There’s nothing like watching your dog invested as much as you are when you’re watching a good movie or show together. So let’s enjoy these videos of seven dogs watching and reacting to movies and TV shows.
From guarding livestock to herding other farm animals, dogs have played an integral role helping farmers maintain order and protecting livestock from predators. But not all dog breeds were meant for the rigors of the rural life. Here are the six best farm dog breeds that enjoy life in the country.
Kids of all ages can enjoy these stories of adventure, love, and laughs. Often times, these terrific animated dog movies stay with us far longer than most live action movies. Here are the seven best animated dog movies we think you and your family–including your pup–will enjoy!
If you’re a pet parent, you know you may not be the only one who enjoys time soaking up some sunshine in the water. In fact, we’ve found some cute canines who love floating around in the water and relaxing. Watch the videos!
While we’re at work, we usually leave our pups all alone at home waiting for us to return. But are they whining because they’re lonely, or are they chewing things in the house they’re not supposed to because they’re bored? Here’s how to keep them busy.
If there is one thing that most dogs universally dislike, it might be a nice bath. Okay, maybe not all dogs hate it, but a good majority of them would be perfectly content not to have one ever again. Here are seven funny dogs who would prefer to just stay stinky.
Ever see a dog fly or catch some waves? What about skateboard or base jumping? For pet parents who like to do extreme sports, some are also fortunate to find best friends in their dogs who share the same passion for life, like the pups in these videos!
It’s always great to see celebrities hanging out with their pets, but it’s very interesting when they bring their beloved pooches to work with them. Here are eight celebrities who brought their dogs to interviews with them.
With the warmer weather upon us, it is a good time to think about how you’ll make the most of the coming summer months when you can enjoy the outdoors. While you’re at it, why not get your dog involved in the fun?
There are plenty of fun activities to do with your new human companion that your dog buddy can enjoy, too. And if it doesn’t work out with the new human in your life, you can still try these out with just your dog as your date, instead.
It’s getting warm outside, and if you live in a big city, that means street festivals are starting to pop up. Of course, dogs are a pretty common sight at most of these gatherings, but not every dog is suited to the hustle and bustle.
Now that spring is here and April is bringing its showers, your pup could probably use some fun indoor activities to fight the boredom. Fortunately, there a few things you can do inside on a rainy day that may keep your dog mentally and physically in shape!
Dogs are there for us without question, and their companionship and love mean everything. That’s why when they need us, we do whatever it takes to help them. Here are seven times humans have gone above and beyond to rescue dogs from danger.
When it comes time to go home and leave the park, our dogs might whine a little. But there are some pooches who really really do not want to leave the dog park, and they make sure everyone, including their pet parents, know about it.
Whenever we think about taking our pooches to the dog park, we have to keep in mind it’s not just an open space where our dogs can run amok. Here’s 7 things you shouldn’t do at a dog park.
Earth Hour for 2019 will commence on March 30th from 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM in each time zone. Sitting in the dark for an hour might not sound like a lot of fun at first, but it can be–especially with your awesome pooch to keep you company!
When we think of adopting a dog, we often get caught up in the joys they’ll bring, but that can distract us from the fact that it takes some financial preparation and consideration before we go out looking for a pet to call our own.
There’s nothing like a sad dog movie that will make you sob uncontrollably. Here are 8 really sad–but really great–dog movies that will make even the toughest, most emotionless dog lovers shed a tear.
When we think of a dog show event, we expect to see the best in agility and obedience. But sometimes, there are a few dogs in the bunch who don’t really care about any of that. In fact, all they really wanna do is have some fun.
Researchers explored the benefits of therapy dogs on children with ADHD. Specifically, they wanted to test the symptoms of ADHD through interactions with therapy dogs. Here’s what their research found.
Having a dog can be a great motivator to get up off the couch and go for a walk. But even exercise as moderate as walking your dog can present dangers like fractured bones and unwelcome visits to the emergency room, particularly for seniors.