• Long Haired German Shepherd

    Long Haired German Shepherd

    The Long Haired German Shepherd is a beautiful version of the traditional short-haired German Shepherd. Although extremely similar to the classic GSD, there are some slight differences that set them apart. Their long flowing hair can be seen as a positive or a negative depending on the situation. This article will take a look at subtleties between the original short…

  • Australian Shepherd Growth Stages
    Other Shepherd Breeds

    Australian Shepherd Growth Stages – Monthly Size & Weight With Pictures

    The Australian Shepherds path to maturity will be a whirlwind of biting, chewing, cuddling, snuggling, scratching, licking, jumping, and loving cuddles. While their lifespan is longer than some larger dog breeds, they still only live around 12-15 years. On their journey from puppy to adult, there will be several key Australian Shepherd growth stages with exciting milestones for owner and…

  • Emotional Support Dogs

    Emotional Support Dogs – Everything You Need To Know

    If you need a moral endorsement but are ashamed to ask for it from family and friends, an emotional support dog is an ideal option for you. These are faithful companions who are always ready to distract you from what weighs you down, give you positive emotions, and just be there at any time of your life. We have gathered…

  • Is Gluten Bad For Dogs
    Health & Nutrition

    Is Gluten Bad for Dogs?

    Dog diets have changed drastically over the last few years. Pet parents will do anything for their pets, including finding new diets that can help promote better health. Gluten intolerance is common among humans, but it can also affect dogs. Gluten sensitivity is a reaction to a protein found in grains like wheat and rye. While it may not sound…

  • Do German Shepherds Get Along With Other Dogs

    Do German Shepherds Get Along With Other Dogs?

    German Shepherds are undoubtedly some of the most valuable companions a person can have. They’re not just renowned for their skills and abilities as working dogs, but they are also incredibly loyal and loving family dogs.  They tend to get along well with all of their owner’s family members, even children. But what about other dogs? And what about animals,…

  • When Do German Shepherds Calm Down

    When Do German Shepherds Calm Down?

    German Shepherds are naturally high-energy canines, and although each dog is an individual in its own right, it will most likely take a while for a young shepherd to calm down.  Some owners note a difference after the two-year mark, with the arrival of sexual maturity, but this would be a generalization and will not necessarily hold for all members…