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:
We all know that our dogs have needs; they need to be fed, loved and looked after. While most of us rarely forget to take care of their medical needs, it is sometimes easy to forget that they have dental needs as well!
Little Wonders Puppy Emporium is proud to participate in Canine Care Certified! We here at Little Wonders Puppy Emporium are passionate about puppies and want to be sure that our breeders go above and beyond when it comes to breeding and caring for these pups.
The Yorkshire Terrier has won over the hearts of millions of Americans. This small, toy breed dog is also known as the “Yorkie,” and is the most popular of the toy breed in the U.S. If you are as in love with the Yorkie as many others, check out this blog post to learn all you need to know about the Yorkshire Terrier.
Bringing a dog into your life can be equal parts exciting and overwhelming. Make sure you are as prepared as possible for your new puppy by following our advice. In this blog post we will tell you all about what you need to know as a new dog owner, so read on to learn more.
Nearly every house has stairs, whether they lead up to the entryway of a ranch home or are part of a split level. It’s almost impossible to avoid stairs. If you are a dog owner, you are probably well aware of the steps in your home.