Like toys, the Toy Group of dog breeds have historically had only one purpose: to bring joy, delight, and cuteness to one’s life. Toy group dogs, and small dogs, in general, are perfect for city slickers and small space dwellers, are easier to train and tend to be less expensive to care for. They also, […]
Once members of the working group, the Herding Group of dog breeds has a distinct ability to control the movements of other animals. Developed to herd and protect livestock, these dogs presently work jobs in law enforcement and rescue operations. They are typically very easy to train and form strong bonds with their humans. Here […]
If you want active, large, loyal, and steadfast, then dogs classified in the Working Group might be for you. Dogs classified in the Working Group were bred to do hard jobs such as guarding property, rescue missions, and manual labor (i.e., pulling sleds). Because of the strength required by many of these breeds to accomplish […]
Just as training a little kid to say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ is a challenge, training a puppy to have good manners when the doorbell rings can be just as, if not more challenging. Unruly dogs can be hard to wrangle! We’re here with some great tips on how PNW pet owners can train their dog to have respectable doggy door manners!
A hound dog can run for miles and nap for hours…a perfect balance! Sound like the right fit for your personality? If you’re wondering what kind of pup to adopt, read on to find out if a dog from the Hound Group might be your perfect canine companion.
A proud Great Dane mama recently welcomed her nearly record-breaking litter last month. Read the story on her giant litter of future giant dogs, as the first installment in our Pets in the News Blog Series.