Rhodesian Ridgeback on Sand

Depending on their tail length, dogs have between 319 and 321 bones in their body. This number is consistent regardless of a dog’s size. A tiny Yorkie has the same number of bones as a Great Dane; it’s just that the sizes of the bones are different. Humans, in contrast, only have 206 bones. The… Read More

schnoodle dog lying in the garden

Schnoodle dogs are a popular crossbreed between a Schnauzer and a Poodle. The result is an adorable and low-shedding dog. While Schnoodles are considered hypoallergenic, this doesn’t guarantee that they won’t cause an allergic reaction. Let’s take a closer look at why Schnoodles are considered hypoallergenic and what that really means for those who suffer… Read More

Biewer Terrier standing on grass

Have you always wanted a dog but suffer from allergies? Have you heard that Biewer Terriers are hypoallergenic but aren’t sure whether they truly are? Here, we guide you through everything that you need to know about the hypoallergenic properties of the Biewer Terrier and how to know if a hypoallergenic dog is for you!… Read More

dogs eating food from bowls

Every animal fits into one of three categories related to its diet. Cats are carnivores; rabbits, horses, and ruminants are herbivores; pigs and dogs, like people, are omnivores. That’s what most people have always thought, anyway. A growing body of veterinary professionals and researchers are providing strong arguments for dogs being carnivores rather than omnivores…. Read More

serval cat standing on grass

Serval cats are wild cats native to the African savannah. Their exotic looks and comparable size to domestic cats make them appealing as pets. But are they safe? Serval cats are wild cats, which means they are considered dangerous. While they aren’t as large as a cheetah or a leopard, they have the precision, strength,… Read More