DogWatch Office Dogs: Puppy Day Flashback!

Today, March 23rd, is National Puppy Day! We’re celebrating with this flashback to our DogWatch HQ office dogs when they were fluffy, funny and feisty puppies. They’ll always be puppies in our eyes!

Happy National Puppy Day everyone! And to see more DogWatch videos, check us out on YouTube.

Top Dog Breeds in the US in 2017, including the Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever and French Bulldog

The Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds in America in 2016

Today, the American Kennel Club announced the results of their annual survey of the most popular dog breeds in America, and once again, the Labrador Retriever took the top spot. For 26 years in a row, the Lab has been #1 on the list, which is determined by the AKC based on the number of registrations received. In fact, 2016’s top 6 breeds are the same as last year’s list. 

Rather than just tell you the rest of the breeds, we thought we’d show you. Here are 2016’s top 10 most popular dog breeds, starring 35 gorgeous DogWatch Dogs from across the country (and one Canadian dog, too)!

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DogWatch Dogs of Canada

The Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds in Canada in 2016

Earlier this week, the Canadian Kennel Club released their annual survey of the most popular dog breeds in Canada in 2016. Canadian DogWatch customers, did your dog’s breed make this year’s list?
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Cone Puppy by Geoff Stearns via Flickr

February 28th is World Spay Day

Those of us that grew up watching The Price Is Right remember host Bob Barker telling us at the end of every episode to “help control the pet population; have your pets spayed or neutered.” This month, the Humane Society of the United States is asking us to do the same thing: February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, and Tuesday, February 28th is World Spay Day.

Spaying and neutering our pets is important for two primary reasons: 1) it helps control the pet population, keeping unexpected and unwanted pets off the streets and out of shelters where they are unfortunately frequently put down, and 2) it provides a host of health and behavioral benefits. Read More