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.

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.

American Vs English Lab: Which One Is Right for You?

Labrador retrievers are some of the world’s most popular companion dogs – and for good reason. Whether you’re looking to get a Labrador as a family pet, for yourself, or even as a support dog, it’s hard to go wrong when it comes to this friendly breed. But did you know that there are two different types of Labrador retrievers and that there are several differences between the two? Before choosing the lab that’s right for you, it’s helpful to do some research about what the differences are and which kind may be the best fit for you and/or your family. We’re here to take a look at the American vs.

Comprehensive Hypoallergenic Dog List for 2019

Comprehensive Hypoallergenic Dog List for 2019

Are you a dog lover but suffer from a dog allergy? You are not alone. An estimated 10% of people suffer from pet allergies. Luckily for the dog lover in you, there are several dogs that are more than suitable for someone with a pet allergy. These dogs are hypoallergenic — meaning that they produce …

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