Rodents have always lived in close proximity to humans for generations. We’ve never liked this but often ignored it, largely because rodents are difficult to shake off. But when they get too intrusive for comfort, there are certain steps you can take to regain your territory. If you’re looking for the best dogs bred for…

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Owning a dog is a serious commitment. You get to welcome a new family member, care for another living being, provide proper nutrition and care, and invest your time, energy, and finance into keeping your furry friend healthy and happy. Owning a dog may seem easy, but in reality, it’s hard work, and dog owners…

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Famous for their wrinkly faces and strong regal personalities Shar-Pei are a slightly more rare site in the US, as they come in at 64 on the American Kennel Club’s most popular breed list. Weighing in at 45 -60 pounds on average, these dogs need a bit more space than popular breeds like Chihuahua, Cavalier…

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There are people who dream of owning a coyote due to its beauty and strength. Coyotes are powerful creatures with superb stamina and energy levels. It’d be cool owning a coyote you can control, but that is rather hard to come by. Instead of fantasizing about owning a coyote, it’s better to consider one of the…

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You probably know someone who brings their dog with them everywhere. Out on coffee runs, shopping trips, or over to friends and family’s houses… And these dogs love it! They enjoy spending every possible moment with their ‘person’ or ‘people’. Dogs have personalities just like humans. Finding a dog who will make the perfect companion for…

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Yakutian Laika was developed in ancient times for natives of Yakutia as assistants. They were initially bred for herding, pulling sleds, and hunting. Laikas are happy being active, or even participating in agility sports, sledding, or coursing ability. For centuries the breed was a loyal companion and working assistant of man in the conditions where…

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The Wetterhoun, otherwise known as the Frisian Water Dog, is traditionally used as a hunting dog in the Netherlands. The name of the dog comes from the West Frisian Wetterhûn, meaning “water dog.” If you hear someone calling this breed Wetterhounen, don’t be confused because the plural of Wetterhoun is Wetterhounen in Dutch. Learn more…

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The Dogo Argentino is a large dog known for its white coat and muscular appearance. This breed was bred for the pursuit of big animals, such as puma and wild boar, and possesses the above-average strength and quick response of a serious athlete. It was first bred in 1928 from the Cordoba Dog (today extinct…

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