What makes a good attack dog? Not mindless, vicious killers. Rather, the elite are brave and unerringly obedient. Consider these dog breeds and their characteristics to see what we mean.
Want to avoid dangerous dog breeds and vicious dog behavior in your chosen pet? The rumors aren’t all true. Read on to find out which dogs breeds can be trained and which can’t be trusted.
The best dog breeds for first time dog owners are highly trainable. They also have even temperaments and long-standing reputations as loving and loyal dogs.
A first time dog owner, or simply looking to take on an easy to manage breed? Don’t start off on the wrong paw. These are some easy to train dog breeds you might want to start with.
Working dog breeds have a long history of working with humans. With diverse skills they thrive in many disciplines. These intelligent breeds often go above and beyond the call of duty.
Black dog breeds are beautiful, but have a poor reputation and are often the last dogs to be adopted. Find out the truth, and see how these dogs actually make some of the best companions.
Large dog breeds are not for everyone. Their oversized bodies and boundless energy might prove too much for some. But these gentle giants are wonderful for the right owner.
Do you already have a cat, but still want to bring an adventure-loving, tail-wagging companion home? Then you want to add a dog into your existing family who will play nice with the other animals in your home. Though each dog is obviously unique, here are just a few of the best cat-friendly dog breeds.
Some small dogs will be quiet and polite indoors and some shedders could make the best companions. Just be sure and consider all the angles before making your final decision on the best indoor dog breed for you and your family.
Terrier dog breeds are known for being exceptional hunters and companions. Though they can be high energy and a bit feisty, but are great dogs to own and love.