Laguna Niguel, CA - Although small dogs are very popular with a lot of people, large dogs have just as many fans. Here are just a few of the reasons why big dogs are so popular:
Large dogs tend to keep their cool. They tend to be more patient than small dogs, simply because they seem to feel secure about their own place in the world and have absolutely nothing to prove.
Big dogs tend to be the proverbial gentle giants. Unlike small dogs, who tend not to like roughhousing with kids as they can get easily injured, big dogs are ready for rough and tumble play.
Big dogs don’t require as much exercise as many people might expect. In fact, too much exercise for a big breed puppy can damage their still growing joints and bones. For adult big dogs, a long walk daily will usually suffice.
Big dogs are easier to train, probably because owners have little choice. Small dog owners tend to let little dogs get away with things large dog owners would never allow a bigger dog to do. If a little Maltese jumps up on a houseguest as they are arriving, it’s really no big deal. But if a Great Dane does the same thing, that’s a different thing altogether and could result in an injury.
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Also recently published was Breed Spotlight - Great Dane.
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