Have you ever looked at a cotton ball and wished that it was sentient?
Okay, that’s a little silly…you probably haven’t. (But, hey, pet rocks were a thing, so why not pet cotton balls?)
Just kidding. Well, kinda.
Even if you haven’t fantasized about live cotton balls, chances are you can’t say no to a Coton de Tulear.
This relatively new breed is not very well known. (At least not yet.)
But he sure has a lot of love and fluffiness to share! So go ahead and indulge in your sentient cotton ball dreams.Read More
Ever heard of Cesar’s dog food?
Most dog owners probably have.
And whether or not your dog is a Cesar’s food fan, you can’t deny that the company makes awesome commercials.
But only because they know how to play up the cute factor by starring a fluffy, white Westie.
Yup. Even if you’ve never met a Westie in person, chances are…Read More
The Wirehaired Fox Terrier was named for his role in traditional British foxhunts.
At least that’s what he wants you to think.
In reality, the inclusion of “fox” in this breed’s name is telling in more ways than one.
And no, I don’t mean that this dog looks like a fox.
I mean that…Read More
The Yorkshire Terrier is a huge fan-favorite. The 10th most popular dog in the U.S., to be exact.
These elegant pups don’t hesitate to flaunt their gorgeous silky coat.
But beauty isn’t all a Yorkie has. He’s also got a terrier-ish taste for adventure.
Plus, he sometimes sounds like a…Read More
Shih Tzu actually translates to “little lion”. And while the breed may not seem very lion-like, he just might’ve been.
It’ said that a Tibetan Buddhist God brought along a Shih Tzu on his travels. And when needed, that little lion dog could transform into an actual lion.
Pretty awesome, right?
But as intimidating as it sounds…Read More
Standard Schnauzers fall right in the middle size-wise. Larger than the Mini and smaller than the Giant, the Standard Schnauzer is actually the oldest of the three breeds. They are a loyal family dog that does well with children. Though protective of their people, they are also very social and friendly. Highly intelligent, this breed […]Read More