Bernese Mountain Dog standing on water

Bernese Mountain Dogs are extremely versatile working dogs that came from the alpine farmlands of Switzerland. They were developed to herd and work cattle, pull carts, and act as guard dogs and companions to their families. But are Bernese Mountain Dogs smart? Yes, Bernese Mountain Dogs are smart. They’re suited to obedience, tracking, herding, and… Read More

labrador service dog guiding a disabled person

Dogs are people’s best friends for more reasons than just their friendly, adoring natures. They also have the unique ability to keep us safe and help if we have mental, emotional, or physical health conditions. Service dogs enable many people to manage their disabilities and take part in everyday activities. If you’ve decided that a… Read More

Arches National Park during summer

Arches National Park is in Grand County, Utah, and has over 75,000 acres of hills, valleys, trails, and beautiful rock formations. This red-rocked wonderland brings in thousands of tourists each year and its eye-catching colors and long-running trails make it the perfect place for dogs. One of the biggest benefits of taking your dog to… Read More

portuguese water dog in the forest

Many people believe Portuguese Water Dogs are hypoallergenic because of their fluffy coats and cute looks. However, this is not the case. Portuguese water dogs are not truly hypoallergenic, contrary to popular belief. Portuguese Water Dogs are actually considered to be moderately allergenic, which is why they should not ordinarily be housed with people who… Read More

Australian Cattle Dog outdoors

Do you have allergies and are looking for a dog that won’t make them worse? If so, you may be wondering if Australian Cattle Dogs are hypoallergenic. The answer is…sadly, no. All dogs produce dander, which is the source of many pet allergies. However, some breeds are less allergenic than others. What is a Hypoallergenic… Read More

corgi dog sitting outdoor

Smart and adoring, Corgis are loyal family pets that love to play and watch over their people. However, despite their friendliness, they’re not the best suited for allergy sufferers, whether you’re the one with an allergy to dogs or someone else in your family is. Corgis are not considered hypoallergenic. While their thick fur makes… Read More

Tibetan Terrier standing on snow

If you’re one of the many people who suffer from allergies but still want to enjoy the companionship of a loyal furry friend, a Tibetan Terrier may be the perfect breed for you. Tibetan Terriers are small to medium-sized dogs that are incredibly smart, affectionate, and absolute lovebugs. Best of all, they don’t shed much… Read More

labrador male and female

Labrador Retrievers are one of the most charming dogs on the planet. These gentle giants are loyal, loving, and always ready to fetch a ball or cuddle up on the couch. They’re also great with kids and make wonderful family pets. Unfortunately, Labradors are not hypoallergenic. These goofy furballs shed. A lot. Labradors have a… Read More

A bull terrier and a cat

The Buller Terrier Club (BTC)’s website revolves around promoting all things about the Bull Terriers for people to learn about this breed. The Bull Terrier Club was established in the UK in 1887, making it one of the oldest dog breed clubs. As they pride themselves on being an exclusive club, an entrance fee is… Read More

Great Pyrenees Mountain Dog

Dogs are people’s best friends and lovable companions. For people with dog allergies, however, having a dog can be a miserable experience. There’s a lot of hype about hypoallergenic dogs for allergy sufferers. The Great Pyrenees is one of the breeds touted for being hypoallergenic, but they’re not. In fact, no dog is truly hypoallergenic,… Read More

Fiddle Leaf Figs

Fiddle leaf figs, specifically their sap, are poisonous to dogs. Their sap contains calcium oxalate crystals, which are basically microscopic needles that will scratch your dog’s mouth, tongue, and throat on contact. Because of how unpleasant nibbling on a fiddle leaf fig can be, many dogs spit it out and avoid them altogether. If you’re… Read More