The Australian Cattle Dog has a fascinating history and can be an excellent addition to many households for various reasons but may not be suitable for everyone.
If you are considering welcoming a new pet into your home, either for a working role or as a family pet, it is a good idea to
The Rottsky is a relatively new breed of designer dog, intentionally bred by crossing a Rottweiler with a Siberian-Husky. Though the large and muscular Rottweiler and the sled pulling Siberian-Husky are different in their physical features and personality, the Rottsky with qualities of both parents has turned out to be a good-looking dog with
Various types of emotional support dogs have one common universal trait: the ability to comfort people who are emotionally or mentally troubled. An emotional support dog should not be confused with a service dog, a canine companion trained to assist people with physical, mental, or emotional disabilities. A service dog performs specific tasks such as
The Australian Cobberdog is the perfect companion dog and top on the list as a therapy dog. It has all the qualities that one would want in a dog. Well, it may sound a bit farfetched, but trust us, we are not making this stuff up. Read on to find out more. First, let us
Corgis are one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. This cute little dog breed finds its origins in Wales, England where they evolved as herding dogs. With time, they’ve found their way to our hearts. These little furballs are friendly, outgoing, playful, bold, and protective. The breed is divided into two sub-breeds,
Pets help to strengthen relations between parents and kids with autism besides easing stress, according to new research from the University of Missouri. Parents of kids with autism tend to experience more stress than parents of normal kids and pets can be a source of relief and support. The study was conducted by Gretchen Carlisle,
A male pet dog, whether mixed breed or purebred, marks its territory by urinating on tree trunks and plants and it can be disturbing to a pet owner when this natural pet behaviour destroys beloved plants, trees and lawns. Dog urine can create nasty brown or yellow patches of grass in backyard lawns, ruining hours