Archive for May, 2018
Large and In Charge
Whether they’re muscular and stocky, or long haired and large, we’ve got them covered. Take a look at this list of large dog breeds found across the world and some located at a Petland location near you!
Bernadoodle (or Bernedoodle)
They are big. They are goofy and they are here! Considered one of the gentlest of the large dog breeds, the Bernadoodle is a mix of the Bernese Mountain Dog and Poodle. This relatively new mixed breed was bred to be the most perfect and loving companion to families with kids and active owners. They can grow to be as large as 100 pounds and live between 12 to 18 years. Talk about a long-lasting love!
Nicknamed “Nature’s Nannies,” the Newfoundland is excellent with kids and most suitable to live in large open spaces. These jolly giants are lovable fur balls who will lovingly keep watch and protect you and your family. They’ve been documented to grow as large as a whopping 200 pounds!
You can’t possibly think of large dog breeds without immediately envisioning the Great Dane, because they’re most notable for the size! They reach heights well over 30 inches tall. The famous Great Dane named Zeus held a record standing at 44 inches. He lived to be 5 years old, just shy of their typical lifespan of 6 to 8 years.
Famously associated with firehouses and popularized by Disney’s 101 Dalmatians movie, these pups have a long history going back several hundred years. They are athletic and well-built. Like many large dog breeds, they’re giant goofballs! They typically weigh between 48 to 55 pounds and live relatively long, especially for their size, ranging from 13 to 16 years!
Gosh, the Goldendoodle is one of the most popular of large dog breeds! The gentle giant weighs between 50 to 90 pounds and he will never know it. Goldendoodles are so affectionate, they seem to think they’re small lap dogs. These overly friendly pups will make your lap home if you let them, for their lifespan of 10 to 15 years.
Read These Tips Before You Do!
The decision to buy a dog is a big one and should be given as much thought as when you decide to buy a new car, have a child, or purchase a new home. Yep, it’s that serious, because the decision is impactful for all lives involved, both humans and canines. Owning a dog requires commitment and is a huge responsibility. Ask yourself and family members these important questions before you buy a dog.
Things to consider.
- Is everyone in agreement with owning a dog? Be sure that each family member has the same desire.
- Will you have the proper time and patience to commit to training and nurturing a dog or puppy?
- Before you buy a dog, you must know that they can’t be left alone for long periods of time. Will you or a family member be able to care for your new pup?
- Can you afford the expenses associated with owning a dog? These include money for food, boarding, training, grooming, and veterinary bills!
What breed will you select for you and your family?
Before you buy a dog, you need to conduct adequate research on what breeds will fit in with your family the best. Are their family members with allergies? Do you have the space, both indoors and outdoors, to accommodate him? Do you have small children in the family, if so have you considered which pets are most kid-friendly? All of these are excellent questions that you should be able to answer before you buy a dog.
Is your home pet-friendly?
Before you buy a dog and before you bring him home, it is very important for you to dog proof your home. What does this mean? Household items like cleaning products, ibuprofen, and even chewing gum can be extremely toxic to your pup. You will need to conduct a search of hazards around your house. This includes securing cabinets that are at pet level, putting away electric cords, and any dangling curtain cords. If you have any house plants on the floor, research the type and if they’re toxic to dogs. If they are, move them to higher grounds. All of these tips are important and prudent to you and family, before you make the decision to buy a dog.
Should have you have any additional questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at Petland!
The internet is vast.
Whether you’re searching for clothing, a new home, or the right canine, you can find yourself in a vortex, clicking search results page after search results page! When it comes to looking for the most suitable and adorable pets to join your home, you want to locate the best puppy finder website, sooner than later.
At Petland, our puppy finder search tool will meet your needs. You have several search capabilities which include:
- The option to search with breed specificities.
- The option to search both of our locations at Kennesaw and Mall of Georgia.
- The option to search what type of pet you want. We not only sell precious puppies, but we have cats and other small animals such as hamsters and birds.
- The option to search based on a particular breed. Our puppy finder lets you select the currently available puppies we have.
- The option to search based on gender, allowing you to choose “only female” or “only male” puppies within various breeds.
One of the other cool puppy finder features we have is our past puppies’ gallery. You’ll have the chance to take a look at some of our past puppies who have found new homes. The past puppies gallery is a sweet reminder of the growth of our Petland family. We also have a video gallery that gives you additional “behind the scenes” glimpses of our visits to breeders, specialty videos of particular breeds, and other informational clips that you’ll find helpful.
We are continuously partnering with reputable breeders to bring you the best pets possible. If you see a puppy that you’re particularly drawn towards, you can contact us right away for more information. Our puppy finder site also gives you $100 off, if you schedule a visit to our store! Our staff are anxiously awaiting or come to one of our locations and check out the puppies in real life.
No Lint Brush Zone
Going for a night on the town or simply leaving out for work doesn’t have to involve giving your clothes a once or twice over with a lint brush if you own a dog! Take a look at this list of no shed puppies that fit well with your wardrobe!
This is no secret. It’s well known that Poodles, and pretty much any hybrid mix of them, are no shed puppies! Intelligent, lively, and lovable – there’s no wonder they are such household treasures. They are favorites in homes of animal lovers with allergies, as they’re hypoallergenic and happy little campers.
Mini Schnauzer puppies have a thick, wiry, double coat, which came in handy while they dug into the ground, as it naturally kept off debris. As an added benefit, they do not shed much, so they are pretty much perfect for potential dog owners who have allergies.
The Bichon Frise has a beautiful coat, but what makes it even more spectacular is that they are hypoallergenic. Their coats shed very little and is rather comparable to that of a Poodle. The longer their hair grows, the cuter and curlier it gets. Visit the groomer every 6 – 8 weeks to keep your Bichon looking radiant!
Wheaten Terriers are no shed puppies that are extremely gentle. They get along swimmingly with children, cats, dogs, and strangers very well. The most notable commonality to other Terriers is their stubbornness, so you’ll need to take some time to train them.
Sporting a thick coat of hair instead of fur, these little dogs don’t shed. On the contrary, they require occasional haircuts to keep their coats in check. They are hypoallergenic, making them great for persons with allergies.
Bred to be your best friend, they fit the bill! These no shed puppies are lap dogs and love to be right by your side. They are simply gorgeous, but sturdy little dogs. Their silky but fluffy soft hair won’t decorate your clothing at all!
West Highland Terrier
Westie no shed puppies are highly intelligent and quick learners, with one of the most famous doggie faces. They have graced the covers of dog brand foods for ages and warmed the hearts of hundreds. Their long white fur won’t tarnish your short black dress!
Purse pups, lapdogs, and arm clutches are just a few monikers for small dog breeds.
Here at Petland, our stores are plentiful of these precious pups. Below are 5 of the most adorable small dog breeds you can purchase and find at our location.
Full of personality, Papillons are popular small dog breeds. Known for their butterfly style ears, they pack a punch of 4 to 9 pounds. They are descendants from toy spaniels and frequently portrayed in paintings by the Old Masters, dating back to the 16th century. They’re very active and champion competitors in agility and obedience.
The Puggle originated in the United States in the 1980’s. They are small dog breeds mixed of a Pug and Beagle. They can weigh between 10 and 30 pounds. They’re friendly, playful, and very energetic. They love to eat, so to keep them in shape exercise them daily. Doing this, they’ll live a healthy and long lifespan of 10 to 15 years.
They are the definition of small dog breeds! A full-grown Yorkie weighs between 4 and 7 pounds. They are highly energetic, brave, and loyal. Despite their pint sizes, they make excellent guard dogs, because they’re little yaps will alert you to…well everything!
The Maltese is one of the tiniest of small dog breeds that we have in our store ranging from 6 -9 pounds. The Maltese’s white mane is one of their main attractions! They have a lifespan of 15 years; however, some have lived for 18. They are notoriously fearless and affectionate!
There’s no surprise that we’d highlight these small dog breeds. This puffy pooch has an average weight of 7 – 10 pounds. As you might have guessed, they have larger than life personalities! They’re the boss, but they’re also loving companions!