Cocker Spaniels are one of the most popular breeds in the world. Their secret lies in their cheerful temperament and friendly nature. Read our newsletter to find out about some of Euro Puppy's Cocker Spaniel Success Stories.
Almost a thousand beautiful dogs and their proud owners got together just a few days ago in Hungary to compete for fame and glory. Among the many breeds, the American Staffordshire Terrier was represented by 42 dogs, but some rare breeds, such as the Bukovina Sheepdog or the Cimarron Uruguayo were also present.
We met many of the breeders we work with in the show. It was good to catch up with them and see their beautiful dogs do well in the competition. Here are a few photos we took.
Transylvanian Hounds competing.
"Drop and give me twenty, dog!" is an image that many people conjure up about the type of training that goes on at doggie boot camps. The rigors and possible degrading that they think their little puppy would have to endure keeps many owners far away from otherwise enrolling and correcting the behavior of their wild and unruly pooch. Training your new dog can be one of the hardest tasks an owner must face. A dog training camp offers one of the most direct solutions to such a problem. Don't let the thought of sending a beloved pet off to a camp and subject entirely to the whim of a strange trainer deter you. A proper understanding of the benefits of a dog training camp, and its inner workings, can make the decision and subsequently the process much easier for both man and pooch.
Everyone who had a dog in their childhood appreciates the positive effect dogs can have on children. A dog can be a child's best friend, one who is always up for some fun even if human friends are tired and one who is always there to provide love and affection, when humans are busy with their own business. Not to mention the responsibility children learn by taking care of a dog on a regular basis. This can help the development of their personality and insure their balanced emotional life for adulthood.
Buying a puppy can be a challenge, especially if you are a first time owner.
There are just too many factors to consider and the volume of information on the internet is overwhelming. You may spend days researching a certain issue and after reading countless articles you might find yourself more confused than you were in the first place.
It's been three weeks that we launched the new Euro Puppy website. We'd like to thank you all for expressing your positive feelings about the site and also to thank those of you, who helped us identify problems with your constructive criticism.
We have had a number of technical issues to deal with, which may have caused the site to load slower than normal. If you have experienced this, we apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. Our developers are working hard at is very moment to resolve any remaining issues.
Choose a suitable crate for your dog when he is fully grown. It may appear to be too large for your baby puppy, and will be more costly than a small crate, but your canine companion isn’t going to be that little forever. Buying a big crate will spare you further expense in the future, because youwon’t need to purchase a larger crate when your dog grows out of his smaller crate. Keep in mind as well where you plan on keeping the crate. Dog crate furniture provides an alternative to the wire and plastic crates typically purchased but serves as a piece of your furniture as well as a crate.
We are extremely happy and excited to announce the launch of our new website. For the last few months, we have been working very hard to give our website a new look and feel. As a matter of fact, we’ve gone quite a bit further than that.