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— 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.
— Before I got 3 Chihuahuas, I wasn't convinced they'd be good urban pets, but I now I sure am.
— My dog doesn't like to swim, and it might be my fault -- I took him to a river his first time out.
— Voice change in dogs has many causes, but one is the deadliest known disease to dogs and humans.
— For National Fight Procrastination Day, we asked a dog for tips -- and boy, he really came through.
— My wife and I opened Peaceful Pets Aquamation because cremation is bad for the environment -- and it's an idea that's stuck in the past.
— Albinism in dogs is caused by a lack of melanin and pigmentation; albino dogs are pretty rare.
— As kids go back to school, daycare can help stem separation anxiety; here's what you need to know.
— More dog owners are including acupuncture as part of a larger health strategy.
— Yes, there is litter for dogs in this article. And yes, this is a thing!
— Among the benefits of canine massage are stress relief for people and dogs, and strengthening the bond between humans and animals.
— We round up our best Dogster posts on why adding a microchip to your dog's ID is a good idea.
— Humping is common behavior among male and female dogs, who grind on toys, legs, and other dogs for a variety of reasons.
— From generic streams of puppy photos to shots of dogs that serve a purpose, here are 5 great Twitter accounts to follow when you need a puppy pix fix.
— After two years on the road with Luna, I keep learning from her, including life's ultimate lesson.
— The first time I took Sasha to a dog park, she immediately ran up to another dog parent and sat on the bench next to her.
— The average lifespan of a dog depends on several factors, most importantly weight and size.
— The tender flesh of a ripe peach is safe for dogs in limited quantities, but peach pits or peaches in heavy syrup should be avoided.
— The books and movies have spawned a pack of fine dog names. Here's our take on the best.
— We like big mutts and we cannot lie! It's National Mutt Day, and what better way to celebrate than with our favorite mix-up pups?
— Finding little white flakes around the house? Dog dandruff can be caused by multiple factors, including diet, grooming, and parasites.
— Congestive heart failure in dogs is a cumulative problem normally caused by an enlarged heart or a heart-valve malfunction.
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