Although they are hardworking and talented hunting dogs, Boykin Spaniels also make great family companions. They may be focused on their work while they are out working in the field, but when they are at home with their family, they are playful, charming and relaxed. They also tend to form strong bonds with their families.
In addition to their working dog qualities, the Boykin Spaniel has a great personality. They tend to be naturally friendly and social. This means they absolutely love attention! They also get along well with children and other dogs. After all, children and other dogs make great playmates and usually mean another friend to dish out affection and attention to.
Can having a puppy help people deal with depression, anxiety and stress?
Yes! More than any other animal, puppies, which of course grow up to be dogs, have evolved to become highly attuned to humans, especially our behavior and emotions. While dogs can understand many of the words we use, they are even better at interpreting our tone of voice, body language and gestures. And like all good human friends, a loyal dog will constantly try to gauge your emotional state to understand what you are thinking and feeling.
While most dog owners boast about the joys of having a furry sidekick, many are unaware of the physical and mental health benefits you can experience when playing with or snuggling with a pup. There are mental, emotional and social health benefits to bringing home a loving pup.
Final Thoughts Using Air Tags
Air tags could potentially revolutionize pet safety for years to come, allowing us all to have peace of mind knowing our four-legged friends are safe wherever they may roam. However, don’t rush out and get an air sign for your pet. Apple has not approved the use of aerial signals to track pets.
Nevertheless, this story shows that the air sign saved his life! Would you get an air tag for your dog? Watch the video
No. 4: Shar Pei Pitbull Mix
Both Pitbulls and Shar Pei dogs have an unfortunate history of being used as pit fighting breeds.
But does this mean they are mean, aggressive dogs?
Ausky (Husky & Australian Shepherd Mix)
Photo credit: francisofausky / Instagram
Ausky or Australian Shepherd Husky mix powerfully combines Siberian Husky and Australian Shepherd. This breed requires a lot of attention and is therefore not recommended for busy or new dog owners.