Features January 2013 Issue

Going Big

Big dogs have big needs (for food, large beds, room in your car and home, etc.) but a lot of exercise is not usually one of their requirements. Most of the giant breeds are calmer and more sedentary than their smaller brethren.

Going Big

It’s incumbent on owners to make sure their large and giant breed dogs are especially well-trained, well-behaved, and well-socialized.

It’s incumbent on owners to make sure their large and giant breed dogs are especially well-trained, well-behaved, and well-socialized.

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