— I asked a professional pooper scooper to help me put together these rules of etiquette for dealing with dog poop. Picking it up is just the beginning.
— To catch residents who don't pick up after their dogs, 26 buildings test the poop that's left behind.
— We'd had Rocquel for years when we adopted Rocky. Here's how we got them to co-exist peacefully -- even become friends!
— Until rock parks are a thing, my Fuzzy must go to the dog park for a little off-leash time. Here's how we have fun -- safely!
— Rockster's resident vet answers some of the most common questions he gets about rocks -- sort of.
— Slices of pizza, tacos, and doughnuts all conspire against this uncoordinated pup in this viral YouTube video!
— My dog Riggins has tons of facial expressions -- here's what I imagine he's trying to say.
— I love vets, but I hate their waiting rooms. Here are a few more things I wish they would change.
— I love watching Kira run free, a big goofy grin on her face. It took months of training before she was ready to go off-leash. Here's how we got there.
— Finley paces, barks, and becomes destructive when we leave her home alone. Will a software program help keep her calm?
— Follow these tips to make the "spring forward" change a little easier on our canine companions.
— My dog Riggins loves most folks, but there are a few he distrusts -- at first sight, smell, or sound.
— This leash promises a non-slip grip and no more rope burns. But is that possible even with a 140-pound Saint Bernard who loves to pull?
— Japanese researchers say dogs learn not to trust humans who lie. Keep this in mind the next time you promise the park but take your pup to the vet.
— I hit on the PTP idea after the first 26 inches of snow fell on our backyard in Eastern Massachusetts. Here's how I made mine.
— We chat with one of the creators, dog trainer Jill Breitner, about the reason for the app: to reduce dog bites and resulting euthanasia.
— I took my highly active Vizsla to The Martial Arfs for a KaRuffTe class. The activities not only engaged her mentally and physically, but they also strengthened our communication and bond.
— It’s Random Acts of Kindness Week, and we've got plenty of ways dog lovers can give people and pets a paw up.
— From how to properly use gates to staying calm during a scuffle, these tips will lead to a happier time at the dog park for all.
— As a blind person with four dogs, reliable recall is a necessity for me -- here's how you can train your pack to do it, too!
— Less than five percent of owners attend a training class with their dog. We offer resources for the majority who don't.
— A gym membership? Pah! Owning a dog is like having a live-in personal trainer.
— The Scorpion Scooper promises to pick up multiple poops, but can it stand up to multiple poops from a giant breed?
— Dogs communicate with us through body language and actions -- here are are four ways they show affection.
— Training is used to redirect unwanted canine behavior, but what about unwanted human behavior? I think it could work!
— I'm lucky my pups leave me a little sliver to sleep on each night. Do your dogs sleep with you? Where on the bed?
— The No. 1 reason? Puppies are often given as Christmas gifts, and the first 20 weeks are crucial for training.
— My rescue pets provide companionship and inspiration, and they bring my family joy -- just to name a few.
— As a dog sitter, I talk to canines like I would co-workers. This can get pretty confusing for people near us.
— Among them: Dogs love pillows, horse poop, and scarves; and there's always one pup who will wait until we get home to go -- inside my house!
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