Pocket-sized dogs or miniature dogs are commonly referred to as Teacup dogs these days.
You’ve probably seen — or at least heard of — Teacup Chihuahuas, Teacup Poodles, Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Pomeranians to name just a few.
Hollywood celebrities wear them on their sleeve or carry them in their handbag — like the latest style in jewelry.
Seeing these little darlings in movies, on TV, and in our own neighborhoods has created an insatiable market for small dogs. The smaller the better.
But is a Teacup dog right for you?…
Read more: Teacup Dogs Are So Cute, But Is A Teacup Dog Right For You?
Many people are drawn to the Bichon Frise breed of dog because they are cute dogs with friendly personalities.
However, it is important to know all of the pros and cons of having a Bichon before you commit to owning one.day!
Read more: Want To Adopt A Bichon Frise Dog? Pros & Cons Of Bichon Dogs
Fostering a greyhound (rather than adopting one) can be a great solution if you’re a pet lover who wants to make a difference in a dog’s life — but you’re not sure if you’re ready to adopt a greyhound just yet.
If you know that you someday want to spend your life with a rescue greyhound dog, but you’re unable to make a 100% commitment to a pet at this time (for any number of reasons), then my advice is to consider fostering a greyhound dog — as opposed to full adoption,
The truth is whether you’re young or old, greyhounds are great companions. And a greyhound dog can be your companion on a temporary basis, just as well as on a permanent basis.
Read more: Thinking About Rescuing A Greyhound Dog? My Advice: Try Greyhound Fostering First!