March 15, 2023
The Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds in America in 2022
Stop the presses! Today, the American Kennel Club announced that, for the first time in 31 years, there is a new top dog breed in the USA. The French Bulldog is now the most popular dog breed in the country, surpassing the Labrador Retriever to earn the top spot on their annual survey of the most popular dog breeds in America. The AKC based their list on the number of registrations received in 2022.
The Labrador Retriever moved to #2 spot, ending a remarkable 31-year run at #1. Rounding out the top five are the Golden Retriever (#3), the German Shepherd (#4) and the Poodle (#5).
Here’s the full list of 2022’s top 10 most popular dog breeds, starring some adorable DogWatch Dogs from all across the country!
March 1, 2023
7 Indoor Plants Safe For Dog and Cat Households
Picking the perfect houseplant is hard enough, but finding a plant safe for your pets can make it even harder. We’ve pulled together a list of seven beautiful, varied and popular houseplants that are non-toxic to cats and dogs. Check it out, and add some flora to your already fauna-friendly home! Read post »
January 30, 2023
The Most Popular Dog Names of 2022
Wondering which dog names were trending for 2023? We’ve dug into our data and discovered which dog names were the most popular among new DogWatch customers in the US and Canada from January to November 2022. Check out our list below! Read post »
January 12, 2023
New Year, New Dog: How To Include Your Pup In Your 2023 Resolutions
We are nearly two weeks into the new year, and it’s time to ask yourself, honestly: how are those resolutions going? Are you still staying strong, have you thrown in the towel, or do you need a little extra support to meet your goals? Look no further than your four-legged family member!
At DogWatch Hidden Fences, our team thinks that dogs make everything more fun, and that’s why we always have at least a few in the office. We’ve come up with some helpful ideas to energize your resolutions with the help of your pup.
Not only will having your canine companion by your side make resolutions a little more fun, but it can benefit them as well!