Since he was created in 1932, Goofy has proved one of Disney’s most enduring and popular characters. After 85 years, though, fans continue to wonder: Is Goofy a dog? A dog? A cow? A wolf?
Actress Lisa Linke’s two pups inspired her to get involved with other rescue-dog efforts — and incorporate her love of canines into her comedic work.
The doorbell rings, your dog goes wild and soon visitors are flattened against the wall. If you’re experiencing issues with dog jumping, we’ve got advice.
Actor Jonathan Slavin is a pet parent to four dogs, six cats, a cockatoo, a tortoise and a pig! Here are the incredible stories behind his rescue dogs.
Dr. Diarra Blue met Dr. Aubrey Ross and Dr. Michael Lavigne at Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. Now the trio practices together and stars in their own reality TV series.
So many cartoon dogs, so little time! Here’s a survey of canines from comics and cartoons from 1929-2007! Name a famous animated dog off the top of your head! Are any of them on our list?
The Cleveland Browns defensive tackle credits his dogs with helping him find stability and peace after the 2011 murder of his brother.
Pete the Pit Bull mix helped the comedian, actor, and musician get ready for the human child who now shares their home. He said thank you by putting the dog on his first album cover.
The dog-themed film festival is going on a national tour. We met some famous rescue dogs and their people at a celebrity pup party.
Dog groomer Jess Rona tells us how she came to direct the Canadian indie-rock band’s “100x” video, which turned out beautifully thanks to its canine stars.
Bad Newz Kennels no longer exists, but the player’s property still has sheds where dog fighting took place. Now, it also has a grove filled with dogwoods to honor his victims.
Lily Tomlin’s revival of Ernestine the Operator for a PETA video may be funny, but PETA is still built on exploiting humans and animals alike.
Jennifer Coolidge, 50 Cent, and Krysten Ritter are among the famous friends taking part in the 150th anniversary campaign — and you can get involved, too!
From Victoria Stilwell to Brandon McMillan, none of our favorites on TV and online use force or fear to train dogs.
In a recent “Cesar 911” episode, Millan put a pig in a yard with a dog who had killed pigs before. Both the animals suffered, and his opponents called for and got action.
The “Vampire Diaries” and “Twilight” stars spent Valentine’s Day as the Mardi Paws Celebrity Grand Monarchs — they’re also year-round dog lovers and animal welfare supporters.