— Some dog grooming can be done at home, but the most extreme hair mats need professional help.
— I've been a dog sitter for two years, and I love my job -- but let me tell you, it's not easy.
— If nails are too long it's unhealthy, but if they're too short it hurts; a pro advises how to get it right.
— We bust common misconceptions that prevent some people from adopting rescue dogs.
— Here's how I do it with items from discount stores, pharmacies, and health food stores.
— I recently added some of these small pets to my home; here's how I ensure everyone gets along.
— An easy (and tasty) way to mitigate heat is a frozen doggie treat, but a kiddie pool works too.
— Improper shampooing can cause bad skin reactions; groomer Jenn Shaw has pro tips.
— If dogs are frequent passengers, here's how to get rid of ground-in fur, drool, and dog odor.
— A strictly vegetarian diet lacks nutrients dogs need and can lead to long-term health problems.
— This Pet Obesity Awareness Day, take an honest look at your dog -- does he need a new workout routine or smaller food portions?
— If you're short on cash but the fur needs to go, here are tips from a pro groomer for dog haircuts.
— Nothing I do has stopped my Poodle, and anger sometimes gets the best of me. What should I do?
— Walks let dogs get mental and physical stimulation by exploring and interacting with their surroundings -- this should be the priority.
— Before signing up, I talked to some experts about what volunteering at a shelter is really like.
— I reviewed pet policies of the major hotel chains across the country, and here are the best I found.
— When I see my dog's toothy smile, I wonder what damage those teeth could do to a small human.
— Celebrate World Rabies Day the Dogster way: Ensure your dog's vaccination is up to date.
— Anyone can call herself a dog trainer; here's how to find one who knows what she's doing.
— "Hydrotherapy" means “water healing" in Greek, and dogs can benefit in the same way humans do.
— Changes in light, temperature, and food present health hazards inside and outside the home.
— It's Food Safety Month; here are health and safety tips on how you can protect your dog.
— It's National Preparedness Month; here are safety tips for the unpredictability of an earthquake.
— If you're moving to the U.S. from abroad, here's how you can best prepare your dog for the adventure.
— Taming the fur forest isn't always easy. We asked an expert how owners can avoid common grooming gaffes.
— Is your home brimming over with dog memorabilia? You're not alone!
— It's Responsible Dog Ownership Month, so we've made a shortlist of 10 things that make a responsible dog owner. Do all these apply to you?
— I'll soon be facing the passing of my beloved old dog Corona, so I started thinking about the ways, simple and otherwise, we can memorialize our pets.
— David Zimmerman gets digital stuff back when a faithful canine friend slobbers all over a laptop.
— Certain types of peanuts and peanut butter are generally safe for dogs to eat on special occasions.
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