Dog Fails

Dogs are incredible pets, they are cute, loyal and easily pleased, however sometimes they just fail at being a dog.

I found a great clip of dog fails that is sure to make you laugh from failing at fetch, forgetting how to run and even getting stuck in a cat flap.

Don’t forget to comment your dogs funny fails.

Enjoy the clip.


Dog Fashion

Wondering what to wear? Your pooch may feel the same so why don’t we give them the choice that we have when it comes to fashion.

One teen did when she took her pup to prom in a matching dress certainly making sure she turned heads at her prom entrance.

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After picking her prom dress eighteen year old Brenda wanted to involve her dog Sasha in her prom so with the left over fabric from her alterations she made a  matching dress.

Brenda got her dog Sasha 2 years ago and since then the pair have been inseparable so she knew that Sasha had to come to prom with her in a beautiful matching dress, which doesn’t seem that strange as recently  dog fashion has become far more popular.

With dog jacket becoming less fit for purpose and more stylish here are a few of my favourites.

djPretty pooch in a red jacket with gold buttons and black trim.

thDesigner dog make your furry companion fashionable with a Louis Vuitton jacket.

untitled When winter rolls back around why not put some pom-poms on your pup.

From prom dresses to designer jackets its fair to say that our dogs are certainly spoiled when it comes to fashion.


Top 10 Dog Breeds

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It is impossible to know exactly how many breeds of dog are in the world as there is so many variations of breeds but there is always a dog big or small to suit you. Here is a list of the UK’s 10 most popular dog breeds.

10.  Boxer

Kind, intelligent, strong, playful and loyal the boxer makes a great family dog, they usually live over 10 years.

9. German Shepherd

Widely used within the police force they are great guard dogs but also have a loving side, they need a lot of exercise to prevent boredom which can make them destructive. Lives up to 10 years.

8. French Bulldog

Recently they have become popular with their trademark bat ears which people find amusing, they are small playful dogs that are easily pleased. Live 8- 10 years.

7. Pug

A small breed with distinct features, they have a great temperament and but if they are not trained they can be very mischievous. Live for 11 years.

6. Collie

Known for herding abilities, highly intelligent, easy to train and very energetic. They are friendly with both dogs and animals. Live 14 years.

5. Springer Spaniel

Obedient, quick learning dogs that require over 2 hours of exercise daily, they need consistent training to prevent behaviour issues occurring. They love water and live for 12 years.

4. Staffordshire Bull Terrier

They often have a stigma of being vicious however they are loving, friendly dogs who are great with children, if they are well socialised they are not aggressive and live up to 12 years.

3. Golden Retriever

Large, lovable, charming dogs who have a lot of patience and enjoy training as they are eager to please. They are often used as guide dogs and live for 10 years.

2. Labrador

Most popular service dog due to their reliable nature, they are good swimmers and are very calm dogs who crave human affection and want to feel loved. They live up to 10 years.

1. Mixed Breed (Heinz 57)

Mixed breed dogs have a variety of different temperaments depending on the breeds they are mixed with, they are very popular and often have very individual quirky personalities because of their mixed genetics. They often live longer than the average dog often over 14 years.