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Dog breeds for first-time owners come in every shape and size

Best Dog Breeds for First-Time Owners: Finding the Perfect Match

Getting your first dog is exciting. You're bringing a furry friend into your life. But with so many canines out there, how to choose? Are you the athletic type, looking for a workout partner? Or do you prefer to settle on the couch with a book and someone to snuggle with? Have you ever undertaken training from a puppy? Do you live in an apartment or out in wider spaces? All of these questions sound overwhelming. Good thing we have some of the best dog breeds for first-time owners already set out for you!
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Dog breeds for apartments don't necessarily need to be small

Best Dog Breeds for Apartments: Pups for City-Dwelling

Plenty of people enjoy living in cities. And urban life usually means apartments - large OR small. With tight dimensions, you often find yourself wondering whether sharing a home with a canine's even possible. Luckily, it is. And if you choose one of the best dog breeds for apartments, you'll find yourself happily enjoying
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The Pug lifespan is normal but packed with major health concerns

Pug Lifespan: Everything You Can Expect and Why

The average pug lifespan is similar to other dogs their size. However, they have a higher risk of health problems. With concerns related to being a brachycephalic breed, eye problems, neurologic diseases, and possible orthopedic problems, Pugs present a real challenge for their owners.
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The Pug breed is extremely popular

Pug Breed: Everything You Need to Know About These Wrinkly Dogs

Pugs are delightful little clowns with excess personalities. They make perfect additions for anyone looking for social canines. While they do have a lot of health problems, if you're prepared, they'll charm just about anyone.
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Luke Neveille lost his Pug - and found another!

Australian Man Reunited with Lost Pug…Too Bad It Was The Wrong Dog

Losing a pet is everyone's worst nightmare. And getting a chance to reunite with your beloved dog? That's perfect. At least, until someone brings you the WRONG dog!
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