Bouncy, fun-loving and strong. Boxers are high energy dogs that you just can’t help but fall in love with. We’ve put together a Boxer breed profile to give you some information on their history, temperament and nature. Check it out.
Playful, lovable and charming – what’s not to love about Beagles? Well, they do have a cheeky side…If you are a huge Beagle fan or want to learn more about them, read on to discover where they came from and their core characteristics.
Staffies have won the hearts of the people, after recently being voted Britain’s favourite dog breed. They’re bouncy, lovable bundles of energy. Want to learn more about the breed’s history, characteristics and traits? Read on to find out all about Staffies…
Fallen in love with Poodles? These stylish looking canines have a lot to offer any owner. But what makes them stand out from other breeds and where did they originate? If you want to know all about Poodles, check out our Poodle breed profile…
The Labrador is one of the nation’s favourite dog breeds, and often ranked as the most popular breed of all. You’ll spot plenty of Labradors out and about, and you won’t be able to resist their lovable charm. Want to know more about Labradors and their history? Read on to find out all about their […]
German Shepherd lover? We’ve gathered some handy information about German Shepherds. Take a look at the breed profile below if you want to know more about their temperament, history and characteristics.
Are you a fan of the infamous British Bulldog? If you want to know more about this popular breed then read on to find out all about what Bulldogs are bred for, their history and what sort of owners they suit….
Thinking of getting a clever Collie? If you’re a fan of sheepdogs, but you want to know more about their history and temperament, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our Border Collie breed profile below…
If you have noticed a change in your dog’s behaviour and you’re not sure why first and foremost you should take them to get checked out by your vet so you can rule out any injuries or illness, this is particularly important if the abnormal behaviour has become apparent suddenly.
Thinking of going on a trip and can’t bear the thought of leaving your furry companion at home? Well not to worry, there are plenty of hotels out there that can accommodate you and your four-legged friend.