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!
November 23, 2022
5 Things You Didn’t Know About The National Dog Show
Every Thanksgiving, dog lovers look forward to more than just a delicious meal with their family. Thanksgiving Day is also when The National Dog Show airs on NBC! Before watching this year’s collection of remarkable dogs compete on the big stage, check out these five facts you may not know about this Thanksgiving tradition. Read post »
August 23, 2022
Back To School: How To Help Your Pet Beat The Blues This Fall
Summer is winding down, the mornings are getting a little cooler, and September is right around the corner. The back-to-school season is an exciting time full of new teachers, new friends, and new possibilities. It also means changes for your four-legged family members.
Changes to your pet’s daily schedule can cause abnormal behavior, new habits, and even depression. Getting your kids ready for school may already be a handful, but don’t forget to prepare your canine and feline family members as well!
Here are FIVE ways to help your pets transition into the fall season.
July 29, 2022
5 Dog Breeds Who Hate Summer And How You Can Keep Them Cool
Does your dog hate the heat? As the sweltering and hazy dog days of summer arrive, dogs who are sensitive to humidity and heat may grow lethargic and are often more than happy to sit in an air-conditioned home all day.
What may seem like a natural response to heat can be a serious problem for some breeds. Here are FIVE breeds of dogs who do NOT thrive in the hot weather and what you can do to keep them cool.