Originally introduced to the United States in 1908, the Doberman was bred primarily for protection and was used as a guard dog, police dog, and even as a war dog. Once known as an aggressive breed, through decades of careful and selective breeding, the Doberman has come to be regarded as a reliable family pet.
The Shih Tzu, or ‘Little Lion” dog, is a joy to be around. This breed has a huge heart, and an even bigger personality. They are lovingly playful lap dogs with a medium energy level, who love daily walks and have a desire to be included. With historical roots dating back to Chinese royalty, the
The Maltese is a charming dog, with a lively and bright personality. The breed has existed for centuries as a companion dog and is specifically designed to love and be loved. Maltese are known for retaining their puppy-like attitude throughout their life, and these vigorous little sprites love to play and accompany their owners on
Are you worried about what you should be feeding your Great Dane? Your Great Dane is going to grow fast. Don’t worry, there is no need to go crazy worrying about all kinds of supplements and special foods. There are a few things you need to know about feeding your Great Dane. I break down
Siberian Huskies are high-energy, friendly, and social family dogs. Ranked #12 on the AKC’s list of most popular dog breeds, it’s easy to see why many are drawn to the Husky’s wolf-like looks and piercing blue eyes. Given what this dog was bred for – pulling a light load over long distances with only a
Bulldogs are friendly and courageous, with a happy disposition. A gentle family companion, no breed is more admired for its loyalty and determination, which is why you’ll often see it as the first choice for mascots, including for the United States Marine Corp. Their low- to moderate-energy level makes them suited to any type