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Many know the Maltese as the pampered little lap dogs that people love to spoil. The snow-white pooches love to stay by their owner’s side, and their undeniable charm makes them totally irresistible.
The Maltipoo is a popular “designer dog” created from crossing a Maltese with a Poodle. These adorable little pups are #18 on our list of most popular dog breeds, beloved for their playful and clever nature.
Dogs are big food enthusiasts, but this enthusiasm can turn dangerous if they eat so fast that they barely chew their food before it goes down. Choking is a hazard that affects both humans and dogs, but in the case of an emergency, would you know how to help your pup?
You’ve probably heard that chocolate is poisonous to dogs, but just what will happen if your dog consumes some of the tasty human treat? The answer isn’t as simple as black and white.
Beagles are a popular American dog, and make our list of top 25 popular dog breeds at #17! We bet there are some facts about these joyful pups that will surprise you.
They say that dog is a man’s best friend, but more than that, the relationship between a man and his dog is a lot like that between father and son. This Father’s Day, we’d like to give thanks to all the dog dads out there for raising some pretty paw-some pups.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is as royal as his name sounds, a favorite to European nobility during the 1500’s. Learn more about the Cavalier, #15 on our list of most popular dog breeds, with these 6 facts!
Our nation’s capital is full of history, culture and national pride, attracting tourists from all over the world. Along with human visitors to Washington, D.C., come their four-legged friends ready to explore.
It’s a known fact that most dogs shed, but this doesn’t keep us from loving them. We’ve got the tips you need to keep your dog’s shedding under control.
The most populous city in Texas is Dallas: home to many a cowboy, cowgirl and cow-pup. Luckily, Dallas welcomes city slickers of both two and four legs to participate in much of what the city has to offer.
San Francisco is one of the most puppy-friendly cities in the country; in fact, the city has more dogs than kids! Because of this, you’re sure to find plenty of places in the city to spend with your four-legged friend.
Congratulations, your puppy is now reaching adolescence! During these “teenage years” you can expect your pup to be a bit of a handful, but she’ll emerge as a full-grown doggy adult before you know it and you will miss these silly puppy days. S