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25 Top Pit Bull Boy Names.

“Don’t bully my breed.” -Pit Bull Owners Photo by: @abe.pit 1. Abraham – This is a very biblical name meaning “father of many nations.” If you are very spiritual this might be the name for you! origin: Hebrew 2. Sebastian – A very popular name, but also a very masculine one. There are many different bullys out there that would take to this name very well! origin: Latin 3. Enzo – Literally meaning “winner.” It would suit a competitive pit bull who loves playing! origin: Italian 4. Kanan – Meaning “forest”, I would consider this name for any pitty that loves the fresh outdoors. If hiking is something you do with your pal, Kanan looks like a great option! origin: Indian Photo by: @kanan_the_pit 5. Russel – Perfect for a red nosed pit bull. Russel means “red-haired.” origin: French 6. Levi – Do you have a pup with horrible separation anxiety. Or just follows you around E V E R Y W H E R E. Levi will work for you! Meaning “attached” this will be perfect for your pit. origin: Hebrew 7. Tiger – For the brindle colored baby in your life. This is a fierce name and will live up to your expectations. origin: English 8. Bowie – Meaning “yellow or fair-haired.” A light colored pit bull is the best for this name. origin: Scottish Photo by: @bowie_the_one_eyed_pittie 9. Spurgeon – This name is very unique and will […]

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25 Top Pit Bull Girl Names.

“The only thing inherently dangerous about Pit Bulls is an uneducated opinion.” -Anonymous Photo by: @aspen_fay 1.Aspen – Inspired by nature. This girly name is ideal for any pit bull in your life. origin: English 2. Baby – This is a very endearing name for your special girl. Whether she’s a small puppy or strong adult, this will fit perfectly! origin: American 3. Tammy – This name is usually a nickname for other names such as Tamara or Tamar. It is super unique and very cute! origin: Hebrew 4. Tilly – meaning mighty, Any muscular active girl would make a great Tilly! origin: German Photo by: @tilly_the_pittyy 5. Daphne – Meaning bay tree, this will suit your adventurous girl. She loves to be outside and can spend hours playing in the yard. origin: Greek 6. Greta – This lovely name means “pearl.” Any cute girl would fit to this nicely! origin: German Photo by: @baby.girl.greta 7. Farrah – This royal name means beauty. An exceptional name for your gorgeous pitty. origin: Persian 8. Artemis – the Greek goddess of the moon and hunting. This can be used for your pit bull who loves using their senses to find things. Whether it be toys, treats, or small prey. origin: Greek Photo by: @artemis_the_bully 9. Canella – meaning canal, this will fit your favorite swimmer perfectly! Any pit bull who loves the ocean or fresh water should be named Canella. origin: Italian […]

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Vizsla: An Underrated Breed.

“The Velcro Dog.” Photo by: @birdietheredvizsla Photo by: @laszlo.the.vizsla 1. Energetic These pups are a part of the sporting dog club and are considered working dogs. Their high activity level makes them perfect for an agile person. They are very interested in the outdoors and love to explore. One of their favorite activities is running. They are known to be speedy sprinters! 2. Prone to Separation Anxiety Vizslas adore their families and have a hard time being alone. They are more sensitive to this than other breeds. The key to preventing separation anxiety is nipping it in the bud early. It is advised that you start working with your pup on this within the first couple months of life. In addition, letting your Vizsla burn off some pent up energy can prevent them from becoming destructive in the home. Photo by: @birdietheredvizsla 3. Low Maintenance Coat Their short hair makes it easy to quickly wash and dry them. They have a reputation of being one of the only self cleaning dogs. They very rarely need a bath and can be cleaned from dirt and mud with a wet towel. Also, their short coat makes for less shedding. Although they still do shed, it is manageable. They do not require expensive grooming visits or daily brushing. 4. Uncommon Breed Compared to other breeds like the Golden Retriever or German Shepherd, these pups are pretty unconventional family pets. Not because they don’t […]

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All About the Cocker Spaniel.

Photo by: @cocker_indi There are two types of spaniels: English Cocker Spaniel and American Cocker Spaniel. Both equally as cute, these dogs are a fantastic breed with many great qualities about them. These dogs are happy-go-lucky! They are known to always be excited and optimistic about everything. In recent years, they have gained the attention of many families and make the perfect all around family pet. With their cute floppy ears and magical eyes what’s not to be happy about? Photo by: @chloe_thecockerspaniel_ Their gentle nature makes them awesome as pets for kids. The laid-back Cocker Spaniel rarely shows aggression toward other animals or people. They are super chill and have no desire to assert their dominance. They are the perfect dog for a new family and make great first pets for children. Teaching responsibility without being out of control. These long coat cuties do have grooming requirements. There is always a price to pay for the beautiful things in life. These dogs require daily brushing from the start of their life. The younger you start the grooming process the easier it will get for you and your dog. It is important that you maintain their grooming as well, because it can become a problem later. If you do not have the time to take care of their grooming sending them to a professional groomer is also an option. Photo by: @chloe_thecockerspaniel_ They only need moderate exercise. If you’re not […]

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Mixed Breeds of the Month | September 2019

Photo by: @gunnerdobgsd There are several benefits from owning a mixed breed dog. They have longer life spans than pure bred dogs. Usually from a shelter, you are making room for more homeless dogs. More genetic variety. No need to worry about diseases caused by inbreeding. Less costly adoption fees. No one will have a dog like yours. Overall healthier dog. French Bulldog + Pug Photo by: @tillythefrug PIT BULL + Chihuahua + German Shepherd Photo by: @ezrathepitty Catahoula Leopard Dog + Black Mouth Cur Photo by: @bruiserthehoula Pit Bull + Bull Dog + Terrier Photo by: @dexthepitmix Labrador Retriever + Collie + Australian Shepherd Photo by: @doegees_life Belgian Malinois + Dutch Shepherd Photo by: @adamae.the.malinios.mix Labrador Retriever + Greyhound Photo by: @lili.longstocking Vizsla + Cocker Spaniel Photo by: @the.sunnie.life Cocker Spaniel + Shih Tzu Photo by: @tiloupboy Corgi + Rottweiler + Cattle Dog Photo by: @zeldog_themutt Carolina Dog + Husky Photo by: @kaiyathepapayaaa Australian Shepherd + German Shepherd + Husky Photo by: @theworldofrussell

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What I Love About Dachshunds.

Your typical wiener dog. Full of life and full of joy! These pups are a super common family pet. They even made it on the American Kennel Club’s top 10. 1.Courageous Despite their small size, these hot dogs are known to go after larger animals if they feel threatened. Some might say they don’t know their actual size. 2. Quirky Due to their unique body shape and short legs, some tasks are more difficult for them. If you’ve ever seen a Dachshund jump, you know what I’m talking about. You can’t deny though, it’s so darn C U T E! 3. Adventurous These dogs love exploring! They are the perfect companions to tag along on a camping trip or hike. Their enthusiasm to scout the outdoors is unmatched. It’s in their DNA to be hunters. These dogs were originally bred to find smaller prey and drive them away. 4. Adorable By far one of the most jaw dropping breeds! These pups can really attract a crowd. Their short stubby legs, and long torso are one of a kind features. When you see one, you know exactly what breed it is. “I love that dachshunds have a lot of personality packed into a small frame! They are incredible companion dogs that bond quickly with their humans.” @lunaminidox 5. Family Favorite An awesome family pet is an understatement! Every dachshund I’ve known has been the apple of their owner’s eye. They make […]

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25 Top German Shepherd Boy Names

“Some things just fill your heart without trying.” πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ πŸ’™ Anonymous 1.Gunner – meaning bold warrior, this name is perfect for a big strong dog. origin: Scandinavian 2. Luther – relating to the army, this would be suiting for a working dog or a police dog! origin: German 3. Apollo – an extremely unique name that nobody can forget. This mythological name will be great for your handsome boy. origin: Greek 4. Hulk – almost a must if you own a H U G E dog. This intimidating name will be sure to turn heads to your Hulk. origin: American 5. Mac – meaning son, this name is suiting for really any male German Shepherd! This name is also a great one to use for training. origin: Scottish 6. Bodhi – this special name is not only unique but also has a very strong meaning. Bodhi means enlightenment or awakening. You will probably only meet one Bodhi in your whole life. origin: Sanskrit 7. Axel – this is perfect for the boy you plan to breed in the future. Associated with “father of peace” this genuine name is super cute! origin: Scandinavian 8. Charlie – For the free spirit pup in your life! This will be very fitting for that spontaneous happy boy that you love. origin: English 9. Raptor – For a German Shepherd with a high prey drive. He loves […]

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