— The couple's dog was stolen, and they set out on a mission to bring him home at all costs.
— Puppies are cute, but they're also terrifying pooping and peeing zombie dogs, and that's not for me.
— He forgot his training in favor of getting whatever he wanted from eager-to-please roommates.
— After week caring for my pack without my partner, I came up with tips for solo canine parenting.
— Five years ago today, a ridiculously special pup came into the world. This year, I almost lost him.
— As Thanksgiving approaches, I reflect on all I've learned from the dogs who've shared my life.
— My dog has seen more of France than most French people, and I've always got my camera ready to capture the memories.
— I beat a "dangerous dog" citation after letting my dog protect my son, but looking back, I could have done things differently.
— "Please don't lick me, dog. That's disgusting," I said.
— The message of my book is simple –- the bond between a dog and his human is healing, for both the human and the dog.
— For Veterans Day, an excerpt from Carey Neesley's "Welcome Home Mama and Boris: How a Sister's Love Saved a Fallen Soldier's Beloved Dogs"
— Do you take your dogs on vacation with you? I absolutely recommend it.
— Sprocket is a Whippet/Collie mix who helps with the rescue and rehab of feral and stray cats and kittens -- and no one trained him to do this!
— It's never a good idea to sit on a dog, especially an energetic cattle dog, but all is forgiven.
— Catcalls? Propositions? Smart-alecky remarks? Not when my Lumi is with me on leash!
— No, I am NOT recommending you feed your dog chocolate. But I think it's important to note that certain types and amounts of chocolate are much more dangerous than others.
— The adoption didn't start well, but a near-death experience brought Hadley and I closer.
— My dog, Roofus, sometimes accompanies me on business trips in a small, private plane.
— Charlotte had many issues when we adopted her two years ago, but we've gotten past them.
— Pit Bulls are not for the faint of heart, and that has a lot to do with how others perceive the dogs.
— Everyone told me the aggressive dog I adopted was hopeless, but through hard work and compassion, I proved them wrong.
— This wasn't an easy or fast transition. My beliefs and fears about Pit Bulls were deeply rooted. But Mayzie changed everything.
— It's Pet Obesity Awareness Day; here's how our overweight rescue Lab inspired a movement.
— I've thought about writing this headline for half a year. The answer I keep coming back to is "no."
— Here's a roundup of dog toys, signs, stores, laws -- and, uh, poop -- I found on a five-country trip.
— People often groan about not being able to speak dog. But sometimes, what our pups want is crystal clear. Observe!
— A Dachshund and a Maltese warmed his heart, even as he grew sick, and kept my family smiling.
— After being an assistant, I got an assignment to lead an agility class -- here are my survival tips.
— My husband and I got our first dog nine years ago, and it changed our relationship for the better
— I had a dog-sized hole in my heart after my partner and I split and he got to keep Rufus. But another little dog helped me through.