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Most Popular Small Breed Dogs

Being very portable, easily adaptable to different climates and more affordable in maintenance, it is no wonder that small breed dogs are growing in popularity. Noted for being lively and energetic, they make terrific pets for apartments and are comfort dogs as well. People living alone or the elderly feel better with them around. The following small dogs are popular...
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Puppy Mill Breeders: The TRUTH Revealed!

Do we really understand what factors make a breeder a ‘puppy mill breeder’? Are all the places you might think of as ‘puppy mills’ inherently evil places? We want to help all of you fellow dog lovers understand what sets apart a good breeder from a bad breeder and how we can all avoid getting our puppy from uncaring breeders....

The 5 Most Playful Dog Breeds Who Will Love an Active Owner!

Every dog is an individual and will have a unique personality, temperament, and general behavior. However, these traits are also greatly influenced by their genetics and breed type. Some breeds are also more naturally energetic and require more exercise. Otherwise, all that pent up energy will be expended in an undesirable manner. Table of Contents 1. The Faithful and Protective...

12 Best Big Dogs for Kids – Find the Perfect Dog for Your Family

There is often a recurring notion that large breed dogs and children don’t mix. However, it’s a broad statement to imply that large dogs are unsafe around kids. It really comes down to the specific breed and the training the canine receives. Now, it’s true that there are certainly breeds that inherently pose some risk to children, such as the...

Siberian Huskies as Guide Dogs!

The beauty of a Siberian Husky has captured the hearts of many dog lovers. Those light eyes, and dense coats make them winners any way you look at it. Belonging to the Spitz group, one would never think of them as guard dogs. While leaving those tasks to the Mastiffs, it is undeniable that there is a strong working backbone...

How To Choose The Right Puppy for the Gulf Climate

Dogs are loyal, fun and make excellent friends, so it’s no wonder that they’re rapidly becoming the pet of choice across the Middle East. Both expats and locals are keen to delve into dog rearing, but raising a dog in the Middle East presents its own unique set of challenges, from the breed of puppy you choose to the dog...

The Mighty Rottweiler

The Rottweiler breed has had its fair share of bad press and is among the few most misunderstood breeds so we'll try to clarify some facts about the breed. 
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Smartest Dog Breeds – The 10 Most Intelligent Dog Breeds

On the surface, canines seem like simple-minded creatures that do nothing more than eat, sleep, scratch themselves, and lick your face. However, dogs are actually far cleverer than their owners give them credit for. Of course, every breed is genetically different, and some species are inherently smarter than others. The following are the ten most intelligent dog breeds. While the...

Popular dogs in the Middle East

Many people would think that the weather in countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain or Qatar might be too hot for dogs so they are very rare in the region. However, that couldn't be further from the truth. Even though the circumstances are not ideal for breeding, dogs are increasingly popular in the Middle East. The...
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10 Safe Feeding Tips for New Dog Parents

Getting a puppy for the first time in your life is a feeling beyond words. You probably already imagined all the fun things and blissful moments you’re your new family member. However, many new dog owners do not realize that dogs need constant care as well. Especially when it comes to their diet. The diet requirements of dogs vary by...
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10 facts you didn’t know about Vizsla dogs

Fact #1 In a way the Vizsla has more in common with cats than other dogs. No, it doesn’t purr and meow, but it’s a self cleaning dog and has very little of the odour most other dogs possess. So the Vizsla is an ideal match for those with a sensitive nose and no desire to bath their dog every week.