Interesting facts about sled dogs

A sled dog is a dog used in Arctic climates to pull a sled across snow and ice. The breeds most commonly associated with this work are the Siberian husky, Alaskan Malamute, Samoyed, Eskimo dog, and Laika — all large, powerful dogs with thick coats and high endurance. The original sled dogs were chosen for … Read more

Interesting facts about Toy Poodles

The Toy Poodle is the smallest version of the Poodle breed. What they lack in size, Toy Poodles make up for in beauty and grace. Like all the poodle cousins, toy poodles are extremely intelligent dogs and need a surprising amount of exercise – especially considering their size. Toy Poodles, along with Standard Poodles and … Read more

Interesting facts about Borzois

The Borzoi is a breed of hound dog developed in Russia to pursue wolves. It is also called the Russian Hunting Sighthound and known as the Russian Wolfhound until 1936. Appropriately, “Borzoi” is the masculine singular form of an archaic Russian adjective that means “fast.” A dignified dog bred as regal members of the Russian … Read more

Interesting facts about Komondors

The Komondor also known as the Hungarian sheepdog, is a large, white-coloured Hungarian breed of livestock guardian dog with a long, corded coat. White, corded hair cascading down their bodies is what makes Komondors one of the world’s most recognizable breeds. Their temperament is calm and quiet until they sense danger and spring into action, … Read more

Interesting facts about Papillons

The Papillon also called the Continental Toy Spaniel, is a breed of dog, of the spaniel type. One of the oldest of the toy spaniels, it derives its name from its characteristic butterfly-like look of the long and fringed hair on the ears. A Papillon with dropped ears is called a Phalene, which translates to … Read more