— Carrying notes of inspiration and encouragement, sweet Doug follows through on his New Year's resolution to lift the spirits of strangers.
— The Belgian Malinois shows his friendly side to fans, showing that police dogs don't always have to be scary.
— Read our interview with the artist and owner of Woof Models, then enter to win a custom portrait of your dog!
— She went from being a food-aggressive foster dog to sharing with her pack, and the woman who changed Maggie's life found her own changed as well.
— When a small-town shelter in Georgia faced the possibility of euthanizing dogs to clear space, an angel army arrived, placing the dogs in foster homes.
— If you want to lose the leash, follow these tips to keep your dogs and others around you safe.
— "It's not a formal refuge," says founder Mike Whitley. "We're just volunteers with the time, space, and love to share our home with dogs.”
— The benefits for your dog are many -- including a softer coat and leaner body -- but it does require an investment of time and money.
— Jean Philpott creates adorable, custom fridge magnets from pictures of dogs as well as from pop star puns.
— January 21 is National Granola Bar Day. Are these healthy snacks and their ingredients safe to share with your dog?
— Experts say dogs don't like to hug, but my Trucker hugs everyone. Does your dog like to hug or be hugged?
— We pair quotes from Plato and Socrates with Instagram pictures of pensive pups -- a perfect fit, don't you think?
— Puppy mange sounds scary, but it is actually quite common and usually not dangerous -- and some of the most effective treatments are very simple.
— When it comes to hugs, comfort, and overall goofy happiness, I pick big dogs. Here's why.
— Was the teddy bear really modeled after this dog breed?
— After years of neurological issues, this Shih Tzu-Poodle has a second chance at life and mobility thanks to a new family and a dog wheelchair.
— Jan. 19 is National Popcorn Day. Is it safe to share the snack with our dog friends?
— Training is used to redirect unwanted canine behavior, but what about unwanted human behavior? I think it could work!
— The cruel practice of using dogs as test animals is alive and well, and Beagles are one of the most popular breeds.
— When my German Shepherd, Hugo, died, it felt like a part of me had been clawed out and torn away. I talked to a pet-loss expert -- here's what she said.
— This isn't your typical subscription service: With PawPak, the products are always either organic, all-natural, or eco-friendly.
— I'm lucky my pups leave me a little sliver to sleep on each night. Do your dogs sleep with you? Where on the bed?
— The No. 1 reason? Puppies are often given as Christmas gifts, and the first 20 weeks are crucial for training.
— As flames destroyed the home where she lives and fosters, Tammy Carper went room to room and even under the house to get every dog out.
— We rounded up some of the most bizarre dog outfits on Instagram.
— My rescue pets provide companionship and inspiration, and they bring my family joy -- just to name a few.
— The Poodle-Bichon Frise survived being thrown away to become a rescue star and a mascot for One Spirit, One World.
— Haiku dogs Jasper, Lilah, and Tucker are triple the fun when they're together.
— We chat with founder jme Thomas, who hit on a great way to give dogs more exposure: Name them after rockers!
— As an animal advocate, I believe the content of the video, and the video itself, are potentially dangerous, not adorable. What do you think?