Occasionally you see dogs on television or in the movies. True, sometimes it’s part of the programming of DOGTV, television for dogs, but sometimes they are there to entertain people, and not canines.
But how are dogs being portrayed in TV shows? What breed is the sweet loving pet, and which is the scary guard dog?
The next guide, written by the folks at directpackages.com, will dispel common dog breed stereotypes in TV shows and movies.
Turn on your TV and you’re sure to see something you’ve witnessed a million times before: dog stereotypes. Thanks to the media, we now know that Golden Retrievers are the epitome of loyalty, Pit bulls are the stuff of nightmares and Jack Russell terriers are great for teaching kids how to read. It might even surprise you to know just how many of our preconceived notions regarding dogs are informed solely by the TV.
Are these TV stereotypes always accurate? Of course not! In fact, the truth behind some of these breeds might surprise you.
It pays to know the truth behind a breed, whether you’re looking to adopt a dog or just broaden your understanding of man’s best friend. Hollywood can only tell us so much. That’s why we’ve created this informative guide to help would-be owners distinguish between fact and fiction.
To read the full guide and discover additional breeds, click here
Have a great week!!