Are you wondering what the best small dog breeds for an apartment are? Since small dogs take up less space, many apartment dwellers prefer the smaller dog breeds. Here are 32 small dogs who make great companions for those who live in apartments or condos.
There are some stubborn dog breeds who might just test the limits of your patience while you’re trying to train them. And it’s not because these specific dog breeds are slow or obtuse. Nope. In fact, quite the contrary — these dog breeds are highly intelligent.
The size of your dog isn’t the only thing that matters. When choosing the perfect pooch for your apartment, you should also take into consideration the dog’s energy level, noisiness, and even friendliness. Here are the best apartment dogs that could be a great fit for folks with less space!
You can have it both ways: Check out this list of small dog breeds who aren’t yappy. If you’re looking for a little dog without the yappy barks, whines, and howls, then check out these small, mostly quiet dog breeds!
Despite being hugely popular and instantly recognizable, dogs such as a Labradoodle are hybrids and can’t be registered with national kennel clubs, and therefore don’t officially “exist.” Find out why and what it takes to register as a new breed.
Are you new to the dog world and looking to adopt a pooch in need of a good home? Many experts advise first time dog parents to start with a small dog. Here are some excellent dog breeds and hybrid breeds for first time pet parents.
Some people can walk into a party and be friends with everyone right away. Dogs can be the same way. When they show up, the pooch party can begin! Here are a few of the most dog-friendly dog breeds that love to be social with their fellow pups.
Some dogs just aren’t built for apartment life. Their size makes these mostly gentle giants crave the open space of the good old outdoors. Here are some of the huge dog breeds that tower over the rest and just give you more to love.
Even if service dogs can come in all shapes and sizes, they all must share some common traits — intelligence, calmness, and friendliness — and they must be willing and easy to train. Here are the five best service dog breeds.
There are certain dog breeds who love being in the water. In fact, it’s a wonder that they don’t have fins attached to their bodies! If you’re someone who loves swimming and you’re looking to adopt a dog to keep you company, check these ten dog breeds out.
From guarding livestock to herding other farm animals, dogs have played an integral role helping farmers maintain order and protecting livestock from predators. But not all dog breeds were meant for the rigors of the rural life. Here are the six best farm dog breeds that enjoy life in the country.
If your dogs ears are long or floppy, chances are their ears are more likely to harbor bacteria or parasites. Here are a few of the dog breeds most prone to ear infections.
Some people love dogs, but allergies have them sneezing, wheezing, and itching every time they pet a pooch. Here are a few of the best hypoallergenic dog breeds to reduce allergies.
Big dogs are great, but little dogs have lots of advantages. They tend to live longer, they can be scooped up and held like teddy bears, and you can sneak them into most places in an average handbag.
The Pomsky is a designer breed of dog that is a hybrid of the Pomeranian and the Siberian Husky and is one of the most popular breeds of 2017. Here’s what you should know.
The mythical Greek gods had plenty of mythical powers that helped them rule over mortals. Do those godlike abilities live on in our dogs?
Just for fun, eight characters from Disney movies whose attitudes and physical characteristics most closely match those of a particular dog breed — read our reasoning.
A small dog is once again the most popular canine on DogTime.com for the year — take a look at our 2014 list and see what other dogs got the most traffic.
Does size and weight affect a dog’s lifespan? Here are 10 dogs who live the least amount of time, according to data taken from the DogTime Breed Center.
Almost a dozen dogs who are no longer in existence in purebred form, including the Turnspit, African Hairless, White English Terrier, and seven others.
The Labrador, Pug, and Pit Bull are familiar breeds in America, but take a look at these 10 unique and rare canines — some of which only exist in the hundreds worldwide.