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— Nancy Fox and SayNoToDogMeat.Net saved five dogs from the butcher’s knife and ended the acts of animal cruelty at an orphanage.
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— Officers must police themselves and act with discretion rather than killing dogs recklessly.
— People often stop me to remark that my 60-pound Lab is too big for me. What are they thinking?
— The trick to a good Halloween-inspired dog name is to find one you can live with the rest of the year.
— We all aren’t pro trainers who can dedicate 24/7 to our dogs, but we all can help with behavior.
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— He survived pack life on village streets in Northern Saskatchewan, but now the mixed-breed tripod lives the good life as an indoor dog.
— We round up the best Instagram pictures of dogs dressing up as pumpkins for Halloween.
— The faithful dog also remembers to close the fridge door on the way back!
— Collapsing trachea is a very common cause of coughing in dogs, and serious consequences are possible.
— A ridiculous post declaring Halloween "National Kill a Pit Bull Day" is making the rounds. Here's why you should ignore it.
— Lucca led more than 400 missions during three deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, and no one she served with ever got hurt.
— Perhaps no other breed packs so much brains and beauty into such a small package.
— "He loves scooting and bunny hopping wherever he wants to go," says his foster-failure mom Kimberly Boshold.
— And not all of them deal with picking up dog poop!
— The battery-powered blanket fits like a coat and has alternating massage panels, which reduces the risk of injury and assists with recovery.
— With a swipe of my husband’s credit card to the adoption coordinator, Doug was ours -- no home visit, no background check, no judgment.
— National Pit Bull Awareness Day is a good time to demonstrate that members of this breed are a lot like humans -- each one is different.
— Is the dog park the right place for your pooch?
— My dogs get a little wacky when fall arrives. Do your dogs sense when the season is changing?
— Quantifiably real or not, the sheer number of stories about Black Dog Syndrome brings attention to shelters, rescues, and the importance of sterilization.
— Photographer Kim Wolf aims to celebrate the people who loves the dogs of New York City.
— I adopted my dogs from shelters, and they're worth every penny.
— On the second day of Tihar, Nepal's autumnal religious festival, dogs are honored, celebrated, and even worshipped.
— Some dog grooming can be done at home, but the most extreme hair mats need professional help.
— These photos illustrate why the breed that originally worked as sheepdogs in England and Scotland have reached global popularity.
— October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month; here are questions to ask the shelter -- and yourself.
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