The Neater Feeder Express for Medium to Large Dogs is perfect for dogs over 9 in. at shoulder and 18-100+ lb.
While we did receive entrees for guinea pigs, rabbits, lizards, cats and small dogs, medium and large-sized dogs made up the biggest group of submissions. Whether they were pit bull, boxer or Labrador retriever mixes, purebred golden retrievers, bulldogs, Siberian huskies or German shepherds (and many, many more), New Jerseyans really wanted to show off their family dogs. The submissions included service dogs, therapy dogs, "fur babies" and working dogs.
Survey the gallery to see all the dogs in the larger group (you can vote for small dogs in a separate post) and read what their owners said about them. Then cast a vote for your favorite dog in the poll below. The top two vote-getters will advance in the competition for a chance at the Top Pet title. NJ Advance Media staff will pick two other pets from the larger submission pool -- other categories include small dogs, cats and non-dog and cat pets -- to join the final.
Gallery: N.J.'s Top Pet: Dogs, medium to large
Toppl Stack - Medium & Large Dogs | West Paw Design
In this post, I talk about dog breeds that don’t shed and mention some of the dog breeds that shed the least. I’ll breakdown the breeds into three categories: small, medium, and large dogs. This will be a helpful list for those of you searching for a new pet or are just curious about the matter.You may spend more on dog food than for small dog breeds but it will be less than you would spend for a . The cost of vet care will be slightly more than it is for small dogs but it should be less than for a large dog. Medium sized dogs, in general, may live between 10-14 years, so they enjoy long lives. However, you will need to check the average lifespan for any breed you are interested in.Unfortunately, you are unlikely to come across any dogs that don’t shed at all. However, there are dogs that shed so little that their parents are shocked to find the occasional, errant hair on their sleeve or the sofa. These breeds come in all shapes and sizes, so whether you prefer a small, medium or large dog, you’re bound to find one that will fit in with your family.Most of the cons of living with a medium dog breed exist because they are a little larger than . They cost more to feed than small dogs. Their vet care is somewhat more expensive.