These dogs are undeniably unforgettable.
When you see full grown Shiba Inu puppies, it's difficult not to fall instantly in love with them. They have these fox-like features that stop everyone in their tracks. They are beyond adorable, and their alert inquisitive faces are like none other. All dogs have some less than attractive qualities, and Shiba Inu puppies are no exceptions. These beauties are stubborn and hard to train. You'll need to put in a lot of time and persistence when training them. Just don't give up! We have more interesting facts about Shiba Inu puppies.
Read on to learn more:
- The name Shiba Inu translated from Japanese means "brushwood dog." "Brushwood" refers to a tree that turns red in the autumn. There is a correlation to the fiery red color of Shiba Inu puppies. The assumption is this is why they're sometimes referred to as "little brushwood dog."
- Shiba Inu puppies are the number one companion dog in Japan. Their long lifespan and high energy make them a lovable and perfect addition to the family.
- We mentioned that they're stubborn. Well, these little cuties are also overly confident and free thinkers. What does this all mean? They are hard to train, so they will be a challenge for new and inexperienced owners. They are also very strong willed and sometimes can be a little grumpy. They can also be quite possessive of his own things, like food and toys. They're prone to aggression with other dogs and food with humans. Early and consistent socialization is an absolute must with these little rascals!
- Have you ever heard of the "Shiba scream"? It's one of the unique characteristics about Shiba Inu puppies. They have an odd and high pitched scream that's incredibly loud. There's no specific reason why they "scream." It can be because they're mistreated, unhappy, provoked, or just plain old happy!
- Along with early socialization, you should always monitor your Shiba Inu puppies when they're outside. They have a keen talent for sneaking out. These little escape artists will run and explore the moment the opportunity presents itself! Always keep them on a leash, because Shibas are true runners and they enjoy the chase!
There you have it! We've given you the good and the not-so-good about Shiba Inu puppies. Are they a right fit for you? Do you have more questions? Contact us today with any that you may have!
Maltipoo puppies are a new designer dog that beautifully blends the Maltese and the Miniature Poodle.
They are gentle natured, and friendly dogs – not to mention they're downright cute! Want to learn more? We've put together some helpful and interesting facts about Maltipoo puppies.
There are two important things worth mentioning about the beautiful coats of Maltipoo puppies. Firstly, they don’t shed or produce as much dander and most dogs. Both the Maltese and Poodle share this trait, so it's only logical that this dog would be as close as they come to be a hypoallergenic dog. Secondly, the Maltipoo puppies will require consistent, regular grooming and a great deal of maintenance. The Poodle's coat is naturally curly, and the Maltese's coat is naturally wavy. Even though it's pleasing to look at and play in their hair, this combination is rather difficult to maintain without professional grooming.
This breed is surprising because you really don't know what you're going to get – besides a cute, loving ball of fun. There are some Maltipoo puppies that look mostly like a Maltese. There are some Maltipoo puppies that have really curly hair and resemble Poodles more than anything else. This all really depends on their parents. Their colors will vary as well, but their sizes will be about the same. Full grown Maltipoo puppies weigh anywhere between 5 and 15 pounds, with a lifespan of 12 years.
As we've previously mentioned, the Maltipoo puppy is a crossbreed between the Maltese and Poodle, so trying to predict and standardize their personality and temperaments can be tricky. Research has shown that, in general, they are friendly, loyal, and energetic dogs. Both the Maltese and Poodle generally display those characteristics, so responsible and reputable breeders have the opportunity to mix a delightful breed if done correctly.
We know that there are tons of dogs in America.
While there are many popular breeds, none are like the Labrador! These beauties are the ultimate family dog. They are the perfect hiking partner. They are an all-around lovable and treasured four-legged family member. Lab puppies are one of our favorite breeds for families, and they fit in well in almost any environment. Here is the list of facts we've put together for lab puppies.
Check out some interesting facts about the lovable Labrador Retriever:
- These are large breed dogs. They have an average weight of 55 to 75 pounds and a lifespan of 10 to 14 years.
- The Lab is actually from Newfoundland. This is where they were retrievers of fowl and small game for hunters. Their short, very dense, and water resistant coats helped the lab puppies wade into the cold water.
- Labradors were officially recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1917, in their sporting group. They are accepted in three colors which are yellow, chocolate and black. They have no additional markings.
- Lab puppies require brushing and de-shedding constantly to keep their undercoats looking nice, healthy, and shiny.
- Lab puppies are a very active breed. This means they will need daily exercise. Take them on lots of walks. Give them tons of playtime. Allow them to run (supervised of course) as often as possible. Do anything you can think of to keep them active and burning off all of their energy!
This is only a small amount of information about our lab puppies. However, if you need more information or have specific questions, give our dedicated pet counselors a call today. You may want to actually come into our store and play with one our lab puppies for yourself! We're warning you; you're going to fall in love!
Are you looking for beagle puppies?
If you are, then you will find this handy-dandy guide very helpful during your search and decision-making process. This will help you get to know this breed a lot better.
For starters, beagle puppies grow to be small to medium sized dogs. They have long and strong compact little bodies. They are considered a hound dog and part of the hound group of the American Kennel Club. What you probably already know about them, but we'll share anyway, is that they excel in agility courses. They are awesome! Shall we talk about their keen sense of smell? It's almost not fair that they're able to smell so many things for great distances. They are said to have noses for feet. Yep, they're that good! Here's a bit more information about beagle puppies.
- Is this your first beagle purchase? If so, don't worry! These dogs are ideal for first-time pet owners.
- You'll be happy to know that beagle puppies are easy to groom and do not require trimming or stripping. They just need a wash n' go!
- Beagles are perfect watchdogs and will bark and alert owners when there is an intruder. They are very protective of their families.
- You must be patient when teaching beagle puppies tricks because it takes time, consistency, and patience for them to learn commands.
- We mentioned earlier that they excel in agility courses. That's because beagles are very intelligent and can be trained to do all kinds of things. They are one of the most popular service dogs.
- Beagle puppies are fairly active and will need regular exercise – daily! If not, they will become a bit destructive.
- If you have children in your home, beagle puppies are perfect for them. They are extremely affectionate, and their big brown eyes win hearts over and over!
So if you're eyeing beagle puppies, make sure you check out our available puppies page! You can also come by the store to see our beagle puppies in person today!
Pomsky puppies are one of the latest designer dogs around, and they're showing no signs of stopping, despite being somewhat rare.
Finding Pomsky puppies can be challenging, but at our store, we've got them, and you're in luck! We're going to shed light on this new and mysterious breed. In the meantime, take a look at our available Pomsky puppies by clicking on our available puppies pages.
We jumped right in and neglected to explain Pomsky puppies to those who are unfamiliar with them. They are a cross breed between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky. The cross is typically done with a male Pomeranian and a female Husky to avoid any complications. This mating mix keeps the size down and much closer to that of the precious Pomeranian parent.
We won't say that they're prone to obesity like some large dog breeds, but you definitely want to keep a watchful eye on their caloric intake. Make sure that your Pomsky puppies eat high-quality food and are exercised regularly. They are pretty playful and energetic dogs, so they should be able to burn off their energy.
Pomsky puppies fall into the category of dogs who are highly intelligent. These beauties respond very well to training. However, be on the lookout for the stubborn side of the Pomeranian parent to come out inevitably! If this happens, they should be handled with a firm training hand and lots of treats! They respond well to a calm but assertive leader. Is that you?!
If you’ve just stumbled onto our page or if you're looking for Pomksy puppies, you're in the right place! Because they are rare and we have Pomskies often, we have the knowledge to answer any questions that you may have. Give us a call or pop by our store today!