10 Amazing Small Dog Breeds with Short Hair – Low Grooming Needs

10 Amazing Small Dog Breeds with Short Hair – Low Grooming Needs

If you’re looking for a small dog with low grooming needs, you’re not alone. Small dogs make wonderful companions but if you have a busy schedule, complicated grooming is not always ideal. Here are 10 amazing small dog breeds with short hair that are exceptionally easy to care for.
If you’re looking for a little dog that’s active with low grooming needs, a Beagle might be the dog breed for you. Beagles are hounds so they love to use their sense of smell to follow small game like rabbits or follow any interesting scent. They’re even used in some airports as drug sniffing dogs.
Beagles have a sweet, friendly expression and big, dark brown or hazel eyes. They’re loving, outgoing dogs that are determined, inquisitive, and want to be everyone’s best friend. Because of their small size, they can do well in an apartment with an owner that’s willing to take them outside for a walk or somewhere to run around for about an hour every day.

Are Raw Eggs Good for Dogs – Nutritional Benefits of Eggs for Dogs

Are Raw Eggs Good for Dogs – Nutritional Benefits of Eggs for Dogs

Are raw eggs good for dogs? Well, it depends on who you ask. While some dog owners swear by including raw eggs in their pet’s diet, there is some controversy surrounding raw eggs for dogs. Some vets might encourage it while others advise against it.
There’s no denying that eggs have a lot of nutritional benefits but are raw eggs good for dogs? Let’s take a closer look.

How Much Do Puppies Sleep? Here’s How to Make Sure Your Puppy is Getting Enough Sleep

Few things in life are more exciting than getting a new puppy but it can be hard to tell if your puppy is getting too much or too little sleep. Some dog owners may be concerned about how much their puppy seems to be sleep but don’t worry. It’s normal. The average eight-week-old puppy sleeps anywhere from 18 to 22 hours per day.

Unique Male Dog Names for Your New Pup

Unique Male Dog Names for Your New Pup – Which One Is Your Favorite?

One of the best parts of adopting a dog is naming him. It can also be challenging, though. You want a special name and with so many common and unique male dog names, it can be tough to narrow it down and find the name that’s right for your pup. The good news is there are ways to make choosing your dog’s name easier and ensure that you’ll not only be happy with the name but that it will also suit your dog.

Naming your dog should be a process. You shouldn’t just pick the first name that pops into your head or settle for the usual dog names like “Spot” or “Rover.” That is unless, of course, you love those names.

How to Tell a Purebred German Shepherd – 5 Ways to Identify a German Shepherd

According to the AKC, the German Shepherd is the second most popular dog breed America – and for good reason. If you’ve never personally owned a German Shepherd, odds are you have a close friend or family member who has. This breed has gained its popularity because they are highly intelligent, great working dogs, awesome …

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Types of Corgi Dog Breeds – The Cardigan Welsh Corgi vs. the Pembroke Welsh Corgi

The Corgi has increasingly become one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States with the New York Post naming them the “hottest dog of 2019”. Queen Elizabeth II’s famed love of the Pembroke Corgi has certainly contributed to their increase in popularity over the years with more households starting to enjoy their ideal size and temperament.

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How to Socialize an Aggressive Dog: It’s Not Too Late!

You may be at your wit’s end when it comes to your aggressive pup – after all, nobody wants to be the one with an aggressive dog. You may think that it looks shameful and embarrassing on you for not being able to train your dog properly. If you have an aggressive dog, it really may not be your fault. Whether you adopted your dog as a puppy or as an adult, there are multiple factors that contribute to them being aggressive. That said, the main cause is usually a lack of socialization from a young age. We’re here to let you know that it may not be too late to socialize your aggressive dog and get them on the right track.

Aggressive Puppy – How to Recognize and Treat Puppy Aggression

When it comes to puppies, the first thing that comes to mind is how cute, cuddly, sweet, and playful they can be. After all, who can resist a puppy? (I have two, so, obviously, I cannot). As your pet starts to grow and get older, though, you quickly begin to realize that you might have a problem. As adorable, cuddly, and playful as your puppy is, they’ve started showing signs of aggressive behavior as well. This can be worrying. After all, if your puppy is aggressive now, there’s no guarantee that they will naturally grow out of this aggression – it could get worse as they get older.