German Shepherd Dogs are some of the most popular dog breeds, and there are plenty of reasons why these guys are so well known. These pups are famous for their intelligence, agility, work ethic, and loyalty to their family. Here are some other examples of why German Shepherd Dogs are so loved.
Huckleberry is a 5-year-old Golden Retriever that does things a little differently—like hang out on the roof!
When Allie and Justin Lindenmuth moved into their house in Austin, Texas, five years ago, they noticed there was only a 3-foot clearance from a hill in their backyard to their roof. The idea of their little puppy figuring out how to jump on the roof crossed their minds, but sure enough, Huckleberry figured it out in six months.
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It’s safe to say that dogs and people share a special devotion to each other. Dogs work together with us in so many ways as extra hands (or paws) on the farm, police partners on a beat, or even as our eyes and ears to the world. Everyone who has a dog can tell you about the unconditional love they have with their pup, but there are some friendships that stand out as shining examples.
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The pomsky is a newer hybrid breed that people have been getting to know in the last few years. Being part-Pomeranian and part-Husky, these guys are completely lovable. They’re also one of our more popular breeds at My Little Puppy. Here are some facts about this designer-dog breed of pups.
We talked with two of our puppy experts, Louise and Ryan, to find out what people should expect when getting a pup through My Little Puppy. Here’s Part 1 of our chat on My Little Puppy’s location and the company’s dedication to responsible breeding.