Siberian Husky

7 Of The Most Stubborn, Challenging-To-Train Dog Breeds

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.

by Jean Andrei
April 17th

10 Pictures Of Kids Who Love Their Dogs

Gallery (Warning — Cuteness Overload): Want to see something truly adorable? Take a look at almost two dozen cute pictures of dogs and puppies with children and infants.

by dogtime
April 19th, 2017

Study Reveals Prehistoric Humans Loved Their Dogs

One dog was laid to rest with what looked like a small round stone in his mouth, which the team interpreted to be either some sort of a toy or a special token. Other prehistoric pooches were entombed in death with trinkets like spoons and knives.

by dogtime
October 24th, 2016

Siberian Husky Puppies

All your questions about the cuteness of Siberian Husky puppies should be answered here, unless we have horribly miscalculated.

by Michael Leaverton
September 6th, 2016

Top 10 most popular dogs of 2014

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.

by DogTime
December 17th, 2014

Husky dog knows how to stay cool

Video: Luna, a Husky dog, stays cool by curling up inside the refrigerator — take a look at this adorable pooch and her unique way of beating the heat.

by DogTime
October 24th, 2014

Husky “sings” to crying baby

Video: A baby in a crib is crying, but watch as a nearby Siberian Husky helps quiet the infant by howling in this adorable video from the YouTube channel.

by DogTime
June 5th, 2014

DogTime’s top 10 dog news stories of 2013

Remember the dog transported behind the SUV? 2013 had no shortage of important events involving man’s best friend — check-out the year's top 10 news stories.

by Mike Dogtime
December 24th, 2013

What dog breeds do the most digging?

Dogs dig for several reasons, including retrieving prey and foraging for food; find out which breeds are the most likely to dig, and how to curb this behavior.

by Colleen Dougherty
December 6th, 2013
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