— At the St. Bernard Hospice, the dogs became famous for locating more than 2,000 lost travelers over the course of 300 years.
— It's America's most watched dog show---and we have the inside scoop. Use our cheat sheet to impress your friends!
— From ancient origins to the brink of extinction to worldwide fame, the Shar-Pei has seen it all.
— Your motivation will skyrocket, and your daily grind will be fluffier with these cute puppy pictures!
— All dogs have dewclaws on their front paws, some on their hind legs, and a select few even have double dewclaws! Learn all about them here.
— Excellent police and military dogs, a Malinois even served on the Navy Seal team that raided bid Laden's compound.
— Cane Corso puppies grow into huge, gorgeous dogs, weighing 100 pounds or more. Enjoy lifting them while you can!
— He's more than a Lab with a perm -- this dog breed is the top choice for dedicated waterfowl hunters.
— People often stop me to remark that my 60-pound Lab is too big for me. What are they thinking?
— Perhaps no other breed packs so much brains and beauty into such a small package.
— 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.
— Quantifiably real or not, the sheer number of stories about Black Dog Syndrome brings attention to shelters, rescues, and the importance of sterilization.
— These photos illustrate why the breed that originally worked as sheepdogs in England and Scotland have reached global popularity.
— He's a fast friend with a racing heart, but don't mistake him for a Greyhound.
— Like many human celebrities, this breed needs only a single name; the Brittany Spaniel officially became the Brittany in 1982.
— Here's a photo roundup including sausages, beer, Dachshunds, and other dog breeds.
— The dogs in these pictures are adorable, but know that Italian Greyhound puppies need a great deal of attention and affectionate interaction.
— The iconic Scotty has endured as one of the most beloved and recognized dogs in history.
— Trupanion pet insurance digs into its database to give us the most popular breeds city by city.
— We chat with the artist about the 100 Dogs project -- and what pup Beyonce and Jay Z should adopt.
— This onetime cattle dog is black and tan and tough all over, except for where he's just a big softy.
— The Morkie (Maltese/Yorkshire Terrier) is currently the most popular pairing by litters born in 2014, but he's not the strangest by far.
— Xoloitzcuintli Primitive Breed Rescue has taken in 10 of these intriguing dogs in less than a year.
— He won't back down from a challenge or adventure, especially if digging, barking, and turning his fur black with dirt is involved.
— A favorite of royalty, artists, and just plain folk, the Weim is a do-it-all kind of dog.
— The Labrador Retriever puppies in these photos are as irresistible to humans as chocolate itself.
— Before I got 3 Chihuahuas, I wasn't convinced they'd be good urban pets, but I now I sure am.
— This big fella who's sometimes mistaken for a Saint Bernard is a lover, not a fighter.
— Albinism in dogs is caused by a lack of melanin and pigmentation; albino dogs are pretty rare.
— Once the emblem of Dutch Patriots who fought the House of Orange in the late 1700s, the Keeshond is now known more for his smile.
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