Some dogs are just delightfully drooly … but does dog slobber ever indicate a condition that should warrant your vet’s attention? Watch out for these factors.
The Beagle Freedom Bill helps save the lives of dogs and cats who have been used for research. Delaware just became the eighth state to pass this bill.
What kind of puppy is the best fit for my lifestyle? Who's responsible for taking care of the puppy? Here's what to consider when coming up with a new puppy checklist.
Why is your dog running around the house after a bath or a walk? It could be something known as frapping or the zoomies. Let's take a closer look at this behavior.
Genetic testing in dogs can now predict if your dog is at risk for developing certain genetic diseases. The study also sheds some insight on genetic diseases in mixed-breed vs. purebred dogs.
Bacon is a meaty, mouthwatering favorite for most humans … but can dogs eat bacon, too? And if dogs can eat bacon, what dos and don’ts should we keep in mind?
Looking for ways to help our canine friends who are deaf or hard-of-hearing? We take a look at organizations focused on deaf dogs — and how you can give back to these special-needs puppers, too.
Dogs are notorious for eating or swallowing things they shouldn’t … which can cause bowel obstructions! Here’s what pup parents need to know about bowel obstruction in dogs.
Do dogs have nightmares? And if dogs do have nightmares, what can we do about them? Let’s look into what dogs dream about, plus how they dream and how they sleep.