10 Things To Do With Your Dog Before Summer Ends
Even with summer winding down, there's still plenty of time to have fun with your dog that take advantage of the warm weather.
It’s a safe bet to call the Pug the king of the lapdogs, since he was bred to nuzzle the midriffs of royalty in ancient China (and then European nobility centuries later).
9 Of The Most Helpful, Hardest Working Dogs In 2016 For Labor Day
There are so many dogs that help us throughout the year, from service & comfort dogs to K9s and more. Here are 9 of the best, most heartwarming stories of working pups from 2016 for Labor Day!
Canine Cancer: Vaginal and Vulvar Tumors
Vaginal and vulvar tumors are the second most common canine female reproductive tumor after those of the mammary gland.
Online Dog Safety Course Saves Lives
Would you know what to do if your dog was choking? What if he was hit by a car or collapsed on a walk? What you do, or don’t do at that critical time will make a difference...
10 Best Ways To Celebrate National Dog Day
How about we twist things up a little and suggest a bunch of non-traditional ways you and your pooch can bring attention to the goals of National Dog Day.
Happy Labor Day: 8 Dogs With The Most Unique Jobs Of 2016
You've probably heard of "working like a dog." These pups take their work seriously at some of the most fun, interesting, and unique jobs we've seen in the past year!
10 Ways Dogs Are Better Than The Rest Of Your Family
Dogs may tear up the furniture, poop on the carpet, or chew on your new suede shoes. But even with all of that, they still manage to be the best members of the family.
Golden Retriever Puppies
If there is anything to prove that there is at least an ounce of purity and good in this world, it is a Golden Retriever puppy.
30 Dogs With The Best Smiles For National Dog Day
A dog's smile can brighten our whole day. So we're honoring our pups on National Dog Day with photos of some of the best doggy smiles around.
Top 5 Steps To Choosing A Good Vet
For pet owners, one of the most crucial decisions is finding the right vet; here are five things to look for in a perspective caregiver for your four-legged family member.
Dear Labby’s Advice: Smelly Dog — Or Insensitive Family?
I recently took my ten-year-old Poodle to my parents' house for Christmas. Thanks to old age, he has liver problems, stinky breath, and dermatitis. As you can imagine, Gerard smells. Horrifically.
Argentinian Street Dog Adopts German Flight Attendant
The stray went back to his life on the streets, but every time she was in town, he seemed to know. He would find her at her hotel and stay by her side as much as possible.
Back To School…For Your Dog
Fall means back to school for kids and that's a perfect time for you to spend some quality time with you pup and teach him or her some new tricks and basic commands.
Working Dogs For Labor Day
On Labor Day humans celebrate workers; not to be forgotten are the contributions made by our four-legged friends, be it guidance, therapy, or other working dogs.
Blind Hero Dog Visits Schools To Teach Kids About Acceptance
Noah, rescued from a backyard breeder, was born blind and disabled. But now he's spreading a message of acceptance to schools in an effort to stop bullying and inspire people.
High School Students Build Free Houses For Pets And Feral Animals
A high school teacher teaches his students the basics of construction by having them build pet houses, which are then donated to animal welfare organizations for free.
10 Dogs Who Should Be Elected President
With the American Presidential race getting crazier by the second, it may be time to start looking at other electable candidates, and by that we mean doggie candidates! These 10 dogs have what it takes to be the next President.
Everything Great Dane Puppies – Adorable Pics!
Everything you need to know about Great Dane puppies and more!
7 Simple Life Hacks For Your Dog [VIDEO]
Cooling dogs on a hot day, helping your dog to eat slower, how to get fur off your furniture, a really simple homemade doggie bed, and more!
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