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  • Are you looking for a cat-friendly dog? Do you want to know which breeds of dogs or cats are most likely to get along? Here's a list of five great dog breeds that like and get along with cats, a list of three dog-friendly cats, and a list of dogs that are less likely to love cats.

    Five Dog Breeds That Like and Are Good With Cats

    Five Dog Breeds That Like and Are Good With Cats

    by Dr Mark98

  • German Shepherds come in different coat varieties. Here we'll have a closer look at double and single-coat types.

    Double-Coated German Shepherds

    Double-Coated German Shepherds

    by Sam Shepards4

  • This is not just another list of dogs that do not shed. A dog that sheds can be clean, and a dog that does not shed can make a mess around your house. Find out which of these dog breeds are the cleanest, which you really should be looking for, and where you can find them.

    7 Amazingly Clean Dog Breeds

    7 Amazingly Clean Dog Breeds

    by Dr Mark4

  • If you're looking for a new puppy for your family or children, you will want to avoid the 10 dogs that are known to be aggressive, mean, and potentially dangerous. This article will break down the dog breeds shown to be the most aggressive, based on their results in temperament tests.

    10 Most Aggressive Dog Breeds: Temperament Ratings and Information

    10 Most Aggressive Dog Breeds: Temperament Ratings and Information

    by Sheila Brown251

  • Are you looking for a dog that is not going to add stress to your life? Here are some dog breeds that will offer you a relaxing walk each and every morning so that both you and your dog can enjoy the experience.

    8 Best Calm Dog Breeds for a Relaxing Walk

    8 Best Calm Dog Breeds for a Relaxing Walk

    by Dr Mark4

  • Are you looking for a great guard that will not shed all over your house? Here are some large and medium-sized dogs that will guard your family and property, not make a mess of the house, and provide excellent companionship.

    8 Awesome Guard Dog Breeds That Do Not Shed Much

    8 Awesome Guard Dog Breeds That Do Not Shed Much

    by Dr Mark6

  • This article explores some of the dog breeds that get along best with cats. Also included in this article are tips for introducing a new dog to a cat or introducing a new cat to your dog.

    Which Dogs Breeds Like Cats?

    Which Dogs Breeds Like Cats?

    by Holle Abee5

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