Texas Heeler - Ultimate Farm Dog

The Texas Heeler is a designer breed originally bred and mostly found in the great state of Texas. Like most designer breeds, these dogs are a crossbreed. They were created by crossing the Australian Cattle Dog and the Australian Shepherd. The goal with the Texas Heeler was to create a brilliant, hard-working farm dog capable of completing complicated tasks and jobs independently. Whenever a crossbreed is created, the aim is to get both parent breeds’ best qualities, and unfortunately, that is not always the case. Let’s see what kind of dog is the Texas Heeler and what we can expect from a hybrid like t...

Teacup Poodle: Should You Get This Micro Dog?

The popularity of the teacup Poodles is on the rise, and we can certainly understand the appeal such tiny dogs have. Other than being adorable, they can literally fit in your pocket. They are really cheap to maintain, and they shouldn’t make you spend too much money on dog food. But is that the actual situation when it comes to teacup dogs? Are they really cheaper and easier to maintain? We will help you get to the bottom of the teacup Poodle dilemma, and we will certainly try to help you make an informed decision about these dogs. Let’s see what we can find out about these cute tiny dogs. Difference be...

Most Famous Japanese Dog Breeds

Japan is easily one of the coolest countries in the world. It is a place where modern, high-tech life meets the traditional, zen state of mind. After all, it is where samurai come from. Not only does Japan have a rich history, but it is also home to some of the coolest and very popular dog breeds. These are the most famous Japanese dog breeds, from the smallest companions to the large, mastiff-type, fighting dogs. 7. Shikoku Photo by: Pia Cuijpers The Shikoku is a Japanese dog breed resembling Akita and Shiba. The main difference is their size. They are somewhere in between the other two breeds. Shikoku...

Bernese Mountain Dog: Different Perspective

The Bernese Mountain Dog is a popular family dog worldwide, but before you decide to get one, it would be wise to learn as much as you can about them. You don’t want to get buyer’s remorse and find yourself in a situation where you cannot take care of your new dog. That is why we decided to offer somewhat a different perspective on these dogs. We decided to talk to owners and breeders from across the globe to get the best possible information about the Bernese Mountain Dogs. Getting first-hand information will help you decide whether or not this is the ideal breed for you. Here is what we found out. Wha...

Top 10: Lazy Dog Breeds

When thinking about dogs, most of us imagine a dog running and playing fetch with their owners. That might be fun, but some breeds are naturally lazy. Lazy dogs prefer having a nap rather than taking a lap. If you are an active owner who wants to get a companion that could accompany you on your many adventures, then picking one of these breeds would be a bad idea. Check out these awesome nap professionals. 10. Newfoundland Newfoundlands are known for their gentle behavior, and they even have the nickname “nanny dogs.” During Victorian England, these dogs were often looking after the kids. These days, t...

What Are Teacup Dogs?

The idea of having a teacup dog is certainly very appealing. The first “boom” teacup dogs had was after their introduction in the reality show “The Simple Life” that showed Paris Hilton’s life. She had a teacup Chihuahua called Tinkerbell. After that, the popularity of these tiny dogs skyrocketed. Small dogs have always played the role of the human companion. There are many different small breeds you can explore. Those dogs are small but are not “teacup small.” Before getting into teacup dog breeds, check this list of 60 small dog breeds. Getting such a tiny dog has it’s perks, but it also comes with se...

Golden Shepherd: Cute Crossbreed

The Golden Shepherd is a young designer breed that captures people’s imagination with its dashing good looks. These dogs are adorable, and they are a result of crossbreeding the German Shepherd and the Golden Retriever. If you are thinking about getting a mixed breed, there are a few things you should know about them. The most important thing to know is that no two dogs are alike. When it comes to mixing breeds, you can never be sure what the result will be. There are far too many possible gene combinations that could come into play to be absolutely sure about the new Golden Shepherd puppy. Based on exi...

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog From A Different Perspective

How cool would it be to own a pet wolf? Pretty cool, right? Probably quite dangerous, though, so the next best thing might be a Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, a dog that looks like the wolf but has the character of a dog. Learning about them before getting one is a good idea. You probably don’t want to pick a dog based only on their looks because you might end up with a dog that looks cool but is impossible to handle. Here at World Dog Finder, we are huge suckers for dogs that look like wolves, and the first chance we get, we will get one of them. The first time we saw one of these dogs in a dog show, we were...

Pomeranian From a Different Perspective

Pomeranians are one of the most popular companion dogs in the world, and there is a good reason for it. The social media star Boo certainly played a big part in making Poms popular, but these dogs did very well even before that. Before you get any dog breed, you should hear what other owners say. Poms are often thought of as a fashion accessory. The truth is far from it, and they are living beings with various needs. We wanted to show you what Pomeranians are really like and let you in on what other owners told us. What Kind of Pet is the Pomeranian? There is a pretty good reason Poms are so popular. No...

Dapple Dachshund: Rare Color Or a Flaw

There is no denying that the dapple Dachshund is a striking dog, and their popularity confirms that. They have a beautiful pattern that makes their coat unique and attractive, but there is a lot more behind the dapple Dachshund than what meets the eye. Let’s explore the hidden parts of the “rare” sausage dog color. What is a dapple Dachshund?  A dapple Dachshund is a part of the Dachshund breed; the only difference is that it is a dog with a specific spotted pattern on its coat. This pattern is not unique to them. It can be found in other breeds like the Scottish Collie or the Australian Shepherd. The d...