Monique Madrid's stand-up comedy show takes place every month at Tailwaggers in Los Angeles.
In this installment of Ask Frank, our hilarious French Bulldog counsels a hungry Dachshund on how to get treats from everybody in the house.
Read an excerpt from "The Dog Merchants," due in stores May 2.
After adopting a deaf Pit Bull puppy, Bernard Lima-Chavez vowed to help as many deaf dogs as he could -- and he's made good on that promise.
Sissy left for the summer on Sunday, and my poor Riggins is beside himself. The first heartbreak is always the hardest.
We chat with Nicole Forsyth about her charity, which tackles issues such as caring for dogs in domestic abuse and animal cruelty situations.
I asked the Seattle-based healer to reach my recently passed German Shepherd, and I believe she connected with her spirit.
The rescue dog lives with the band and helps with publicity via Facebook and Instagram.
We chat with founder Lori Stevens about how service dogs can help disabled vets get their independence back.
Elizabeth LaBauve gives us tips on taking great pictures of kids and dogs, something she excels at on her family's farm.
Vet tech Julie Denton knew just what to do when a Cocker Spaniel's family gave up on him -- she took the dog home and helped him heal.
This elegant herding dog is tougher than she looks.
To get the best fit when adding a dog to your family, discuss these nine factors, from age and cost to size and breed.
I'm dating a wonderful man who also loves my kids -- so why can't I feel that way about his Chihuahua?
In this installment of Ask Frank, our hilarous French Bulldog helps a friend learn what's going on in his butt.
The 10-year-old Weimaraner has suffered physically and emotionally from the crime that took her family. Thankfully, she is recovering in a new loving home.
The fourth-generation Japanese herbalist and macrobiologist sells natural dog food and dispenses advice -- when he's not saving dogs from the pet-meat trade.
Lily Tomlin's revival of Ernestine the Operator for a PETA video may be funny, but PETA is still built on exploiting humans and animals alike.