The bright-orange pins feature snarky messages such as "Your dog? Pick up their log!" Would you use one? Do you think they will shame offenders into changing their ways?
The unique dog toys -- made from the roots of Mediterranean trees -- are pulled from PetSmart shelves.
Angels Among Us volunteer Rachel Meier started an outreach group to help low-income dog owners in nearby Rome. They provide supplies, education, and compassion.
One of the editors recently passed this link on to me, and I’m still trying to figure out where the idea came from: the questionably-named People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is selling a device called a Cold-Nose Cozie. It looks like someone in the organization thought, “Well, they have cosies for teapots; …
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The Ottawa Humane Society had a fantastic idea to give its adoptable pets more exposure: Use the Force.
After months of frustration over GhostBuster's skin issues, I went holistic. And it worked!
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star flaunted quarantine laws by flying his Yorkies into the country, and now he's looking at some serious jail time.
Ever met a "Chiwawa"? Some of the most popular and best-known dog breeds are also among the most frequently misspelled.
A missing leg and tail don't slow down this little Terrier-Dachshund rescue, whose human uses Instagram to encourage adoption of other special-needs animals.
Nikon combined a heart rate monitor, camera, and collar to create Heartography, which snaps photos when Grizzler's heart beats faster. There are more than a few pictures of cats.
Check out the tiny Pomeranian-Maltese mix and her YouTube covers of songs by Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, and Carly Rae Jepsen.
Is your skin feeling a bit thin this morning? You might want to skip this video from "Inside Amy Schumer."
Sgt. Jacob Fisher wasn't going to the let the puppy who wandered onto base fend for himself after he left. Instead, he brought Jax home with him.
If the law passes, adoptions in state-run shelters will require a criminal background check for a history of animal abuse.
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