Affectionate Houdini – The Siberian Husky
The beautiful Siberian Husky is very attractive to many owners. However, there are some real challenges with this breed that one should carefully consider before purchase. Despite this warning, the Siberian Husky can make a great family pet, read on to see if you are a fit!
If there’s one thing dogs love, riding a car is on the top of their list. For some dogs, it is the happiest days of their lives. For others, it is a ride they will never do again.The World Is Full of Dogs Without Collars
The World; it’s a big place, and for many of us we define and limit this space in terms of our daily habits and patterns but in reality we are talking about a heck of a lot of real estate. So how many dogs do you think are out there? Current estimates have the total population of dogs world-wide at 1 billion with 250 million as official “pets” of one kind or another. This leaves a populace of roughly 750 million dogs who don’t have “flea collars” or a human to walk them, they are known as “village dogs.” Street dogs that lurk in the garbage dumps and neighborhoods of the world, they are the “dogs without collars.”
Training your dog doesn’t have to be tedious. Here we discuss a fun and easy way to help your dog develop a rock solid sit stay – and have a total blast in the process.An Active, Affectionate Companion Dog – Redbone Coonhound
The Redbone Coonhound is very affectionate and loves to be around kids and family members, however, they do require some exercise. If you can provide them about an hour of exercise a day, you will have a very affectionate and friendly family pet. The Redbone Coonhound was welcomed in the AKC in 2009.