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When looking to add a furry friend to the family, you usually have to decide between adopting a dog from a shelter or getting a puppy from a breeder: With more than three million dogs in animal shelters and with over 2,000 federally-licensed breeders, there are tens of thousands of dogs waiting to find their forever homes. But when it comes to ethics, people have more questions: Should you adopt

Dog Breeders vs Puppy Mills

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), an estimated 3.1 million dogs enter an animal shelter every year. Though the numbers are declining, it’s hard to think of even one dog abandoned, let alone millions left without a forever home. And the root source of these strays and rescues? Often, it’s irresponsible breeders — also known as puppy mills. Dogs from unscrupulous breeders have

Do Labs Get Along with Cats?

Popular culture has created conflicting narratives about the relationship between cats and dogs. Some movies and shows claim that these animals are mortal enemies, forever determined to be rivals. But then you see films and home videos where a dog and cat become best friends, cuddling and playing together without a care. So what’s the truth? Despite the classic trope about cats and dogs hating each other, your pets could

Are Labs Easy to Train?

Labradors are the most popular dog breed in the world, and for a good reason: They’re friendly, outgoing, and easy to train. While any breed can be a challenge to work with, many trainers consider Labradors one of the easiest breeds to train — and it’s all thanks to their loyal, eager-to-please, and highly-motivated personalities. Their specific disposition not only makes them highly trainable — it also makes them excellent

The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds—according to a recent 2021 study by the American Kennel Club, Golden Retrievers are the third most popular breed in the nation. And, there’s a reason why we’re all playing favorites: Goldens make excellent family dogs. So, what sets a Golden Retriever apart from other breeds? Well, these historic hunting dogs are loyal and kind to their humans. They respond



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