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— When I heard Eli was planning to do a fundraiser for local bully breed rescue groups, I knew I had to talk with him -- and get tattooed by him.
— In anticipation of the new film, here are photos of the Internet's best dogs and puppies dressed up as Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello.
— Having opinions and thoughtful discussion is great, but endless debates over proper dog care can suck the joy out of being a dog owner.
— As a friend's dog passed on, I reflected on my own dogs -- here's what I want to tell them.
— Tina the Pit Bull enjoys water sports, golf, and lounging in Justin Timberlake's laundry.
— Finding little white flakes around the house? Dog dandruff can be caused by multiple factors, including diet, grooming, and parasites.
— I advised my dog-rescue group not to send animals to Raja Renata Ranch long before its founder faced animal cruelty charges.
— All dogs like to swim and play fetch, right? My dogs didn't get that memo. What about yours?
— The photographer's Watchdog series portrays tiny breeds such as Chihuahuas standing guard.
— This active dog was bred to be a versatile hunter as well as a faithful companion to humans.
— Her front legs never fully developed, but that doesn't keep her from going to work with her mom and attending pet charity events.
— Dogs sometimes jump through windows; here are the most common injures that result from it.
— "Dogs and cats were bred thousands of years ago to be our friends and companions, not our food," says the co-founder of SayNoToDogMeat.Net.
— Each prize pack contains bags of In the Raw food, Free Ranger Bully Stix, Nice Jerky Venison, coupons, and company swag.
— Congestive heart failure in dogs is a cumulative problem normally caused by an enlarged heart or a heart-valve malfunction.
— Dogster warning: massive doses of adorable ahead. Prepare for cuteness aggression in 5... 4... 3...
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— Whether they're wearing clothes or are leaping for a toy, Frenchies make divine photo subjects.
— As my old dog Corona endures a medical scare, I remember the qualities I love in her -- and the life lessons she teaches every day.
— Dogs do have sweat glands, but panting is their main source of stress and heat relief.
— Some people and companies claim their diet is ideal for dogs, but there might not be such a thing.
— His distinctive profile sets him apart, but this good-natured bloke is an ideal family dog.
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— The mouth is a primary means for a puppy to interact with the world, but training is needed when puppy biting turns from playful to harmful.
— These goggles protect a dog's eyes from UV rays, wind, and debris -- especially useful for when he's putting his head out of the car window.
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