From Border Terriers to the unwritten rules of walking your dog, here are the highlights of a year's worth of dog tales.
Ranking the cuteness of dogs? You might as well rank the beauty of flowers,’ we wrote of the science behind this list. But it’s hard to deny that it’s a fascinating look at what we love about dogs.
There are some things that nobody will tell you before you get a dog. Until now, that is.
Ben Randall showed our own Paula Lester some of his wonderful dog training tips in October — and if you enjoyed this piece, the good news is that Ben will start writing for Country Life in 2022.
West Highland Terriers: The dogs that are clever, funny and inquisitive, with an irresistibly smiley demeanour and a skip in their step
Few dogs have as much character as Westies — as the sometimes hair-raising tales in this piece show.
Some call the golden retriever the ‘dumb blonde’ of the dog world, but those who know them know differently.
You might already know what sort of dog you’d like — if not, this is the place to start.
No less an authority than tennis legend Andy Murray provided the headline for this article — how’s that for celebrity endorsement of a dog breed?
Hide your food. Hide your shoes. Hide your magazines. Hide everything.
The dog that’ll keep going all day, in all weather. The big question is whether you can keep up.
It’s no accident that your heart melts when dogs gaze into your eyes, as Martin Fone explains.
An all-action working dog that's never happier than when lazing on the sofa? That's the labrador for you. We take
The original working trials may have stemmed from banter over whose border collie was better, but, as members of the
Do pooches really take on the characteristics of their so-called owners? Rupert Uloth spoke to some of Britain’s most popular
In the past 30 years, this well-mannered crossbreed has stolen our hearts, yet the man responsible has likened it to