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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.

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...

Best Small Breed Dogs with Children

Choosing a family dog is quite a task as you need to balance a number of needs and requirements. It is because of this need for balance that more and more families are opting for small breed dogs as family pets, because they tend to be more portable, easily adaptable to different climates and more affordable in maintenance. Noted for...

10 Amazing Dog Facts That You Might Not Know

No matter how early you start training your puppy, nature and biology always have the last laugh. In this article we are introducing 9 interesting facts about dogs that are a bit out of the “ordinary”.

Socializing Your Puppy: How to Ensure Your Puppy Grows Up to Be a Happy and Playful Dog

Many prospective dog owners worry about how to ensure their young puppies grow up to be happy dogs with good temperaments. However, the answer to that worry is deceptively simple: socialization. A well-socialized puppy almost always grows up to be a loving dog, as dogs generally do not fear or dislike experiences they encountered in their first three months of...

Baby and dog in the same family?

If you are already a happy dog owner and your baby is about to arrive, you might wonder whether your baby is going to be safe around the dog, whether you should keep your pet at all. Many families in this situation are worried about the safety of their baby. The truth is, if you have the time to prepare...