— Keep your dog safe by using this infographic about poison prevention -- and tell others about it.
— Your flea and tick spray could be flammable, as one unlucky dog in Florida recently learned.
— Dogs who consume ethylene glycol face grave danger, but recent developments have helped reduce canine fatalities from antifreeze.
— Below are some other V-Day gifts that your lovesick pup might eat, so take precautions.
— Tapeworms in dogs are parasitic flatworms that grow to maturity inside a dog's small intestine.
— How do you keep your dog safe and engaged during winter's icy blast? Here are some tips.
— After the trainer adopted a dog left behind by Katrina, she learned all she could about dealing with fearful dogs -- she even wrote the book on it.
— Are the blind misunderstood? Sure, but even more misunderstood than the blind are our guide dogs.
— Tea tree oil is marketed as a safe skin care product for dogs, but in fact it's a neurotoxin. Here's what I think of our fascination with natural products.
— Don't be one of those people who refuses to outfit your dog with a coat. Fur isn't everything, people.
— Just because there's no leash law doesn't mean you should just let your dogs run wild. Here's why.
— Even though our dogs may be angels the rest of the year, when company comes over, another side may come out.
— Out of the most dangerous things I have seen dogs eat, it's no surprise that many are not food.
— Don't let the distractions of love, food, family, and football take your mind off your pup's safety this year.
— I've struggled with my dog's training and behavior issues, but here's why all the effort is worth it.
— 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.
— I now prepare and protect myself after being pretty seriously injured in an incident at a dog park.
— These travel pros tell you what to bring, where to stay, what to look for, what to expect.
— Natural routines won't match your reset clocks -- here are ways you can help your canine adjust.
— Halloween isn't super dangerous for dogs, but here are tips to avoid -- and what doesn't really matter.
— We get advice from the head of a Humane Society in Georgia, who deals with hundreds each year.
— Whether you're at home or out trick-or-treating, here are guidelines for avoiding danger.
— You can use mealtime as a training exercise to provide stimulation and enrichment for your dog.
— People sometimes offer things that dogs can't safely eat; that can cause problems.
— We talk to a well-traveled, 100-pound Rottweiler mix named Otis and his owner, James Cozens, about flying around he world with big dogs.
— If there’s ever a place where dogs need space from one another, it’s at the vet's office.
— Eating too fast can cause bloat -- and worse. Here are tips to help your dog slow down at chow time.
— Stop waiting for someone to start the process for building a dog park in your area and do it yourself!
— Dogs age at different rates based on lifestyle and genetics, but there are still ways to determine age.
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