The typical family dog is shrinking: People now prefer more diminutive pets that fit into smaller homes and flats

Analysis of data from the Australian Kennel Club show registrations of small breeds have soared over the past 25 years, with the typical pet now 19 inches (48cm) high – down from 20 inches (50cm) in 1990. —> Read More

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