Any breed of dog can be an emotional support animal with the right training and disposition. But there are a few dog breeds who are naturally prone to the affection and devotion required to be an emotional support dog.
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.
For some people, a more relaxed, even lazy dog breed might be more their speed. The dogs on this list are happy with moderate exercise for some of the day, but they’re mostly content to be couch potatoes and sit around with their humans in the house.
Pooch paws were made for walking, but that’s not all they do. If you’ve ever taken a closer look at your dogs feet, you’ll notice that they have lots of features…
Watch this Pit Bull run out for an ice cream treat. She patiently takes her place in line and waits her turn. So polite!
So it’s happy endings for everyone all around! That’s what I like to see.
When it comes to apartment pets, size does matter. Giant paws and long legs don’t always mix well with tiny living spaces. However, the size of your dog isn’t the only thing…
Have you been wanting to get a video monitoring system for your pets? Try the PetCube!
Okay, this video made me cry. How about you?
Here’s a video for those of you who work in an office: Don’t you wish you could provide prompt, polite customer service like this?
DogTime is getting the animal rescue word out to local viewers in the California Bay Area with the Road to Rescue Minute on CBS. Thursday, April 22 – Featured Shelter Animal: PandoraPandora is a female black Cocker Spaniel. She is at Pets Unlimited, a vet hospital and shelter based in San Francisco, CA.Pets Unlimited2343 Fillmore […]