Top 10 Most Bizarre Dog World Records

06.06.2020. 20:42:02

Dogs are a man’s best friend and have been for thousands of years. We believe that all dogs are awesome and every single one of them is unique and deserves our unconditional love. There are dogs of all different sizes and shapes and here we want to focus on the extremes and the amazing things dogs can do. Thanks to the Guinness World Record organization and their relentless work, we can bring you the best and weirdest world records held by dogs. Check out this amazing list. 1. Best dog goalkeeper A lot of dogs like to play fetch and tennis balls can be some of their favorite toys. Some are better at pla...

Shedding Season Must Haves (2020 Update)

23.05.2020. 19:36:23

One of the most problematic things about living with our four-legged best friend is the shedding problem. Dogs’ ability to make a mess is immense and it is a good idea to know how to deal with the aftermath of the problem. There are some dog breeds that don’t shed so much or even have no hair. But most dog breeds shed quite heavily. Dogs that need most grooming and have the biggest shedding problem are the double-coated breeds such as the Golden Retriever, Newfoundland, Border Collie, or Huskies. They usually have a longer, protective outer coat and shorter, thicker, and denser undercoat. They blow thei...

5 Best Dog Crates reviewed by 500 Dog Breeders

17.05.2020. 14:10:11

We absolutely love our dogs and we want only what is best for them. Sometimes that means that your dog should have a restrained movement and it is usually for their own safety. Some of the best ways to help your dog feel comfortable while remaining safe is a quality dog crate. Great dog crates can help your dog keep out of trouble in many situations. Imagine you have to leave your home and leave your pooch at home for a couple of hours. Dogs can become bored easily and they will have to find some way of entertaining themselves and it is usually by becoming destructive and destroying your furniture, shoe...

Coronavirus and Dogs – things every dog owner needs to know

29.03.2020. 00:27:12

As the coronavirus pandemic develops and the whole world is dealing with prevention of the infection, one question has for sure went through the head of every dog owner – can my dog get the coronavirus (COVID-19)? If not, can my dog transmit the virus? As we all know by now, the World Health Organization and World Organization for Animal Health both stated that SARS-CoV-2 (most probably) cannot infect pets. The World Dog Finder already wrote about that subject in an article published in February 2020. - Can dogs get the coronavirus? There is no evidence proving that pets are in danger of getting sick fr...

Interview with Stefan Sinko

22.03.2020. 11:47:01

The convening of the extraordinary assembly on 1 June last year was the first step towards normalizing the situation at the Cynological Association of Slovenia. In accordance with the resolutions of this Assembly, an election committee was called within the legal deadline to call new elections, and thus the Cynological Association of Slovenia elected a new president on May 5th, 2019. Mr. Stefan Sinko is not a new face in the field of cynology, but we also know him as its president, but his current work will certainly be much different than in his first term. It is a very critical time for the Cynologica...

Newly recognized breeds by the AKC

03.01.2020. 11:02:11

On January 1, 2020, the American Kennel Club recognized two new breeds: Dogo Argentino and Barbet. The Dogo Argentino The Dogo Argentino is a big and powerful breed that is already recognized by the FCI. This breed will be in the working group. The Dogo Argentino has a strong instinct to protect his home and his family. Despite being an excellent watchdog and fearless hunter the Dogo Argentino is a friendly and cheerful breed that is an excellent companion. He enjoys spending time with his family. Read more about Dogo Argentino. The Barbet The Barbet is a relatively rare, rustic, and medium-sized dog, k...

Understanding Dog’s Body Language

04.11.2019. 22:48:06

Dogs have a way to speak to us. Dogs are great communicators. Their body language is strong. A certain look, posture or movement tells us what they want, need or about to do. You just need to know how to read their signs. So here are some guidelines to read and understand your dog’s body language. A happy dog’s mouth is usually open and relaxed. The corners can be slightly upward so it looks like the dog is smiling. Stressed or fearful dogs tend to have their mouths closed. This can also mean that a dog is being alert and ready for action! If a dog is displaying a warning he usually wrinkles the top of...

Human Foods That Can Kill Your Dog

29.10.2019. 22:03:58

Most of the dogs know just how to make their humans give them a bite of their snack. However, every dog owner needs to know that there are some human foods that can kill a dog. Although it is hard to resist the dog’s begging, giving them these foods can be fatal. If you are just thinking should you buy a dog, it is a good idea to be prepared and know what foods dogs should not consume. Also, there are a number of factors to consider before bringing a new member into the family. It is very important that you are sure that it is the right time and that you know what buying a new dog for a home means. The...

False Pregnancy in Dogs

25.10.2019. 23:10:49

False pregnancy, or pseudopregnancy, is a term used to describe a condition where a non-pregnant female dog is showing symptoms of pregnancy. Although the cause of this condition is unknown, it is believed that false pregnancy happens because of dog’s hormonal imbalance. Every time a female dog ovulates, her progesterone levels rise and stay elevated. Hormon progesterone regulates ovulation and menstruation. After that, when the progesterone levels begin to fall, levels of hormone prolactin start to rise. Prolactin stimulates milk production. These hormonal fluctuations can make your dog’s body think th...

The Labradoodle

21.10.2019. 20:49:15

The Labradoodle is a crossbreed dog created by crossing the Labrador Retriever and Standard, Miniature, or Toy poodle. These dogs were bred to be assistance dogs for people who suffered of dog related allergies. First Labradoodle was created in Australia, in 1989, by a man named Wally Conron. He conducted first crossbreeding between a Standard Poodle and Labrador Retriever because he needed a dog that has the coat of the Puddle and the working ability of the Labrador Retriever. The result of this crossbreeding was named Sultan. Sultan was smart, sweet, and most importantly, he had the hypoallergenic coa...