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.
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…