— Really, you can buy dog spray paint at pet stores, to paint your dog. How crazy it that?
— Puppies are cute, but they're also terrifying pooping and peeing zombie dogs, and that's not for me.
— A TV news report says a common heartworm and flea preventative may be killing dogs -- but it has all the hallmarks of an unfounded rumor.
— Fat dogs aren't cute or funny, they're more likely to suffer costly health problems and not live as long.
— The furry masked bandits might be cute, but the scavengers also can be dogs' worst enemies.
— Don't let the distractions of love, food, family, and football take your mind off your pup's safety this year.
— Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania report promising results against a spleen cancer.
— There are things we can look for -- and actions we can take -- as our canine companions get older.
— Confused about what you should or shouldn't feed your dog this holiday season? Here are two infographics for you to use and share.
— My French Bulldog and I tell you how to avoid health hazards during the Jewish holiday.
— Dogs are like people -- some like parties and some don't -- so make sure everyone has a good time.
— Most Thanksgiving foods are okay in moderation, but it's the extras in some foods -- and excessive consumption -- that cause dogs problems.
— Walking your dogs is supposed to be fun and stress free. But for me, that's not always the case.
— We've had so many, our place resembles a canine geriatric home. Here's what we've learned.
— My Schnauzers, Dusty and Kramer, love it when the weather gets cold. What about your dogs?
— Some fear that humans can catch it from dogs, while others say it's part of a dog's routine intestinal milieu.
— Here are items your dog will love, and training and behavior tips to keep your dog safe.
— Large breed dogs are prone to certain problems; here's how to give them the best life possible.
— Winter storms won't get you down if you update your kit with these basic items.
— Here's what to do if you're stuck inside during an event like Hurricane Sandy, which I lived through.
— Few people know that jerky can sicken and kill dogs, and very little is being done about it.
— After a few years of my dog's habit of rawhide chews, I noticed a problem.
— No, but a similar cognitive disorder can occur in older dogs; its symptoms can be progressive, and sadly, no good treatment is known for it.
— The adoption didn't start well, but a near-death experience brought Hadley and I closer.
— The Coalition to Unchain Dogs also educates people and provides spay/neuter services for dogs.
— Despite testing hundreds of samples and inspecting facilities in China, investigators still can't identify the source of the problem.
— People sometimes offer things that dogs can't safely eat; that can cause problems.
— Odin's untreated glaucoma meant endless pain, until rescue group New Leash on Life stepped in.
— We never leave our dogs home alone, but I know plenty of people do. What's your situation?
— The owner of two dogs found rat poison in her yard. The only possible source was a neighbor. She showed restraint in her reaction. Would you?
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