Studies show that dogs are capable of recognizing their parents later in life if they were around them during a crucial early period.
Just to name a few: wolves, termites, beavers, pigeons and swans. Or … is it all just a myth?
Read our breed profile of the Australian Shepherd, a loyal, hard-working and fun-loving dog that makes a great pet for families and individuals.
If you want a very intelligent, energetic dog with a fun personality, the Australian Cattle Dog may be a great choice. But not if you live in an apartment.
English springers love their families, but they need a great deal of outdoor time. Find out much more in our breed profile of the English Springer Spaniel.
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is much like the cardigan welsh corgi, but with a shorter body and straighter legs. Read our Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed profile.
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is a long, stocky dog with a fox-like appearance. Its history dates back to the 1200s. Read more in our breed profile.
Rhodesian ridgebacks can be summed up in one word: dignified. But what else makes these lion hunters tick? Read our Rhodesian ridgeback breed profile…