Tiffany Beveridge

Tiffany Beveridge

Writer, author, teacher, traveler, amateur kitchen wizard, wife, and mom to two sons, one imaginary daughter, and one neurotic but lovable Dachshund.

9 Things Only Boston Terrier Parents Understand

9 Things Only Boston Terrier Parents Understand

Known as the “American Gentleman,” the Boston Terrier is a unique breed known for its intelligence, affection, and 'USA! USA!' kind of attitude. Those from the actual city might call them “wicked awesome,” which is technically accurate, but those who know them best would describe them more like this:

1. They are lovers, not fighters

Originally bred to be

10 Things Only Poodle Parents Understand

10 Things Only Poodle Parents Understand


You may think you know the poodle—the only dog with as many consistent good hair days as Beyoncé—but there is more to this regal breed than their natural good posture and panache. Those who know poodles best can tell you that their beauty is more than skin deep. Just a few of the things that make these pups

10 Things Only Maltese Parents Understand

10 Things Only Maltese Parents Understand

Gentle, playful and sweet-tempered by nature, this toy-sized breed is popular for a reason: they are easy to adore. From their ridiculously soft coats to their velvety kisses (don't pretend you've never accepted one on the mouth) a Maltese carries a lot of love-at-first-sight potential. Those who know them best are intimately familiar with these characteristics:

They love a good

10 Things Only Corgi Parents Understand

10 Things Only Corgi Parents Understand


Sure, you’re used to seeing this stout breed at the heels of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, but the Corgi is hardly a haughty aristocrat. This big dog in a small body is really a fan of the simple things in life: fun and family. (They wouldn’t lift a pinky finger even if they could!) Those who adore

10 Things Only Pomeranian Parents Understand

10 Things Only Pomeranian Parents Understand


The tiny, fluffy, yippy Pomeranian sometimes seems like a caricature of a pup—you half-expect to turn one over and find an on/off switch and battery portal. But this dainty little dog (made famous by Queen Victoria) is anything but delicate and demure: there’s an overabundance of personality and smarts in the fox-faced little furball. Anyone who loves