Breeding dogs has been a passion for people over centuries. The practice of mating selected dogs is considered a science, an “art” and complete devotion to a specific type of domestic dog. Whether you’re simply a pet owner who wishes to breed a single litter or a new breeder with a passion for a certain dog breed there is extensive research you should do and a great deal of knowledge required before pursuing such a responsibility. Breeders must know how to care for a single dog before embarking in the mating process when they’ll have to look after a pregnant pooch and its puppies. This article aims at reviewing the important aspects of the breeding journey.
The Poodle ranks as second most intelligent dog breed just behind the Border Collie. With three different size variants - Standard, Miniature and Toy - there is a perfect Poodle for every potential owner who is fascinated by this energetic and sociable breed. If you have just adopted or purchased a Toy Poodle there are a number of activities and commands you can teach your new pet. The article below is a great source of useful tips on how to train your new puppy or adult Toy Poodle.
The Beagle is one of the most popular dog breeds thanks to its size, temperament and overall good health conditions. This article deals with the various aspects of caring for your new Beagle puppy. Whether you are thinking about adopting or purchasing this breed, here you’ll find some useful tips to help you raise a healthy and happy dog.
Dogs are domestic animals that play a variety of roles alongside their owners. When choosing to buy or adopt a pet there are a number of factors to consider before actually bringing a pooch into our home. Regardless of the reason why we are welcoming a new furry friend to our family, we must take the time and patience to teach it the rules of the house and life with us. Keep reading to learn more on finding the perfect trainer to help you in raising a well-behaved and obedient pup.
The Pomeranian dog (also known as Pom or Zwergspitz in some countries) is a small-sized breed of the Spitz family named after the Pomerania region in Germany ad Poland. Pomeranians are considered a symbol of royalty as they were made popular by royal families since the 18th century. If you’re considering buying or adopting this beautiful and tiny dog as your new pet, keep reading to learn some useful and interesting facts.
Dogs are a domestic animals selectively bred over millennia by men. There are over 400 recognised dog breeds in the world differing in size, coat colour patterns, physical features and temperament. People continue to select dogs based on the role they will perform alongside them. In this article we provide useful tips on how to care for your new pet once you have decided to adopt or purchase a pooch that will soon become your new best friend.