— Thousands of people in Detroit are having their water shut off, so PETA says that it will pay the bills -- only if the recipients promise to be vegans.
— But the Maltese had been adopted by a new family, who is left devastated.
— Erin Auerbach has outraged dog lovers with a column saying that she'll never adopt another shelter dog. Here's why she's wrong.
— As my old dog Corona endures a medical scare, I remember the qualities I love in her -- and the life lessons she teaches every day.
— Is this fair, considering that it's rare for a police officer who kills a dog to even get fired over it?
— See examples of the blurry line between which toys are for dogs and which are for humans.
— We chat with "Animal Madness" author Laurel Braitman about canine mental health.
— The ad by South Africa's Feed a Child charity means well but ultimately draws on the country's legacy of white supremacy.
— I believe I've spared my dogs much unnecessary pain and discomfort by having them tested.
— A pet hospice devised the Quality of Life Scale, which adds some objectivity into the highly emotional situation of considering euthanasia.
— Limping can mean many things, Here's how we're helping diagnose Corona, our senior Lab.
— What is it with dogs and cats and clean sheets? At my house, it's party time when I make the bed!
— So-called teacup dog breeds may be perpetually adorable, but they have many medical issues.
— We've had 6 great years with Sasha, but I wonder what she was like as a puppy and what her old life was like. Have you had these thoughts?
— As a new mother, I suddenly find myself understanding why some new parents give away their dogs. Have you ever been in this position?
— We can't afford to follow people refuse to vaccinate their dogs and kind based on rumor and pseudoscience. What do you think?
— I waited until it was dark and turned off all the lights in the house, then I searched with a blacklight -- sure enough, I found pee.
— Pope Francis says childless couples who spend their love on pets are in for hard times, but dog lovers know that's not true.
— I admit to slacking, and I've felt a lot of guilt over it, but my dogs still have a pretty great life.
— PETA's ad linking dairy products to autism is another example of how the group exploits humans and animals for its own gain.
— The video of the cat saving a child sparked an Internet sensation, and despite vocal opposition, the dog was put down. Was there another option?
— I'm a bone fide cat person -- I even rescued a feral and moved him across the country with me -- but then I met two Corgis named Walli and GusGus.
— When a neighbor's dog attacked a four-year-old boy, Tara the cat came to his rescue. Both are fine, but the dog faces euthanasia.
— The American Veterinary Medical Association reports that every year, more than 4.5 million people in the United States are victims of dog bites.
— When I get a dumb question about my dog, I'm SO tempted to use one of these comebacks.
— Do you believe that if a dog eats venison, he'll start chasing deer? Someone out there thinks so.
— After my Greyhound Vera confounded all my expectations, I learned an important lesson: Breed stereotyping affects more than just Pit Bulls.
— I give my dogs the best food possible, but some otherwise responsible owners I know don't bother. What do you feed your dogs?
— "I open what remains of my screen door to be met with the tiny little Chihuahua, whom we will now refer to as Cujo."
— A man forced to kill his own dog after a police shooting backs mandatory police training in nonlethal force when dealing with dogs.
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