Dogs don't need litter boxes. They can be house-trained and most can stick to a schedule.
Dogs absolutely love to play, and it's often interactive play that they want, especially with you.
When it comes to introducing new people, pets, or items to your home or moving to a new house, cats generally need more time to adapt.
Try to control a cat and you might hear the tiny sound of kitty laughter.
Most crate-trained dogs consider their crates to be their own special places.
Dogs seem to display a sense of pride when they've done a good job.
A large dog with a loud bark may seem like the better watchdog, but small dogs are sometimes even more alert when it comes to detecting outside noises.
Today, many dogs still work on farms, and they serve even more noble purposes.
Just like humans, dogs need plenty of exercise. The great thing is that we can make them part of our own exercise routines.
There's a type of dog for just about any household.
The term "man's best friend" exists for a good reason. Dogs have been domesticated for at least 30,000 years or more.