— When I brought Grissom home, my Springer Spaniel, Charlie, wanted nothing to do with him. It's been a years-long effort to bring them together.
— My Pit Bull has ears that flop back. They aren't signaling anger or discomfort. That's just the way his ears are!
— As medical marijuana becomes more common, some vendors are starting to recommend it for dogs. Do their products promise too much?
— For National Pet Day, our writers share how their dogs came into their lives and what impact they've had. Let's hear about your dogs, too!
— Proposed changes would make almost all of the 80,000-acre Golden Gate National Recreation Area off-limits to unleashed dogs.
— The airline can now monitor dog kennel temperature and location by GPS. Would you pay for such a service? Should you even have to?
— I brought the little rock into our bed, but now the big rock wants to sleep with us, too.
— In honor of Happiness Day, here are five ways my Finley shows she's the happiest dog in the world.
— My dog Riggins has tons of facial expressions -- here's what I imagine he's trying to say.
— A San Diego police officer killed Burberry the Pit Bull, a friendly service animal. His owner wants to prevent such horrible acts from happening again.
— My beloved Tina passed away last year, and these five songs are forever linked with her memory.
— Hulk may be a wonderful dog, but he should not be presented as the face of Pit Bulls.
— The Dogster team grew up with pups, and they helped make us who we are today. Hear how, then tell us about your childhood dogs.
— My dog Riggins loves most folks, but there are a few he distrusts -- at first sight, smell, or sound.
— I brought our little rescue pup, Marshmallow, into our bed to ease her nightmares, and now our big dog, GhostBuster, wants to sleep with us, too.
— A few years ago, I was the one getting complaints about my dog, so I try to hold my tongue now when someone's dog is driving me crazy.
— Coldwell Banker's commercial during the Oscars got me thinking about dogs in ads -- starting with that abomination known as Spuds MacKenzie.
— Published just weeks before Westminster, the social critic and former dog walker's latest book challenges long-held beliefs about purebred dogs.
— When the vet bills pile up, GoFundMe, Plumfund, and PetChance allow you to ask friends and family for financial help through social media. Is that okay, or would you never?
— Dogs can teach us valuable lessons about love and relationships -- and Valentine's Day is the perfect time to learn them.
— Less than five percent of owners attend a training class with their dog. We offer resources for the majority who don't.
— February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness month, so let's talk about the best ways to educate others.
— Caring for my most challenging dog client is still more enjoyable than cold calling. Have you considered changing jobs to one that involved animals?
— They can help some "imperfect" dogs find their perfect homes -- and my little Marshmallow is proof it works.
— If you want to lose the leash, follow these tips to keep your dogs and others around you safe.
— Experts say dogs don't like to hug, but my Trucker hugs everyone. Does your dog like to hug or be hugged?
— When it comes to hugs, comfort, and overall goofy happiness, I pick big dogs. Here's why.
— When my German Shepherd, Hugo, died, it felt like a part of me had been clawed out and torn away. I talked to a pet-loss expert -- here's what she said.
— I'm lucky my pups leave me a little sliver to sleep on each night. Do your dogs sleep with you? Where on the bed?
— The No. 1 reason? Puppies are often given as Christmas gifts, and the first 20 weeks are crucial for training.
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