If you’re thinking about getting a dog, and you have a young family with children, here are some of the best dog breeds to consider. Some dogs can act differently around children, so it’s important to know some of their tendencies before adopting or purchasing.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
These adorable dogs are small in size, which is already a great trait for kids. They are very friendly and lively and do not have aggressive tendencies. They have silky-soft fur and love to be cuddled on the couch.
Labrador Retrievers are the most common family dogs. They love kids, adults and other pets in the house. They do have high energy levels, which means they need exercise and lots of playtime. This is good for children. They are also known for cuddling up after dinner time in the living room. Very lovable family pets.
Goldens are also amazing dogs to have around your children. They do require a good amount of exercise, activity, and playtime, but they know when to relax in the evening. They are lovable and constantly want to be around you.
French Bulldogs are perfect small dogs to have around your family and children. They have a playful attitude, and they are very easy going. They learn and adapt fairly quickly. Perfect for small children, they love to play and spend time with you. They can get tired out pretty easily, so it’s important not to over exhaust them, especially in the hot weather in the summer.
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It’s important to always keep your medication out of reach from your pets. Over the counter and prescription meds can be very dangerous for your pets if they get a hold of them. When using medication, make sure you always keep it up high in the bathroom cupboard, and put them away right after use…. Read more »
Having a healthy and happy dog is essential to their life. Just like humans, dogs need a good nutritious diet for them to live a long life without major health problems. If you’re starting out with your dog, we want you to get off on the right foot with feeding and nutrition. Water This is… Read more »
Getting your dog groomed professionally is important for their hygiene and health. The biggest question is how often you should do this. It can be different for every dog depending on their physical attributes. Short-Haired Dogs Short-haired dogs don’t need to be groomed too often. Occasional baths will get them clean and help them stay… Read more »
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Do you bathe your dog too often? Keep in mind that dogs naturally groom themselves. They don’t need you to give them a monthly (or weekly) bath. In fact, too many baths in a short period of time can strip away natural oils in your pet’s coat. Skin irritation is likely to occur. Hair follicles… Read more »