The Portuguese Water Dog evolved in Portugal’s Algarve region. From there, the breed spread all over the Portuguese coast. The Portuguese Water Dog is an old breed that is thought to have evolved around 700 BC in the Central Asian steppes.
Newfoundlanders, who are native to the Canadian province of Newfoundland, have a natural affinity for water. Some breed historians believe European fishermen mixed their own dogs with the Newfoundland’s ancestors,
Heatstroke in Dogs- When a dog gets too hot and is unable to cool down via panting, it develops heatstroke, which can be fatal. When your dog’s temperature hits (106°F) 41.1 degrees or above, he or she is suffering from heatstroke.
The Piebald German Shepherd is another name for the Panda German Shepherd. The name “piebald” refers to an animal’s coat having an uneven pattern made up of two colors, usually black and white
A German Shepherd Wolf Mix, also known as Wolf-Shepherd or Wolf-dog, is a hybrid between a German Shepherd and a Wolf. Leendert Saarloos created the first hybrid of a Wolf and German Shepherd in 1932,
The Mastiff dog is a huge dog breed from the United Kingdom. Probably descended from the ancient Alaunt and Pugnaces Britanniae, with a 19th-century contribution from the Alpine Mastiff dog.
The Leonberger dog is a German dog breed named after the city of Leonberg in Baden-Württemberg. Heinrich Essig, a dog breeder, and seller from Leonberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, claimed to have developed the Leonberger
Hematuria in dogs-Hematuria is a medical term for the presence of blood in the urine. Blood in the urine is a symptom that can indicate a number of serious underlying conditions.
Breathing difficulties in dogs affect all breeds and ages, and they can quickly turn fatal. If your dog is experiencing trouble breathing, you should take him to the doctor as soon as possible.