The Museum of Dog is an 8,000-square-foot museum located in North Adam, Massachusetts, that serves as a tribute to dogs and the joy they bring to human lives.
Let's be clear. Dog lipstick is a euphemism for dog penis, and most people don't like seeing it. But is a dog lipstick sighting ever something to bring to your vet's attention?
Dogs enjoy a little peanut butter as a treat, but can dogs eat nuts? Can dogs eat almonds, peanuts, pistachios and other nuts? Here's why the the answers aren't as simple as you think.
Ehrlichiosis is yet another tick-borne disease that you — and your dog — might be at risk at for. So, what are the symptoms of ehrlichiosis in dogs, and could your dog be in danger?
Why are the dumbest dog breeds considered "dumb"? Are the canines we refer to as the dumbest dogs just the ones who are harder for humans to train?
Have you ever wondered … “Can dogs get diabetes?” And if dogs can get diabetes, what are the symptoms of canine diabetes and how do you treat diabetes in dogs? Are some dogs more at risk for canine diabetes than others?
Can dogs get poison ivy? And can your dog give you poison ivy? What dogs are most at risk for poison ivy? Let’s learn some facts about poison ivy on dogs right here.
If you’ve ever wondered, “Why is my dog's stomach making noises,” you’re not alone. A vet tells us if your dog's stomach making noises is normal ... or a cause for concern.
Don't want to get married without your best friend — your dog — in attendance? We've found three dog-friendly wedding destinations and some helpful tips to consider before having your dog in your wedding.
A shaved dog seems like a no-brainer to keep your pup from suffering in the summer heat, right? Not exactly. Let’s talk about the situations where you should (and shouldn’t) shave your dog — and other ways to keep dogs cool instead.
If dog anal glands get excessively full or impacted, they can become infected or even rupture. Let's look at some common dog anal gland issues, how to treat them — and what to do to stop them before they start.
Heat stroke in dogs can occur for a variety of reasons — and your four-legged friend is especially susceptible since he might be pushing himself or staying out in the heat to please you. Here’s how to recognize the symptoms of heat stroke in dogs and how to prevent it in the first place.