— My rescue dog Tucker had terrible nightmares, but now he often sleeps happily on his side.
— A controversy in L.A. shows that some groups' requirements are too rigid, which could push people to buy from breeders and pet stores.
— Jessica Williams looks into reports that L.A. police dogs bite only black and Latino people.
— My dogs stay at home when I'm on the road, but I still step around their phantoms, look for them under covers, and wake up at feeding time.
— A video of a dog protecting a pregnant woman has been called funny and sweet. I say it's neither. Is something more sinister going on?
— Your new pal doesn't have to keep his shelter name. Here are some tips for choosing a new one.
— I believe there is, if it's a choice between that or rehoming your dog. What do you think?
— I believe so, but only where real dogs aren't appropriate; they're machines, not sentient beings.
— I say no. I've been there, and exposing fearful dogs to what scares them is not the solution.
— A woman keeps a puppy alive who could die within the hour, and people are outraged. Why?
— It was digitally enhanced, not real, but did it drive you nuts or was it just fun and games?
— If you want a "wolfish" dog, I say choose a breed that looks like one. What do you think?
— I never felt as safe as when Ellie was by my side -- up the trail or on the porch -- she was my guardian angel with canine teeth.
— This behavior is when dogs creep as objects lightly touch their backs; you'll know it when you see it.
— You might not like the conclusions of a U.K. study, but they probably won't surprise you. What's your experience with your dogs?
— Poisoners are not well studied and their motives are often vague, but here's what we do know.
— My Maltese has separation anxiety, and it's been a problem not just for him and me, but my neighbors, too.
— I can't help being cynical about people who are out to separate dog lovers from their cash.
— My ancestors loved and sacrificed for their dogs long before it was the norm. A "Must Love Dogs" gene is the only rational explanation.
— They should not discriminate against us, and we should not discriminate against them either.
— Of course we all want to see fewer dogs killed, but is this the way to effect change?
— Here are five times my dog embarrassed me so gleefully and thoroughly that I almost suspect he was getting revenge.
— The day I smelled the new woman’s perfume as I bent down to kiss my dog’s head after a visit with his other parent, I had no idea how to react.
— Medicating your dog is a tough choice. For Kristi Waterworth, it was a choice well worth making.
— My dogs try not to play favorites, but they do have their go-to people. How about yours?
— Was Brian's comeback a reaction to viewer outrage or a ploy to boost the show's ratings?
— 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.
— My dogs don't seem to care when I leave, but they love it when I arrive home. What about your dogs?
— Rudolph Poppe also gets five years probation, during which time he can't own a dog. What do you think about his sentence? Is it fair?
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