— Lori coordinates the foster program at Regional Animal Services of King County, Washington, welcoming the hardest cases into her own home.
— When the right guy comes along, I'll know it -- and so will my dogs Bella, DiDi, and Toby.
— Rebecca Corry tells us about working with Stand Up for Pits, and how she led the One Million Pibble March in D.C.
— The damn thing actually put tears in my eyes because I came so close to losing my little guy, Moxie, mere weeks before. And here he was, immortalized on rice paper in watercolor.
— Their nation's team goes up against Argentina in the semifinal game, and they're all ready for it.
— After the World Cup incidents, we ask Annie Phenix to suggest dog-training techniques.
— This Virginia rescue takes in wiener dogs deemed unadoptable due to old age or medical issues.
— Brain activity during sleep suggests dogs do dream, but what dogs dream about is less certain.
— I discovered a brilliant way to clean even the nastiest dog accidents -- behold, the humble wet-vac.
— I believe I've spared my dogs much unnecessary pain and discomfort by having them tested.
— This big-hearted hero is a king among dogs but has a pussycat persona at home.
— Don't wait until the first firework explodes before you think to check on your dog. Here are six tips to keep her comfortable and safe.
— We've tried many car harnesses, but only when my dogs started using the Deluxe Car Harness from Solvit have I felt assured of their safety.
— After being on the streets for years, Theo had mentally checked out -- but a group of Pit Bulls taught him how to be a dog again.
— Allergies lead to foot-licking, scratching, ear infections, hair loss, anal gland problems, and inflamed skin -- here's what you can do about it.
— We attend a minor league game to see how fun baseball can be when you bring your dog.
— A pet hospice devised the Quality of Life Scale, which adds some objectivity into the highly emotional situation of considering euthanasia.
— Foxtails hurt dogs all over. These stories illustrate the dangers of canine public enemy No. 1.
— Dogs have been part of law enforcement for centuries, but specialized training of dogs began only at the start of the 20th century.
— Independence Day is one of the most stressful and potentially dangerous times of the year for pets.
— When Silvie Bordeaux's beloved Toy Poodle went blind, she saw a way to improve his quality of life.
— Limping can mean many things, Here's how we're helping diagnose Corona, our senior Lab.
— The award-winning actor is known for his surly characters, but he's a big softie for his dogs.
— The catlike Basenji is among the most primitive of breeds; he's also a mischief-maker.
— Humans are rare in having such obvious belly buttons. In dogs, a navel is really only visible when a puppy develops an umbilical hernia.
— We have five packs to give away, each with a bag each of Z-Filets, Lil' Links, and Jerky Naturals.
— When you add a service dog to your family, it's up to you to protect yourself from scammers.
— Angel Service Dogs sells peanut-sniffing service dogs for thousands of dollars to hopeful parents -- and some of those parents say they were duped.
— Some dog breeds need swimming lessons; here's how to make the training safe and easy.
— The best designs from the '50s and '60s form the basis for his book, "Dog Food For Thought."
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