— Did someone on your holiday gift list just adopt a dog? Here's a list of our top choices.
— You don't have to climb the highest mountain to find ideal items for outdoorsy dogs and owners.
— The leashes are made from recycled climbing rope, but can they harness the pulling power of Ace?
— Save as much as 75 percent with these deals, two of which are just for Dogster readers.
— I review products from lines including Bret Michaels Pets Rock, Martha Stewart Pets, and Disney PetHoliday.
— If support independent vendors is your thing, here's your guide -- including one seller who offers Dogster readers a 15 percent discount.
— Some people hate them, but I recommend them, if you follow safety instructions.
— The Jewish Festival of Lights starts early this year. Don't forget to include the dog in the festivities.
— Help the innovative duo behind the brand reach its Kickstarter goal, and you could get a 10 percent rebate on your first purchase.
— Retractable leashes might have their uses, but I feel I have legitimate reasons for opting out.
— There is no such thing as too much identification for my dogs. What forms do you use for your dogs?
— It goes beyond fun and games; here are practical examples of how and when to dress your dog.
— My dog's collar reflects a lifetime of adventures -- does your dog have a collar that does the same?
— Let's talk about the best and worst things from the largest annual pet exhibition in France.
— The Sleepypod ClickIt Utility was the only product to do well -- it aced all the tests.
— Read our review of this unusual walking aid and then enter to win one of your own!
— Pearhead makes cool, crafty products that showcase your dog's paw. We give them high fives!
— OK, some of the games were for cats. But seriously, this is a whole new world we're in.
— The company makes durable materials for the military, but can this dog bed stand up to Ace?
— We interview Ben Riggan, the inventor of the biodegradable Paw Pods pet burial system.
— Ace can't get enough of her favorite toy -- the durable, versatile, and reliable ball launcher.
— We're big fans of Popware's portable, collapsible dog products. Here's your chance to take some home.
— They claim to be durable, and they're certainly adorable. How did they do with my Boston Terrier?
— My dogs love being naked, but I know some are okay with clothing. What does your dog prefer?
— Rich people will. They like spending $19 for doggie eye pads and $55 for dog skin lotion.
— My Boston Terrier, Ace, had a blast testing a variety of collars sent our way by Wayfair.com.
— The Yellow Ribbon campaign promotes a signal that says certain dogs need extra space.
— Nanny cams? Activity monitors? You bet. Tracking your dog's movement has gotten easier.
— Designer Petra Jungebluth has gone from fashion houses to the dogs. And we love her for it.
— Dog poop products are a dime a dozen. Is this one ahead of the pack?
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