Enjoying the beauty of plants and flowers is definitely one of the most calming things you can do in order to relax your mind and get in touch with nature. Some plants, however, can surprise us with how poisonous they can be to our pets despite their flawless appearance. Read more and discover all the plants that are considered to be highly toxic or even fatal to canines.
Some dogs grow cords naturally, while others have a coat that can be groomed in a way to grow them! No matter if they are natural or groomed, these dogs deserve our absolute admiration for the way they rock their “walking mop” or “rasta hairdo” look! Look at these 6 dog breeds that look like a mop and let us know which one would you rather have!
Bullmastiff is a strong, independent breed that makes a great guard dog. But, that shouldn’t come as a surprise considering that one of this dog’s breed parents is a powerful Mastiff. Discover everything there’s to know about this crossbreed of Bulldogs and Mastiffs and read on!
Some people mistake a lot of muscular dogs with Pitbulls for their fearsome postures and muscular, sturdy bodies. Even if there are some of the dog breeds that really look like Pitbulls, other dogs really don’t resemble them at all. Check out the ultimate list of dogs that look like Pitbulls!
Kugsha dog, also known as Amerindian Malamute or American Husky, is a very intelligent dog breed that is very similar to a wolf in appearance. Despite being a fast learner, it is still not a dog for everyone. Read on and discover the most important traits of this wolf-like breed.
Canis Panther, or Panther dog, is a cross of four most protective dog breeds out there: Doberman Pinscher, American Staffordshire, Labrador Retriever and Great Dane. This easily trainable dog is the ultimate guard dog that will never let his owner down. However, despite his fearsome looks a Canis Panther has a soft side that makes him a very popular choice among new dog owners.