“Dog Chart” to Help You Take Care of Your “Fur Baby”
Scanning through long posts can take hours to find what you are looking for. I’ve found the best chart for each dog problems and questions people regularly have. Go ahead and print these out for guidance and sharing!
1. This dog body language translation chart to help you decode your pup’s many strange behaviors!!!
2. This chart on how much exercise your dog’s breed should get every day.
3. This incredibly insightful chart on how dogs sleep (FACT: Dogs don’t follow a binary sleeping pattern like we do!!!)
4. This adorable chart on where the world’s dog breeds are from originally!!!
5. This graphic on dog breeds and their many varying characteristics
6. Benefits of positive reinforcement training!!!!
7. This chart on how dogs age, with Tom Hanks as the reference, naturally
8. This quick lil’ dog leash etiquette lesson
9. This how-to on the Heimlich maneuver, aka how to help your dog if they’re ever choking on something
10. This potentially lifesaving info on heat stroke
11. This handy-dandy dog barking decoder
12. This infographic on the most common health issues for popular breeds
13. This fascinating chart on wolf-to-dog evolution!!!!!!
14. This VERY important guide on car safety for pupperinos!
15. This brief chart on puppy dog eyes, among other things!
16. This helpful chart on which fruits your dog can and can’t eat
17. And this guide on lots of other safe and not-so-safe foods!
18. Easy-to-digest chart on the different types of service dogs, for anyone who might be a little confused
19. How to do CPR on your dog (in case of emergencies)
20. Which over-the-counter meds should be OK to give to your pup (but be sure to double-check with your vet, just to be safe!)
21. How to *properly* clean your stinky one’s ears
22. This guide on how to train your dog with hand signals
23. Of course, I had to include a tail translation guide!!!
24. Need more info on dog behaviors? How about facial expressions and noises?!
25. This Chew-o-meter for anyone who needs help picking out a new chew for their fur baby!
26. And lastly, this sweet lesson on filling your dog’s “emotional cup”
I hope these simple guides help you build a wonderful bond with your fur baby!
Have you ever met a really funny dog? A dog that just seems to know how to make people laugh and tends to get joy from that, so it just keep doing it? Sometimes, a dog has funny mannerisms. Sometimes, a dog just has a lot of character and knows how to show that. With some funny dog breeds, it can just mean being energetic and always happy that makes people laugh but with others they can be funny or strange looking as well!
This Mexican hairless breed is not only funny looking; it’s also quite rare! These lovable pups were considered sacred by the Aztecs, Toltecs and Mayans and were thought to have healing properties. This breed is really funny, but it’s even funnier when people try to pronounce the breed’s name!
This hairless breed is very unusual. Just think of a normal terrier and you put hair-removal on them! The feel of their bodies and all that skin is weird. They need to have sunscreen when outside because of sunburn.
There is something hilarious about a dog that is the size of a moose, but acts like it is the size of a puppy. This pooch, with massive wrinkles and sags underestimates their size, and there is nothing funnier than seeing a huge dog leap into someones tiny lap!
This breed is so lovable and loves to cuddle. Of coarse they do drool a lot, so keep a towel near by!
The Bergamasco Shepherd is a sheepdog, with an usual matted coat or how some like to describe it as the dog with dreadlocks. Don’t let the fur scare you, they are a wonderful breed but just wait until you see one of these pooches run!
I’ve never personally seen these in person. They seem like the hippie dog version of a human!
You’ve probably seen some head-turning Chinese Crested in the infamous “Ugly Dog” contests held every year. Some of these dogs sport mohawks, others just like to let their hair flow. This small, hairy, weird looking dog is known for causing people to burst into uproarious fits of laughter!
With this type of dog with so much skin showing, be sure to put sunscreen when outside!
Better known as the dog who looks like a mop, the Puli is a Hungarian herder whose tight curls make it virtually waterproof. They’re fast, agile, headstrong and loyal animals but we also can’t forget they are mighty funny looking!
You could loose this dog next to a mop. They look like a mop with a nose and tongue stick out!
With their cute fuzzy beards, these toy pups could well have inspired the vision of the Grinch, while other folks insists the dog looks more like a little monkey. This dog is sweet and funny all at the same time, its no wonder we love them!
I’ve always loved seeing this breed. They have RBF (Resting B*tch Face)! It’s even funnier when owners shave them and leave their beard. They are little lumberjacks!
What happens when you have a tiny dog that has really short legs and has a cute little puff of hair on its head? You get a hilarious looking dog. Sweet, friendly, and outgoing, but that little puff of hair never fails to crack us up!
I have always laughed when seeing this breed. They look like a medium size terrier head on a little short legged body!
Dachshund otherwise known as he famous “Wiener Dog” is a long-bodied, short-legged hound with flappy ears and curved tail. The dachshund is one of America’s most popular pets and honestly how can you not laugh when you see a costume like that?
Dachshund are very funny. Most that I’ve worked with are so cute when they are trying to keep up walking with you with their short legs. They do put on weight fast so watch the scale with these guys.
Is it a sheep? Is it a dog? Maybe a Poodle? These are just a few of the questions that fans of this breeds find themselves asking as they watch their dog. The Bedlington Terrier is smart, lovable, calm, and their wooly look adds a bit of flair!
They really do look like sheep in real life. Their personality is just laid back and go with the flow.
The most unmistakable, distinguishing feature is that egg-shaped head, which is almost flat on top but gradually slopes down to the end of an awesome nose. Bull Terriers are known for their clownly personality along with their funny look!
These are definitely the clownish in the terrier group. I’ve seen a lot when working and they are the cutest with their big noses!
Go out and find yourself new funny dog breeds and furry friend today! ADOPT!!