— Barbara Garcia thought she had lost her dog, but he was right at her feet, buried in rubble.
— How do the rich on this "docusoap" differ from you and me? They have more dogs, for one.
— The network for dogs is offered to DirecTV customers. We have some ideas for new shows!
— I love reality shows, but I'd love them even more if they featured -duh- dogs!
— At Dogster, we naturally imagine Lena Dunham and gang as dogs. Is that so wrong?
— The Animal Planet reality star talks about fame, second chances, and her Pit Bull rescue.
— I was on the floor at the show, within petting distance of the pooches. And it almost blew my mind.
— The special on war dogs and their handlers premieres on Feb. 21. Set your DVRs!
— Cujo was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Fortunately, the right cop happened along.
— A whole lot of things went wrong here. Are you as livid over this preventable tragedy as I am?
— Dogster's photo trickery got laughs on "Anderson Live." Watch the clip!
— It was a banner year for pups in TV ads. Madison Avenue, you did good.
— Well, they did it. Two dogs drove around a track in New Zealand on live television. The world smiles.
— The Pomeranian plays herself on "Happily Divorced" and accompanies her mom nearly everywhere.
— The popular PBS show is overrun with dog and cat antiques -- find out what objet d'woof is the greatest find.
— How do you break your dog into TV, film, and advertising? Start by taking a lesson from these high-profile pooches.
— Buster "Cash" Brown makes his debut on the new TV game show.
— While she never got on the show, the pet-product entrepreneur did muscle through two auditions. Here's her story of swimming with the sharks.
— Okay, who ate all the stuffing in the couch? Home Alone Pets catches culprits red-pawed.
— When things go bump in the night, she senses what humans cannot. Maddie is a ghost hunter -- and a breakout TV star.
— Shows got darker, and most dogs were shown the door. But pups brightened the mood in the likes of "All in the Family" and "Barney Miller."
— Things got a little weird for dogs this decade. How could they not, with shows like "The Jetsons" zooming around? We profile seven of the best examples.
— Raining dogs and cats? For one television show host and meteorologist, the forecast never looked so good.
— In the all-American sitcoms of the 1950s, every perfect nuclear family had to have a dog. We remember some of our favorites.
— Dogs make everything better -- even ads for questionable stuff described as "crispy, creamy-colored globes of goodness."
— "Dogs in the City" is over. Will it return? Will YOU make it return? Get going, people!
— The upcoming game show launches a nationwide talent search for a canine mascot -- and you're invited to enter. Good luck, players!
— When the competition gets ruff, the ruff get bitchy. Welcome to the wild world "Puppies & Tiaras," now playing on YouTube.
— Host Justin Silver presents the full glory of his upper-arm tattoos to prime-time viewers. Shield your eyes.
— A dog named Guinness sets his own record by getting stuck in a tree. Rescue ensues.