Dog Breed Guides
The BarxBuddy Dog Breed Guide might be our favorite section in our website (other than our online pet supply shop, of course). Don’t get us wrong: It’s not that we’re partial to “pure” breeds over mixed breeds or crossbreeds. We just love looking at dog pictures. Whether you have an AKC-recognized breed or a mutt with a colorful history, you’ll learn a lot about the history of dogs by studying breeds’ histories. The guides in this section explain how pedigree influences how much a dog barks and whether the dog might be easy to train. You’ll also learn fun facts about dog breeds and what their grooming needs are. If there is one thing we’ve learned by creating this dog breed guide, it’s that no breed is better than another. It’s all about preference!
What is a GSP dog? German shorthaired pointers are great hungers and playful companions with lots of energy. More about the GSP …
Also known as the monkey terrier, monkey dog, and “the dog that looks like Ewoks” from Star Wars, these playful breeds are known for being excellent companions to adults. The affenpinscher breed originated in 17th century Germany, where they were used to hunt rats and other small pests. Today, they are loving companions for adults
Meet the Fireball of Terriers: Wire Fox Terrier Breed Wire fox terriers, “foxy” for short, and their cousins, the Scottish smooth fox terrier and the toy fox terrier, resemble each other enough that wire fox terriers are often mistaken for a Scottish terrier. As a pet parent to a wire fox terrier, you’ll learn in
Afghan Hound Dog Breed Guide As the embodiment of elegance in the dog world, the Afghan hound has an appearance unequaled by any other breed. While this ancient dog gets plenty of double-takes, spend any time with an Afghan hound, and you’ll quickly realize there’s much more to them than meets the eye. Do Afghan
Rhodesian Ridgeback Breed Info What would you say about a dog that was literally bred to hunt lions? The thought alone might make the Rhodesian ridgeback seem like an intimidating dog, but the truth is much different. This impressive breed is certainly strong and athletic, but also playful, affectionate and adventurous. They are considered a
Active, high-spirited soft coated wheaten terriers can love like no other and wow you on the competition floor. Although the SCWT shares a common ancestry and a striking resemblance to the Irish terrier, their distinguishable coat colors can help you tell them apart. Irish is the only terrier with a red coat, whereas wheaten terrier
Named after a pile of rocks used as memorials or road markers, cairn terriers are anything but boring. The most famous cairn was Toto from The Wizard of Oz. And, in case you’re wondering, Toto was a female dog named Terry in real life. Do Cairn Terriers Bark a Lot? Yep, like other fellow terriers,
English Setter Dog Breed With a mane most humans would die for, the English setter catches your eyes with its long, flowing locks and steals your heart with his unending devotion. Protective, yet friendly, this breed will fill your days with playtime and companionship. Do English Setters Bark a Lot? While English setters aren’t known
Boerboel Dogs Breed Info This mighty protector is both intelligent and calm, always keeping a watchful eye on those that it loves. Recognizable for its substantial size and weight, the Boerboel has built up a reputation as a fierce but smart breed that has a particular soft spot for children. Does this hefty breed live
Do Pomeranians bark a lot? Are Pomeranians hard to train? How much do Pomeranians need to be groomed? Answers to these questions and more.
When you look into the eyes of a Weimaraner, it’s as if he’s looking right back at you, right into your soul. It’s more than those ice-blue-gray, almost human-like eyes, though; the Weimaraner dog breed is among the most attentive and intuitive dogs, thanks to its lineage as a hunting companion. The Weimaraner dog breed