When it comes to massive pups, famous characters known for their enormous build come to mind, such as Beowulf, Bigfoot, Atlas, and Chewbacca. And of course, who can ever mistake names such as Galaxy, Hulk, and Jabba for miniature creatures!
If you like moving a lot, dogs are great to own as pets because they are adaptable creatures. And speaking of movement, pups help you to stay active and get off the couch simply because they love to run around, have fun, and play.
And since they cannot understand the words “I love you”, you have to let your actions speak for you. So how exactly do you show your furry best friend exactly how much they mean to you? Here's 18 powerful methods how you can do that.
One example is the Rhodesian Beagle, with floppy ears and a more compact build. There is also the charming Rhodesian Shepherd, sporting a GSD’s trademark colors with a leaner Rhodesian build. And the Rhodesian Labrador’s puppy dog eyes will easily melt your heart.
From the big and cuddly Bernese Mountain Dog to the tiny and adorable Bichon Frise, these teddy bear breeds are sure to win your affection. And with their lovable dispositions and playful personalities, it's easy to see why they've become such popular pets.
The Airedoodle is a fun combo of a Poodle’s tight curls and an Airedoodle’s wiry coat. Then, there’s the predominantly golden coat of the Goldendale but with the signature rough fur of an Airedale. And of course, we have the Lab’Are, an endearing Labrador + Airedale Mix.
There are certain dog breeds that have a reputation for being aggressive. While any dog can be capable of aggression, some breeds are more likely to exhibit these behaviors. These breeds include Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, and Dobermanns, among others.
Dogs vomit when they eat too much or eat something that does not agree with their stomachs. These causes are typically no cause for worry, however, in other causes vomiting could mean that you dog can be gravely ill. Health conditions that cause dogs to vomit include bloat, pancreatitis, and liver disease.
China ranks number one when it comes to the number of dogs killed and eaten annually, at an average of 10 to 20 million. Vietnam is not far behind at 5 million a year. Laos is another country that considers dogs as food, among other ones on our list.