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Leonbergers have a reputation for being gentle giants. They are intelligent, friendly, and playful dogs that are loving pets and loyal to their families.
Not all small dog breeds are good with all families; here are seven dog breeds that are great with most, and several that are not, with the reasons why.
Have you ever wondered if your dog loves you as much as you love them? Which dogs are the most loyal, cuddly, and affectionate? Read along to discover the most affectionate dog breeds.
Say the word "bulldog," and you'll likely think of the English bulldog. There are actually several different types of bulldogs out there. The following guide will help you sort them out.
Are you looking for a dog and plan on letting him sleep on your bed? Pictures, videos, and great descriptions of great breeds that do not stink will help you make the best choice.
Meet the English White Terrier. This breed lasted a mere century, but greatly influenced the Bull Terrier and Boston Terrier.
The Pomeranian or "pom," as some prefer, is a dog breed like no other. My pom's name is Foxy, and she's one-of-a-kind.
This article depicts how to pick a dog breed for apartment living and my top 10 picks of dog breeds well-suited for apartment living.
With proper training, Labrador Retrievers make wonderful and affectionate family pets. They get on well with children and other pets and are clever and playful.
I looked into a few of the stereotypes that surround the infamous pit bull and found some pretty interesting thing about them.
If you are thinking about getting a wolf hybrid, take a look at these dog breeds before making up your mind.
Are you looking for a cat-friendly dog or visa versa? Here are five great dog breeds that like cats, as well as three cat breeds that do great with dogs.
If you work all day but still want a dog, check out descriptions, videos, and pictures of these low energy breeds and find out which will suit your lifestyle.
If you live in a city or have a small yard, some dogs should not come and live with you. Find out which dogs, and why you need to avoid them.