Puppies

It’s a face you’ve seen a million times on your Facebook feed: the doge face. “Such Wow.” “Many cool.” “Much awesome.” The Internet jargon is slapped onto a photo of a fox-like dog in multicolored Comic Sans font. That fox-like dog is the intelligent (and now hilarious) Shiba Inu.  If you feel like you are
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The German Shepherd is the second most popular in the United States, and it is easy to see why. These pups are incredibly intelligent and capable canines ready to work. Fortunately, if you have been eying a German Shepherd pup, they are also ready to play, snuggle, and make you laugh uncontrollably at their unintentionally
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When looking at a picture of an English Bulldog puppy, you can’t help but wonder: What’s going on? Why the excess skin? Why so many wrinkles? What’s he hiding in there? Another English Bulldog puppy, perhaps? A better question might be: How much do you want to sink your hands into this dog? (Picture Credit:
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Animated. Playful. Energetic. A little cuckoo in the best way. These are a few ways that Boxer parents will describe their pups. Boxer puppies are the eighth most popular breed in the United States for good reason. Do you think a Boxer puppy is right for you? Brush up on your Boxer puppy facts first.
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Oscar’s Law founder and advocate, Debra Tranter, snuck into a puppy mill in 2015, and documented the miserable conditions. This resulted in the removal of 16 dogs in need of medical care. The puppy mill was ordered to comply with animal welfare standards. Upon visiting nearly a year later, Tranter said the mill had actually declined since
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Rottweilers, like Pitbulls, have an unfair reputation that precedes them. Like any breed, Rottweilers can be aggressive and territorial if not properly trained or socialized. Luckily for you, aggression is not a trait this breed is known to have – they are actually known as loving, loyal goofballs that are eager to please their families.
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It is an irrefutable fact that puppies are adorable. Somehow, the tiny ones are even MORE adorable. It is this cute factor that makes it easy to understand why anyone would be drawn to the idea of getting their very own teacup puppy. There is just something about literally being able to hold a life
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So you’ve decided that a regular Yorkie is not adorable and cute enough for you. You’re thinking Teacup Yorkie Puppy. There is no denying Teacup Yorkies’ extreme adorableness, and their happy-go-lucky, spirited personality can be very appealing. But just because a Teacup Yorkie is tiny doesn’t mean the responsibilities for owning one are small, too.
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Dachshunds, colloquially known as Wiener Dogs, are anything but weenies. Intensely loyal, hyper vigilant, and spunky, these vertically challenged pups are the 10th most popular dog in the United States for a reason. Feel like this long little dog is right for you? Read up on what to expect once you bring home your Dachshund
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Puppy games are fun ways to tire out your newly adopted fur baby while building the skills they’ll need to become socialized, obedient, friendly adult dogs in the future. While puppies spend a good portion of their days sleeping, they can have lots of energy when they wake up, and puppy
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(Picture Credit: gettyimages) In one memorable summer for Samoyed Rescue of Minnesota, three dogs arrived, one after the other. All 18 months old, the white fluffy dogs were typical mischievous adolescents — if a little unrulier than most. Your bundle of joy can become a holy terror if you’re not prepared. “None of the dogs
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It’s fairly obvious as to why the Pomeranian is such a popular pup: she is intelligent, highly social, and downright fluffy and adorable. Thinking about bringing a Pomeranian puppy into your home? Here are a few things to know about the breed as a puppy: 1. Their adorable, fluffy coats may change over time (Photo
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Shih Tzus are true companion dogs. Bred for centuries to be man’s best friend, it is no wonder that Shih Tzu puppies are amongst the most popular of toy breeds. Thinking about bringing a Shih Tzu puppy into your life? Read on to see what to expect. 1. Their name isn’t pronounced like a swear
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When someone refers to a “Pit Bull puppy,” you can probably picture a certain kind of dog in your head, but you might be interested to know that there is no such breed as “Pit Bull.” The term Pit Bull actually refers to a few different breeds, including the American Staffordshire Terrier, the American Bully, and
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Boston Terrier puppies are quite the individuals. They can be silly and playful, calm and majestic, or alert and protective. Although each Boston Terrier puppy has her own personality, there is one thing they all have in common: they are downright charming. If you are thinking about going to a breeder or a rescue for
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Puppy eating food. Dog Since they’re just little dogs, puppies probably just need less food than most adult dogs, right? Wrong. Puppies need twice the energy intake of adult dogs and, depending on the breed, 25 to 30 percent of their diet should be protein. During the first few weeks of their life, puppies get
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(PICTURE CREDIT: GETTY IMAGES) There are few things in life that are more fun and rewarding than bringing a dog into your family. Your dog will offer your family years of love and loyalty — as long as you provide him with food, shelter, responsible care, and love in return. With these 10 basic care
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Just as the saying “a chip off the old block” often holds true for humans, it can apply to dogs as well. Puppies that are well-socialized are more likely to come from dogs that are well-socialized. A basic part of a pup’s socialization is based on their mother’s attitude–relaxed or skittish–toward
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Some dog owners fear that urinary incontinence is a natural result of aging and delay taking their dog to the veterinarian. While many dogs do develop age-related problems, there are many other causes to consider too. Urinary incontinence is easily treated, and the medications are not expensive, so the sooner you
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