What’s a Doodle Dog? + Photos of 6 Doodle Mixes!
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What’s a Doodle Dog? + Photos of 6 Doodle Mixes!

A Doodle is a mix of a Poodle and any other canine breed.  Labradoodles and Goldendoodles are some of the most popular Doodle dogs. Oodles and Poos, like Schnoodles, Cockapoos, and Yorkiepoos, are also common Doodle breeds.  The first Doodle was a Labradoodle that Wally Conron raised in the early 1980s while operating as a…

How Much Does a Dog Cost? (2022 Breed Dog Prices Guide)
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How Much Does a Dog Cost? (2022 Breed Dog Prices Guide)

Most of us get thrilled about getting a dog but are unaware of the costs involved. Of course, dogs are irresistible animals, and we frequently believe that keeping a dog is inexpensive. You’d better reconsider because, depending on the breed, canine expenses can go anywhere above $300. Many other factors also need to be considered…

10 Dog Breeds That Whine a Lot (Photos)
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10 Dog Breeds That Whine a Lot (Photos)

Even the most beautiful dogs can be talkative, loud, or whiny. Excessive whining can be challenging for dog owners who want some peace. Although a struggle, some dog breeds are more prone to being whiny, especially if they thrive on social interaction and prefer the company of their loving owners. The whiniest dogs are sometimes…

Top 11 Small Brown Dog Breeds (With Photos) Fluffy Athletic

Top 11 Small Brown Dog Breeds (With Photos) Fluffy Athletic

Nothing is more adorable than watching your fluffy, brown dog zooming across the lawn. However, it can be challenging for some potential dog owners to find the right dog breed for them and their families. Thankfully, there are dozens of dog breeds to browse. Although it may take time, you can find plenty of dog…

11 WORST Dog Breeds for Cats (with Photos)
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11 WORST Dog Breeds for Cats (with Photos)

Although many cartoons, comics, movies, and more often portray cats and dogs as mortal enemies, many families get along just fine with both types of animals under one roof.  However, that’s not always the case.  Every dog is different with its own temperament and varying tolerance levels for people, other dogs, and, of course, cats….