One of our DogTime fans has questions for Dear Labby about a dog’s gurgling tummy! Is it a cause for concern? Should they go to the vet? Treat it at home? Our dear Aunt Labby has some advice!
One of our readers agreed to a doggy play date but doesn’t know what to expect. Is she supposed to come up with games for them to play? Should she make doggy snacks? Should she have drinks ready to entertain a fellow dog mom? Dear Labby has advice!
Our reader’s dog won’t eat unless she’s right next to him during meal time. Dear Labby explains why and tells her what she can do to help her pup eat when she’s not home or when they pup is staying over with a sitter.
Our reader noticed her dog takes his food out of his bowl and eats it on the living room rug. What’s the deal? Why is her pup having meals on-the-go and getting crumbs all over the house? Dear Labby has some advice.
One of our readers came home to find her dollar bills were chewed up and some were even swallowed by her dog. Dear Labby has some advice on how to keep dogs safe and maybe even get your money back!
Our reader’s dog takes off around the house after bath time, and she wants to know if there’s something she should do about it. Dear Labby responds.
Our reader’s dog stops to sniff everything on their walks. She wants to know when to let the nose go and when to keep moving. Dear Labby has some advice.
There’s an elderly woman who doles out treats to any canine who approaches at the dog park. The problem is that my dog, who needs a lot of exercise, now hovers expectantly around the Treat Lady instead of running around.
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 is a pretty smelly dog.
There are things you can do to curb infighting between your dogs, prevent a fight from breaking out at all, and stop a fight that’s already started.
One of our readers is worried that her new pup will go batty when trick-or-treaters ring the doorbell. Dear Labby has some Halloween advice!
One of our young readers wants a dog, but his parents just don’t have the cash. Our Dear Labby has some advice for this dog lover.
When a dog poops blood, it can be terrifying for dog owners. It’s a fairly common symptom that can mean a lot of different things, ranging from mostly harmless to deadly.
I take my dog to a groomer. Am I supposed to tip? If so, what is the standard amount?
My Bulldog, Meatballs, is really gassy. The problem is that my roommate can’t stand it.
Recently, an friend bought a Yorkie from a breeder in the next state over. She is having a “puppy shower” and I don’t want to attend. I’d like to be honest about why, but a mutual friend thinks I should just say I have other plans. What do you think?
Well, H.A.I.R., there are two kinds of people in this world. Those who expect you to open the fridge and help yourself to a seltzer, and those who deny others their lint removers.
A reader took his pup to his aunt’s house over the holidays and made sure to keep the cat and dog food separate. But why is that so important? Dear Labby has the answer.
Reader wonders if her dog is offended by owner's refusal to accept kisses on the lips. But dog's severe halitosis could be a sign of larger health issues.
Dear Labby,When my uncle died, my elderly aunt was devastated. So she went out and adopted a Terrier with a very sad history. Groucho is a sweet dog, and I love that he makes her so happy, but my aunt has taken it too far. She spends all her time with him, pampers him, talks […]
Dear Labby,This morning I took my dogs for a leisurely walk down a street in our neighborhood. As we strolled, a German Shepherd in a yard across the street began barking loudly from behind a chain link fence. A moment or two later, a man stepped out the front door.The man called to me: “Can […]