A quick question: Have you mostly had little female dogs? Little male dogs? Big female dogs? Or big male dogs? Or, have you had a little bit of everything, in which case ‘Both sizes’ or ‘Both genders’ would be the appropriate answer. I’m simply wondering what most people’s preferences are when it comes to choosing a dog and if they notice any obvious trends in those choices.
Thinking of getting a Great Pyrenees? This breed‘s goal in life is to protect sheep, goats, livestock, people, children, grass, flowers, the moon, the lawn furniture... well you get the idea. Here's everything you need to know about the Great Pyrenees.
Our dogs love to chew on sticks. Much like they like to snap open the shells of peanuts and spit out the crumbs. Here’s a little story about one of our dog’s and his personal mission to de-shrub our backyard!
For those who enjoy the sight of a dog sprinting… with full-out dogged determination and a purpose… You’ll surely enjoy these running dog photos. Running brings pure joy… as seen in these dogs’ eyes.
The command ‘Toes’ helps whenever you need to clean muddy paws after your dog has been playing outside. Or, when you need to dry off wet paws after a bath. Or, when you want to trim your dog’s toenails! Here’s how to teach your dog to give you his toes — on command.
The following funny dog pictures represent some downright serious determination on the part of our four-legged friends. In each photograph, it’s as if the dog is saying, ‘I’m NOT giving up this toy… no matter what!’ See for yourself…
Sometimes we call it brotherly love… or ring-around-the-rosie, or just a fun game of tag… These are pictures of my two dogs, Jersey and Tenor, which make me laugh EVERY time I view them! The little guy, Tenor, is repeatedly taunting the ‘old man’, Jersey. But I’m convinced he only did it because he loved Jersey’s white, fluffy fur so much.
My dog just turned a year old and he’s STILL not lifting his leg to pee. Yep, he squats like girl!… Now what’s with that???
Does your dog match your personality? Or complement it? It’s said that Type A people usually do better with Type B dogs. Here’s how to tell which type your dog is…
I purchased a raised dog food feeder for our dogs. Here’s why I did… and why I recommend that you do, too.
What do you do when your dog loves to play with a ball, but he won’t give the ball up in a game of catch? Here’s a quick trick… Works every time!
Make a realistic looking magazine cover featuring a picture of your dog! It’s fast. It’s free. It’s easy to do yourself online!
Here’s what you need to know about your dog’s dew claws, including when — or if — you should have them removed, and recommendations from other dog owners.
This was the day after we brought Tenor home, at about 8 weeks of age.
Here’s an update on our new puppy, now 4 months old. He’s a black lab-great pyrenees mix. Here are a ton of pictures of the puppy (Tenor), and his big brother, Destin — also a black lab mix.
From birth to old age, here’s everything you could want to know about our three dogs: an American Eskimo dog, a Golden Retriever-Black Lab mix, and a Great Pyrenees-Black Lab mix. How & when we got them, what each breed’s temperament is like, and what each of their likes and dislikes are.
What should you do when an overly protective older dog goes too far in his role as Alpha dog? Sometimes the leader of the pack needs to learn a few things himself!
Pictures and details about how we got our newest puppy — a Great Pyrenees/Black Lab mix. He was a Christmas puppy.
Tenor was born on November 3, 2005. We were looking for a playmate for Destin at the time because we realized that Jersey was getting old and probably wouldn’t be around to keep Destin company much longer. We hand-picked little Tenor from a litter in a nearby town at 6 weeks of age. We finally […]