Pets are a ubiquitous part of life for many people and there is no question of whether or not they provide any benefits. However, not everyone has been fortunate enough to experience the love and gratitude of a furry companion. For those that still doubt, we’ve compiled a list of compelling reasons to take up the mantle of pet ownership.
For many years there was a need for a hypoallergenic dog with the right personality to work as a guide dog. Finally, in the 1980s Wally Conran, director of the puppy program at the Royal Institute for the Blind, developed a cross between a Labrador and a standard Poodle with its allergy-free coat. The result is the Labradoodle, and it has become one of the most popular breeds. It is said to have the best traits of both breeds; the gentle and trainable nature of the Labrador with the hypoallergenic non-shedding coat of the Poodle.
One of the breeds available for purchase at Little Wonders Puppy Emporium is the Lhasapoo. This little cuddly puppy is a perfect companion for a single person, couple, or older folks! The Lhasapoo is a mix of a poodle and a Lhasa Apso and is becoming a popular breed for folks wanting a smaller dog with a great personality.
May is Lyme Disease Prevention Month; are you protecting your Suffolk County puppy from Lyme disease? To keep your puppy safe and healthy, there are a few precautions you want to take.
The Shorkie is a designer breed of dog that is being developed in the United States. This little pup has the attitude of a giant breed dog, but is only as big as the dogs it is a mix of, the Shih Tzu and Yorkshire Terrier. These two breeds are known for their personalities and affection, as well as their loyalty to their owners. If you want to learn more about the Shorkie, just keep on reading.
As cute as puppies are, a lot of work goes into caring for and training them. One of the least glamorous parts of training a puppy is house training. House training may not be fun, but it is very important. You obviously don’t want your puppy to have accidents inside of the house, so consider the following tips to teach your puppy to let you know when they have to “go.”
If you are welcoming a new puppy into your home, you are going to have many years of joy with your pet. There are some things you should consider to make the transition easier for you and your new puppy. Here are six of them: