cat breeds are for someone looking for big-time cuddles.
It’s a frustrating conundrum to want only love and companionship from a cat and to get instead watery eyes, a scratchy throat, and a series of sneezes. Find out about hypoallergenic cats!
Cats for families with children should be easygoing, extroverted, and a fan of affection, as children have a tendency to want to pick up and cuddle their pets. Check this list for cat breeds that fit the bill.
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!
The best cats for multi-pet homes are those who are social, even-tempered, non-territorial, and adaptable. Learn about which breeds may be best.
When it comes to cats, some breeds are known for their aloof or independent dispositions. For the owner who wants a loyal friend who will seek out affection and interaction, you’ll want a benevolent breed that enjoys the company of people.
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