Dogs

There are so many breeds of dogs that a Federation has been formed to group them according to their characteristics. You can find dogs with short hair, long hair, a tail, no tail, big ears, small ears, different colors, different sizes, different shapes, and even a different temperment. All of the breeds have something special. Learn more about them in this section.

How to Choose the Best Dog Hotel for Your Pet

When thinking about going on vacation, we have to consider our dog too. What if we can’t take him with us?  We think about leaving him with a relative, but they’re all going on vacation too! So, what about the…

When Love for a Dog Defies Borders

How far can one’s love for a dog go? Today we’re going to show you some stories of people who decided to adopt a pet many miles from home. When Arthur met Mikael We can all agree that limits and…

When Should I Muzzle My Dog?

When should I muzzle my dog? If you love your furry friend, the idea of having to put a muzzle on him makes you feel bad. However, all the publicity that aggressive dogs get may make it necessary to use…

Shiba Inu: Care and Feeding

The Shiba Inu is usually a very kind, friendly dog. They’re also rather bold, alert, strong-willed and highly confident. In short, they have their own idea of ​​what to do, and how to do it. This breed is one of…

Dogs, Latin America’s Favorite Pet

Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil are the three countries in the world with the highest population of dogs, followed by Russia and the United States. People in Asia, on the other hand, are far less likely to have pets. However, dogs…

How to Care for a Bichon Maltese

Small, elegant, and intelligent are three adjectives that describe the Bichon Maltese well. While this adorable dog with long white hair stands out as a companion, it’s also an ideal guard dog. In today’s article, you can find out how…

Hypoallergenic Dogs: Myth or Reality?

Experts claim that there are no hypoallergenic dogs. There are dogs that can make us happy and others that don’t. The cause of our displeasure can be the dander that the fur gives off and as well as their saliva. Because…

How do Dogs Process Words and Commands?

It often seems like dogs understand what we’re saying to them. But how do dogs process words? The experimental results of a new study suggest that dogs have at least a rudimentary neural representation of the meaning of the words…

Car Seat Covers for Dogs

Traveling is already such an incredible experience, and doing it with our furry best friends makes it even more special. But, before you can get on the road, it’s important to guarantee your dog’s comfort and safety. In this article,…

5 Tips for Your Dog’s Postpartum Care

Postpartum care of a first-time dog is essential. The first steps will be to monitor the dog’s hygiene after delivery. In addition to this, you must monitor the hygiene of the bed where it looks after its puppies.

5 Ways to Improve a Dog’s Quality of Life

Owning a pet is a great privilege, but it’s also a great responsibility. Many pet owners, and dog owners in particular, spend a lot of time and money buying them accessories, very elaborate toys, special treats and even clothes. But…

Tips for Choosing a Costume for your Dog

Nowadays, more and more people are dressing their dogs up for special celebrations like Christmas and Halloween. Dog costumes are usually very funny and your family will really enjoy seeing your pet dressed up. But, it’s important to be careful…

The Characteristics of the Affenpinscher

The Affenpinscher is a small and furry dog ideal for any family or small house. They’re originally from Germany and are very well-liked for their faithful yet obstinate character. Read on to discover all the fascinating characteristics of the Affenpinscher.…

The St. Bernard: A Natural Protector

That big white dog with orange patches and a barrel tied around their neck is the St. Bernard. Do you remember the movie Beethoven? The film’s protagonist is a dog from this breed. If you don’t know much about this…

Here are Some Spanish Dog Breeds

They have their own identity of being noble and intelligent. The Spanish dog breeds considered to be true natives by the Real Sociedad Canina de España have a history of loyalty, hard work, and are part of Spanish tradition. Since ancient…

Buying a Dog: Risks of Buying From Individuals

Among the main risks of buying a dog from a private individual is that often you’re paying for false pedigrees or for a sick animal. Getting a dog from a private seller can result in dangers that you should be…

Chewing: Why Dogs Don’t Chew Food Well

Dogs love to eat, but sometimes it seems like they don’t even enjoy their food. They scarf their food down so quickly it seems like they’re starving. However, there are reasons why they do this. Also, in today’s article, you…