Archive for October, 2019
This popular tiny dog breed is packed with a big personality. Maltese puppies have found their way into the hearts of dog lovers across the world… They have created a name for themselves with their larger than life temperaments. We have compiled five fun reasons why we think Maltese puppies are some of the best to own!
They are fun to dress up!
Come on, you know it’s absolutely adorable when you see little puppies dressed up and we like to think that Maltese puppies popularized the trend of dressing up dogs. Because of their tiny sizes, it’s almost impossible not to find clothing for them. Whether your pup is a male or female, they are cute and stylish in every outfit!
They can go everywhere with you.
At their maximum weights of 7 pounds, they are the absolute perfect size to accompany you on any trip, whether it’s in a car or on a plane. It goes without saying that they are also perfect for apartments. If you’re a first-time pet owner, getting one of our Maltese puppies was a great choice. They are rather low maintenance dogs.
They come in many types.
Did you know that Maltese puppies come in many hair types? They range from long hair to short hair, there are teacups, pear-head shaped ones, and even apple-heads. It sounds funny, we know, but they truly exist and each is a cute as the other.
They’re loyal to their owners and family.
People purchase Maltese puppies because they are cute, for sure, but they also may have heard about their loyalty. These beauties will defend you to the end…well as much as they can! Their protective nature and barking make them excellent watchdogs. Who doesn’t love that?
Let’s face it! Small, teeny tiny puppies aren’t for everyone. We get it and respect it, so that’s why we’re talking about our big and bubbly Saint Bernard puppies! Take a look below to learn more about this breed.
Happy Go Lucky
Saint Bernard dogs are known for their sweet dispositions. Sure they are large and sometimes people may be intimidated by their size, but there’s no need to be with these big babies. Our Saint Bernard puppies have been raised in such a way that they will bring joy and peace to your home. In general, they are perfect for families with kids so don’t shy away from getting one…or two!
Health and Size and Exercise
Forget about stumbling over small dogs being underfoot! Your Saint Bernard is far from it. They, on average, weigh anywhere from 100 pounds to 150 pounds and they are pretty muscular underneath their shiny, long coats.
Like any other dog, they are prone to specific ailments like the following:
- Cherry eye
- Hip dysplasia
They typically have a lifespan of 8 to 10 years.
Other Interesting Facts
- Get one of our Saint Bernard puppies if you want a dog who likes to exercise because he does and he needs it. They have strong work ethics, plus exercising provides them their required mental stimulation. Dog sports are a perfect outlet for him!
- To keep your Saint Bernard dog’s thick coat looking luxurious, you’ll need to take him for regular grooming. There’s really no getting around it unless you’re a professional stylist!
- We’ll keep this brief. They slobber…a lot!
- No matter where you live, when you purchase one of our Saint Bernard puppies, you can rest assured that they can thrive in both cool and warm climates. Be sure to provide them with air conditioning when it’s hot and heating when it’s cold.
We’ve written an entire post about our Labradoodle puppy because they deserve it.
These big and beautiful pups have so much more to offer than a photo op. Take a look at five reasons we think you should consider getting one of our Labradoodle puppies.
Labradoodles belong to the working dog breeds group and that’s because they’re incredibly smart and quick to learn. Guess what. All you need to give them is 15 good minutes of training each day and you’ll have one of the most intelligent dogs out there.
Their Vast History
The Labradoodle dog rose to fame in the mid 1950s as one of the first hybrid breeds. The puppies were initially bred by mixing Labs and poodles by creator Wally Conron, who recently stated he regrets created the dogs, as their existence opened Pandora’s box for designer dog breeding.
We’ve already talked about their intelligence, but we haven’t begun to cover their overall affable dispositions. These dogs are the creme de la creme! They are smart, sweet, eager to please, and great with kids. Because they are such family dogs, they absolutely hate being alone for long periods of time. They truly thrive off of being around family and they feel oh so sad when they’re left out…so don’t!
They’re Great Watchdogs
As watchdogs, they will fiercely protect your home and anyone in it. Just because they’re sweet doesn’t mean they aren’t ideal home protectors. Trust us, you don’t want to challenge Labradoodle puppies who have grown to adults.
Their Activity Levels
Because they were bred as outdoorsy working dogs, their activity levels reflect that. Be mindful of outside activities during the summer because their thick coats can make them extremely hot and overheat. Overall, they are rather active dogs and they will benefit from daily exercises and they will enjoy every minute of it!
You’ve finally decided to purchase a Cockapoo puppy. Now what? Do you know what to expect in the first few months with your new dog? If not, don’t worry. Here are 3 tips on what to expect.
Cockapoo puppies love to be around their families and don’t like to spend too much time alone. Because of this, you want to make sure that you spend as much time as possible with your new dog. This is a great way to establish a bond with your pup, which is important.
Provide your dog with exercise – lots! When you found your Cockapoo puppy you may or may not have known that they need daily exercise. This is especially true for puppies. You want to tire them out! Take them for several walks a day to get them used to the process and also to expend some of their natural puppy energy. A tired puppy is one of the least destructive ones!
We recommend that your puppy is in your sight at all times. When they are away they can be a bit mischievous. Close all doors and keep your puppy confined in the same room where you are. The last thing that you want is a puppy wandering around your house unsupervised. This is most likely when accidents occur and when they can chew on things they shouldn’t!
Taking care of Cockapoo puppies isn’t a hard task if it’s done correctly. What we want to reiterate is making sure that you spend as much time as possible with your new puppy during the first month of their time in their new home. In order for them to establish daily routines and understand that you’re the leader of the pack, they need quality time to be invested in them. In doing so, you’ll create a loving bond that won’t be easily broken!