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Playful Pug pups have personality for days.
To answer the special needs of aging adults, dogs need to learn some new tricks.
Why baby boomers are switching to pint-sized pups.
Which breeds appeal to Generation Y?
Why certain dogs are often found at pet shelters.
What do you like to do? There’s a dog out there that likes to do that, too!
The dog that’s right for you is out there waiting.
One of the top five dogs, this beauty has no rivals in its long list of loveable traits.
A classic cute and charming hound that’s bright and full of fun with a surprising sound.
Cute as a button but sharp as a tack, this little toy dog loves to love you.
Small in size and sturdy in structure, with a tail carried over their back and ears that drop and fold, the Havanese is a ready to please pup with immense charm and intelligence.
The Jack Russell Terrier (Jack) is one lively, independent, athletic pooch! Full of robust energy, Jacks thrive on a high level of exercise and stimulation. Without it, they can be a handful.
Considered an excellent working dog—and ranked #11 in Stanley Coren's, The Intelligence of Dogs—the Pembroke, or Welsh, Corgi is smart, alert, affectionate and eager to please its owner.
Rated the 8th most popular breed and ranked #2 in Stanley Coren's, "The Intelligence of Dogs," the Poodle is one proud, fun pooch.
Stealing hearts and charming people, the adorable Pug is even-tempered, loving and loyal, making them a perfect addition to any family.
What could be cuter than a baby butterball complete with deep, cuddly wrinkles, droopy eyes and a button nose? The Shar-Pei is a rare breed, indeed.
Looking for a fun, athletic pooch to add to your family? Look no further than the Labradoodle, whose delightful nature continues to win hearts everywhere.
A small, handsome member of the family with an endearing personality.
A toy breed that’s as playful and lovable as it is trainable. Showering this sweetie with love is natural, but be sure to introduce limits too.
Need a sporting buddy? Sleek Weimaraners have tons of energy to match you step for step.
Lively and loving, this toy breed is in denial about its tiny size; it thinks of itself as a big dog.
Energetic and smart, this herding dog is easily trained and excels at sports.
Recognized as a “big dog in a small body,” people are instinctively drawn to Shiba Inus for their alertness, activity and attentiveness.
Thick, gorgeous coats in a multitude of colors and markings, striking blue eyes and adorable facial masks make it impossible to shy away from these handsome dogs.
Originally bred for hunting, and named for the way they “spring” at game, English Springer Spaniels are happy, zippy dogs with a robust personality and a zest for life.
Always adaptable, always unique, sometimes high energy, sometimes not, you never know what you’ll get with Mixed Breeds, otherwise affectionately known as Mutts.
Known for their impressive snouts, sad eyes, velvety ears and low-riding bodies, Basset Hounds are a distinctive breed.
Short and shorthaired, this spunky pup is long on charm and devotion.
A winning personality and strong temperament make this dog a perennial favorite.
Contrary to their distinctive ferocious looks, the Bulldog is a sweet softie.
Small in size but big in personality, this charming companion dog is loyal and beloved.
An ancient dog with a reserved personality, deep attachment to family and unique looks.
Both sporty and smart, the Collie is a pretty perfect companion.
Cute and clever, the “sausage dog” has a bunch of nicknames but yearns to be called yours.
Fun-loving and friendly, the cute little “Bouledogue” has lots of nicknames.
This good-looking and spirited dog aims to please and seeks a purpose.
No. 1 for more than 25 years, this family-friendly dog remains popular for good reason.