We might think of winter as a time to keep our pups indoors. But a lot of dogs love the cooler weather and have winter in their DNA! If you live in a colder climate, our puppy specialist Callie Woods has a list of chill pooches that love a good snow day!
Like any youngster, puppies are just figuring out the world. They’re also learning how to play with you! Play-biting is something that puppies can do, and you might feel it more with their young, edgy teeth. But it’s not a big issue if you use a few tricks to teach them. Here are some ways to stop play-biting with your pup.
While we all love dogs, some people are sensitive to dogs that shed a lot. But the good news is certain breeds are much better for people with allergies and are considered “hypoallergenic dogs.” It must be said that no dog is entirely hypoallergenic, but breeds with non-shedding coats can be the right fit for allergy sufferers who love dogs.
That’s where the poodle comes in. Poodles are known for their intelligence, low-shedding coats, and are great dogs for allergy sufferers. It’s why so many hybrid breeds have been created with poodle mixes. The following breeds are great choices for people looking for a dog with the least allergy-prone coat. Not surprisingly, many of these breeds have Poodles for parents.
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.