The Greyhound is an iconic dog easily identifiable by it’s long slender build. Previously most known as a racing dog, it is quickly becoming a family pet favorite. Much like Santa’s Little Helper from the cartoon The Simpsons, many retired racing greyhounds are adopted as family pets.
The Boston Terrier is unmistakable with it’s tuxedo patterned coat, big round eyes, short nose and square head. Boston’s are typically happy dogs that love people and are well behaved. Let’s learn more about this distinguished dog!
Now that we’ve adjusted to seeing 2022 on our calendars it may be time to welcome a new family member to the home, perhaps a cat! One of the first decisions for pet owners is what to name your pet.
Classic names (Leo, Tiger, Milo, you’ve heard them before) are always great choices, but some owners like to get creative, or name pets after family members, other animals, or celebrities!
Ringing in 2022 you might be considering adopting a new pet. One of the first decisions for pet owners is what to name your pet!
Classic names (Fido, Rover, Scout, you get the drift) are always great choices, but pet names are also a personal choice. From your favorite celebrities to family names there are a lot of great options to chose from. Whether you are a trendsetter creating the next unique pet name, or just looking for a good memorable fit, the most popular pet names from 2021 may be an inspiration to guide you in your name decision.
Last month we continued our in depth look at the seven basic commands you should to teach to your dog with the off command
This month we’ll conclude our seven basic commands series by teaching your dog the “no” command