• Chow Chow Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    1 month ago - By Bark Post

    The poofy, floofy Chow Chow is truly one of a kind. Coming all the way from the frigid climes of northern China (and landing gracefully on your living room couch), this buff, blue-tongued dog breed is beloved by many.
    Despite their high-status past, a Chow Chow puppy is humble and loves a good romp in the yard. And don't let that doofy appearance fool you-these are intelligent animals with serene dispositions and loyal hearts. All in all, if you're flying solo and looking for a caring companion, a Chow Chow might fit the bill.
    Breed Overview
    Height: 17-21 inches Weight: 40-80 lbs Lifespan...
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  • Tibetan Mastiff Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    Tibetan Mastiff Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    1 month ago - By Bark Post

    From the same part of the world as Mount Everest comes something almost as large and impressive: the Tibetan Mastiff. This ancient breed is said to have protected monasteries for hundreds of years. Now, this large dog breed stands guard at front entryways across the world.
    Tibetan Mastiffs may be classified as working dogs, but they're definitely not “all work, no play” pups. Get to know these big and beautiful brutes, and you might just find your new best friend...
    Breed Overview
    Height: 24-30 inches Weight: 70-150 lbs Lifespan: 10-12 years Breed Size: Large-Giant Colors: Combinations of...
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  • English Bulldog Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    English Bulldog Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    1 month ago - By Bark Post

    The English Bulldog is a sturdy, stocky, stalwart breed-and the definition of “don't judge a book by its cover.” Once a force to be reckoned with in the bull-baiting ring, the muscular English Bulldog is now a force to be cuddled with.
    Don't let that droopy mug fool you, either. Though they may have a “resting glum face,” English Bulldogs are happy-go-lucky characters who are always ready to prance and play at the park. Perhaps that's why they consistently rank at the top of America's most popular dog breeds. 1
    Whether you're looking to expand your big family or double the population of...
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  • Australian Cattle Dog Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    Australian Cattle Dog Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    1 month ago - By Bark Post

    Ready for a dog breed that's a little ruff and tumble? The Blue Heeler has no reservations about getting their paws dirty. As a classic working dog, this determined, Blue Heeler pup is ready and raring to go, whether it means herding cattle across the wilderness or chasing a tennis ball across the park.
    Tall, sturdy, and muscular, the Heeler is a snappy, handsome pooch with a gorgeous coat that ranges from white to red to the gorgeous blue-gray that's earned this breed its charming name. Of course, it's not all about looks when it comes to the Australian Cattle Dog. This is a smart...
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  • Boston Terrier Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    Boston Terrier Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    1 month ago - By Bark Post

    A big-eyed beauty with a happy-go-lucky attitude, the Boston Terrier is known for its gentle demeanor and entertaining antics. Looking for a companion dog that doubles as a comedian? Don't let this Boston Terrier puppy's seriously sharp tuxedo-style coat fool you. The affable Boston Terrier is happy to join you in any environment-from the cafe to the countryside-so long as you're ready for endless laughs .
    With a compact build and short, smiley snout, this small dog is cute, cuddly, and ready for whatever you throw at it. The Boston Terrier is more than just a pretty face; this dog breed...
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  • Great Pyrenees Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    Great Pyrenees Breed Information Guide: Photos, Traits, & Care

    1 month ago - By Bark Post

    What is it that makes the Great Pyrenees so great? Could it be their majestic size and stature? How about their steadfast loyalty and commitment to a job well done? Or even their bottomless patience and kindness?
    Trick question: it's all of the above-and so much more. Great Pyrenees are better than great. These fuzzy fluffballs may have been bred for business, but they're no strangers to the title “human's best friend,” whether they're romping in the park or napping on the sofa alongside you. On the job or off the clock, you can always count on the Great Pyrenees to please.
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