Dogs come in all shapes, sizes and temperaments. We cover the questions that will help you choose the right dog for your family and lifestyle.
If you are thinking of a dog and you are looking for breeds that won’t leave your house hairy, we have compiled all the information you need.
Despite its name, the Australian Shepherd actually originated in the US, being bred as a ranch dog in the 1800’s.
The Alaskan Malamute is well-known for its use in sledding, its dense coat and has an independent, gentle personality.
The eternally happy, lovable, high energy Labrador is the ideal family friendly pet and is very easy to train. Explore our complete breed guide.
This affectionate and loyal companion can be stubborn, but incredibly lovable.
The German Shepherd or Alsatian is best known for its role as a service dog and is a highly intelligent and loyal companion.
This popular gentle giant will eat you out of house and home but repay you with endless loyalty and love.
This fun-loving, high energy scent hound is a great family pet and always eager to train and play.
Border Collies are best known for their intelligence and working roles as sheep herding dogs.
This Alpine breed from Germany is a working dog that require lots of exercise and activity, like the Border Collie of Australian farm dogs.
This bright white powder-puff has a fun-loving, happy nature and loves to socialise.
The giant Wolfhound has a gentle temperament and a somewhat reserved nature
The Rottweiler has a dubious reputation for being an excellent guard dog. Anyone who has lived with this gentle giant knows their protective nature is combined with a calm, gentle and obedient temperament.
Known as the ultimate gentleman for its dapper good looks and gentle nature the Boston Terrier makes a great apartment pet and loves kids.