— Despite the pugnacious expression of this small dog breed, the Pug is a lover, not a fighter.
— The ancient dogs of Polynesia are now gone, will all primitive dog breeds go the same way?
— Some breeders who want short-tailed dogs are breeding them rather than docking them.
— These pictures show serenity and unfettered joy through the bright, clear eyes of puppies.
— Exuberant and extroverted, this dog breed is more than a Poodle with a rat tail.
— Merles are popular, so it seems logical to breed two merles together to get more. But here's why that's an extremely bad idea.
— Lose yourself in the wrinkles and folds of these 10 Shar-Pei puppy photos -- too cute for words.
— Of all dog breeds, the Rat Terrier is the best-known "unknown" dog around. You'll see what we mean.
— For the first time, operators were forced to record deaths, and it's worse than many had imagined.
— The breed descends from German Bullenbeisers, which held large game until hunters arrived.
— Hounds can have a hard time on courses designed for Border Collies, but this one had a chance.
— Cuba's national dog might be its favorite export -- he's certainly the most adorable one!
— Wally Conron bred the hybrid for a couple in need of a non-allergenic guide dog, but he regrets it.
— The second-longest-running U.S. sporting event has 2,845 contenders. Let's talk about who could come out on top.
— Online personality quizzes are popular again, so I made one for Dogster -- you can take it now!
— Before the dog show starts Feb. 10 at Madison Square Garden, learn what happens in the ring.
— Featuring the "Velcro Vizslas," these pictures of Vizsla puppies will stick with you!
— The breed has topped the list for more than 20 years, yet the French Bulldog shows big gains.
— France's national dog has quite a coif, but did you know she was bred as a water retriever?
— If you want a "wolfish" dog, I say choose a breed that looks like one. What do you think?
— A survey shows my Border Collie/Australian Shepherd mix might be the canine equivalent of a brain surgeon, but it doesn't feel much like it.
— It's a biological fact that there are no non-shedding dog breeds, but some shed less than others.
— Move over, Lassie, there's another Collie in town!
— These precious pictures of Pekingese puppies will make your heart melt.
— With one of the best noses of all dogs, the Hush Puppies hound hunts for love and adventure.
— For the first time in the show's 138-year history, the club makes room for All American Dogs (that's what the club calls mutts, by the way).
— Known as the "King of Toys," the Min Pin buzzes and prances and is in perpetual motion.
— More than 4,000 dogs from around the world came to Orlando to meet and compete. See photos!
— These days, hunting dogs as such are bred and trained for two primary purposes: seasonal sport hunting and to compete as show dogs.
— We present enough Basset Hound puppy pictures to make your head spin. Enjoy!
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