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Learn about small, medium and large dog breeds and discover useful tools to help you find the perfect companion to suit your family and lifestyle.

Bichon Frise sitting on grass

What to Know Before You Get a Bichon Frise Puppy

This bright white powder-puff has a fun-loving, happy nature and loves to socialise.
Dog with girl

Choosing a Dog Breed

Planning on getting a dog? Choosing the right dog breed for you and your family will go a long way to ensuring you spend a lifetime of happiness with your canine companion.
Bulldog

Types of Dogs That Don’t Shed

If you are thinking of a dog and would like to investigate the breeds that won’t leave your house hairy, consider one of the breeds that has continuously growing hair.
Dachsund in a park

Everything You Should Know Before Adopting a Dachshund

The Dachshund or ‘sausage dog’ is a loveable goofball who makes a great family pet.
Beagle Outdoors

Best Dogs for People with Allergies

If you or someone in your family suffers from allergies, pet ownership is not necessarily out of the question. You may just need to do a little more work to firstly identify the source of the allergy, but also to investigate treatment options and low allergen pets.
dog with kids

Family Dog Breeds: Best Dogs to Own

Buying a dog with your family in mind is an important decision. There are some breeds that are known to be excellent with children. We discuss which dogs would best suit family life.
goberian puppy on grass

Golden Retriever Husky Mix: The Goberian

The mix of a Golden retriever with a Husky is known as a Goberian. This intriguing hybrid dog is an interesting mix of two breeds, each with their own distinct character.
Chihuahua in a park

Chihuahua

The ultimate small-space pet, the Chihuahua is big on personality in contrast to its tiny stature.
Beagle standing in a field

Beagle

This fun-loving, high energy scent hound is a great family pet and always eager to train and play.
Irish Wolfhound

Irish Wolfhound

Irish Wolfhounds are independent by nature, but bond very closely to their families. They were trained to think independently in their hunting past, rather than relying on close direction.

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