— Fire, food, friends, and festooned homes: Hanukkah provides plenty of chances for dogs to get into mischief!
— The holidays can present your dog with unusual temptations, anxieties, and dangers. Keep your dog safe this Christmas!
— Get the low-down on pet policies at leading U.S. hotel and motel chains.
— Clean feet, additional nutrients, and a warm, dry bed are among our suggestions for ways to protect your dog against the next polar vortex!
— My dog is my everything, so I give him the very best -- even if it's better than what I give myself!
— Here's how to improve the quality of posed pictures and candid moments alike.
— If you plan on joining the growing field of pet sitting, set yourself up for success by avoiding these missteps.
— Staying calm and carrying high-value treats are just two of the lessons I've learned in my years as a dog sitter.
— This staple's many health benefits support adding it to your canine companion's food bowl.
— We must control our dogs, of course, but you can make it easier to do so.
— I quit my high-paying job and started taking care of dogs -- and I'm loving (almost) every minute of it.
— Natural routines won't match your reset clocks -- here are ways you can help your canine adjust.
— Dog-related injuries go way beyond dog bites. Reduce your risk with these tips.
— Measuring the trend depends on who you ask, but obesity does cause real problems for dogs.
— We need to move past "puppy love," which often includes doing things to dogs they don't want.
— It's National Preparedness Month; here are safety tips for the unpredictability of an earthquake.
— We round up our best Dogster posts on why adding a microchip to your dog's ID is a good idea.
— A fire can instantly turn your home into chaos; make sure you and your dog are ready for danger.
— My dog Buster and I were victims of a midnight attack -- here's what I did to remove the smell.
— Foxtails hurt dogs all over. These stories illustrate the dangers of canine public enemy No. 1.
— If you're out of commission due to an illness or injury, a walk isn't always possible. Here's how to keep your dog exercised.
— Thousands of pets die annually by drowning; here's what to know at the beach or at the pool.
— First of all, you won't need to bring him to the vet -- you might not even be allowed to!
— If a tornado strike is a common occurrence in your area, don't be caught off guard when it hits.
— Most of these medications also protect dogs -- and people -- from other potentially serious diseases.
— Tooth brushing isn't the only thing you can do -- here are some other tricks to help maintain good oral hygiene.
— If your dog becomes lost, she stands a dramatically better chance of being returned if she has a microchip and the information is current.
— Finally, retailers are removing jerky treats made in China, which have been responsible for thousands of pet deaths over the years.
— We're all about helping your pup have a better visit at the vet's.
— Heatstroke is a common and devastating condition in dogs. Let's talk risk factors as well as prevention and treatment.
Our Most-Commented Stories