spotlight The 15 most active dog breeds American Kennel Club Oct 2, 2021 Oct 2, 2021 Updated 14 hrs ago 0 Take a look at some adorable photos of the 15 most active dog breeds, according to the American Kennel Club. Pembroke Welsh corgi Photo by muhannad alatawi from Pexels Shetland sheepdog AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster Russell terrier AP Photo/Mary Altaffer Beagle AP Photo/Frank Franklin II Siberian husky Andrew Milligan/PA via AP Golden retriever AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) Labrador retriever AP Photo/Seth Wenig Border collie AP Photo/Chuck Burton Australian shepherd AP Photo/Michael Probst Dalmatian Photo by Kasuma from Pexels Irish setter AP Photo/Virginia Mayo German shepherd AP Photo/Michael Conroy English springer spaniel AP Photo/Mary Altaffer Miniature pinscher AP Photo/Frank Franklin II Poodle Photo by Skyler Ewing from Pexels 0 comments Tags Dcc Wire Whiskers101 Pets Pets-animals Dog Tns Dccjb Related to this collection Pets How to raise a puppy Oct 10, 2021 Raising a puppy is a challenge for both new and experienced dog owners. Here are six tips for puppy rearing from the American Kennel Club. +3 Pets A more comfortable goodbye? Pet euthanasia at home up in pandemic Oct 14, 2021 Services offering home euthanasia for pets have been busier than ever since the pandemic led to limits on humans at vet practices and animal hospitals. Pets How old should kids be before family adopts a pet? Here's what to know Oct 17, 2021 When adopting a dog or cat, the age of your children is one factor to consider. Here's what to know in deciding when to add a pet to your family. +5 Pets New research suggests cat and dog 'moms' and 'dads' really are parenting their pets Oct 30, 2021 Human beings evolved to nurture, and that drive can extend to children who aren’t your own and even to members of other species.