After Frank, a Miniature Dachshund, came down with a back injury, his parents modified their house to make sure it wouldn’t happen again.
If you live an active lifestyle, the fiercely intelligent Australian Cattle Dog might be the match for you. But don’t be surprised if they try to herd you.
Collies have been stars in pop culture for some time, but how much do you know about the breed? Here’s what you can expect from these dogs.
Weimaraners are an active and social breed who likely won’t appreciate being left alone for long periods of time.
Pointers are really great family pets and will appreciate these vet-recommended bonding activities, too.
Papillons are small pups with big personalities. Their tiny size means you’ll want to practice spatial awareness when you’re around them. Here's how else you should care for this breed.
Rhodesian Ridgebacks are even-tempered, but need training and socialization to help them get along with other animals.
If you love the movie “Beethoven,” you probably have a particular affection for the Saint Bernard breed. Here’s everything you need to know about these big dogs.
German Shorthaired Pointers are friendly and beautiful dogs, but they need lots of exercise and mental stimulation — you’ll want to ensure you can match their energy.
Bichon Frise pups are great for families with children because of their friendly nature. Just make sure they don't get too many treats, these small pups need to watch their weight.
Bullmastiffs are gentle giants — but you’ll want to watch them around certain animals and people. Find out how to help them be on their best behavior.
Bull Terriers require a lot of mental and physical stimulation to keep them happy — but that's not all.
If you’re looking for a loyal dog that is good with kids and other pets, consider adopting an American Bulldog from your local shelter.
These two pups spend their days crafting, playing with their human sister and going on vacations — with such active lifestyles, here's how their mom pays for unexpected vet visits.
Tibetan Mastiffs are known for being calm and gentle with their people, but they’ll let you know when they’d like to get a bit active.
Basset hounds benefit from low-energy homes, but their lengthy bodies mean they need a little extra space to roam around. Here are some activities you can do together.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are small dogs that love their people and show affection. But even though they won’t turn down snuggles, they have exercise needs, too.
Siberian Huskies are the famous sled dogs, but even those that live in warmer climates still need ample exercise or they might start to act out.
Italian Greyhounds make great apartment dogs because of their easygoing nature. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t need adequate stimulation. Find out our vet’s tips for giving them a happy, healthy life.
Dalmatians are known for being sensitive and intelligent, but they can also be hesitant around strangers. Our on-staff veterinarian has tips for ensuring they’re confident and friendly.
Because Cockapoos are a mix between Cocker Spaniels and poodles, they’re at an increased risk for certain health issues — here's what that means.
Havanese are smaller dogs with even bigger hearts. They love being around their people, so much so that it can sometimes lead to health issues when left alone.
Pomskies pull traits from Siberian Huskies and Pomeranians. They’re known for being loyal and, because of this, might be best fit for certain family types — read on to learn which ones.
Alaskan Malamutes have double-coated fur and you'll want to plan for two yearly shedding periods — read our tips on managing the hair loss.