— The sweet Snorkie loves to be the center of attention. Careful, though, this cute pup can get a bit snappy.
— We have big love for little dogs. Here's the smallest of the small -- and also maybe the cutest of the cute.
— These sweet, loving dogs are very people-oriented, so include them in family life as much as possible.
— Giant dogs command respect -- and slobbery kisses. We're big fans of big dogs!
— Do you live with a fairly opinionated dog? She might be on our list! (And if not, do let us know.)
— A cross between the Affenpinscher and the Poodle, the Affenpoo is a playful, self-contained dog who's not above letting you know what's what.
— Ever wondered which dogs get top marks for smarts? See if your pup made the cut!
— Careful: Bichon-Poos are dangerously adorable, which is no surprise since its parents are the Bichon Frise and the Poodle.
— It's no surprise that a cross between the Havanese and the Maltese makes a perfect teddy-bear pooch, but it's also a super companion dog.
— Our picks for best apartment dogs might surprise you. What, a Great Dane can't live on the 20th floor?
— In a Lhasapoo, the noble pedigree of the Lhasa Apso gets doused in a bit of Miniature Poodle fun. Still, he might be a bit snooty around strangers.
— We're profiling popular mix-up pups (don't call them "designer dogs") and this week, it's all about the Morkie.
— Goldendoodles are easy-going and adorable, but watch out for the almost-too-smart Poodle traits!
— These boisterous, sweet bundles of fur are the first official hybrid breed. Silly name, sweet dog.
— So, someone somewhere thought "Man, if only this Pug had more Beagle in it," and BAM the Puggle was born.
— Ah, the Labradoodle. If you've yet to meet one, you're likely living under a rock in the middle of the Sahara.
— Hounds are so distinctive, their name is often used to describe a person who is diligently searching for something. There are art hounds, book hounds, knowledge hounds. There are also many phrases about hounds, such as "going to the hounds" and...
— No other dog has had so much media coverage in the last 15 years as the Pit Bull. It's tough not to be emotional one way or the other about these canines, especially if you've owned one or two or three, or if you or a loved one has been involved in a...
— Terriers are known for their fun-loving, vivacious personalities and also for their ability to focus intently on the jobs they are given. Their enthusiasm for catching any sort of prey, from a ball to a badger, made them very popular hundreds of...
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