There’s been a long standing myth that dogs and cats hate each other, but as many owners of both know, that’s not always the case. When judging whether or not a dog and cat should live together, it typically involves testing out the situation to see how the two react to each other before even bringing one or both into the home. However, there are certain dog breeds that may not do well with cats in general.
The holidays are a time to enjoy spending time with family and friends, including your beloved dogs. The last thing you want to have to do is be heartbroken because you have to rush your pet to the vet after a disaster that could have been prevented. Before the next holiday rolls around, keep these five tips in mind for having a dog-friendly holiday.
The bullmastiff is a large-breed dog of British descent that was bred for hunting and guarding purposes. Because of their size, there are many myths surrounding these dogs regarding their ferocity and status as a family pet. The reality regarding 13 myths about bullmastiffs, however, is both surprising and informative for anyone who is considering adding one to the family.