— Operation Houston wants to map the city's nearly one million stray dogs in order to guide rescuers to their locations and better address the problem.
— Finley paces, barks, and becomes destructive when we leave her home alone. Will a software program help keep her calm?
— These companies show there's a better way to treat our dogs like family -- give them products like ours!
— It features a hot tub, treadmill, wall-mounted tablet, snack station, and artificial grass. Want one for your pup? Sorry, the company only made one.
— Swipe right for "cute." Or you can swipe left for "not," but do you have the heart to be so mean?
— Charlie and Cristina Saunders were so inspired by a walk they took with a shelter dog, they're building a website so you can easily do the same.
— The bespoke design is meant to make the luxury car friendlier to dogs. But does it do anything besides throw in expensive gimmicks?
— We chat with one of the creators, dog trainer Jill Breitner, about the reason for the app: to reduce dog bites and resulting euthanasia.
— 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?
— Found Animals will award five $2,500 grants to spay/neuter groups that use the #50shadesofspay hashtag on Facebook this month.
— Last year, Sony stopped producing parts for its iconic Aibo electronic dog. Owners now struggle to keep their aging pets in good health without the company's support.
— Here are 11 digital diversions -- both long-loved favorites and new items -- to give as gifts or keep for yourself.
— Microchips should be backup ID for lost dogs, but some dog owners don't use them properly.
— David Zimmerman gets digital stuff back when a faithful canine friend slobbers all over a laptop.
— A team of scientists may have figured out the algorithm that describes how dogs herd sheep. Do we want to replace sheepdogs with machines?
— The company's Fetch harness holds two cameras at once and is designed for comfort.
— Microchips are a great way to bring your dog home, but a new company might have yet another tool for you: Facial recognition software.
— Ten dogs draw thousands of matches in just a few days, and they're starting to get adopted.
— The BarkBuddy iPhone app shows you dogs in shelters nearest you, providing a fun way to connect you with dogs who need homes.
— With a Whistle, you can track your dog's playtime, check on him while you're away, and share info on social media. We have one to give away.
— CleverPet is an electronic dog game that rewards your dog with kibble for being crafty.
— She was found wandering canyons in rural California but now walks among the tech elite with ReadWrite Editor Owen Thomas.
— Because you can never have too many smiling dogs on your smartphone.
— This toy can intermittently deliver treats for as long as nine hours; it's available for pre-order.
— I believe so, but only where real dogs aren't appropriate; they're machines, not sentient beings.
— The device introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show could give vets valuable long-term data.
— I can't help being cynical about people who are out to separate dog lovers from their cash.
— Entertain, feed, and check on your dog while you're not home.
— And now, some high-tech gift ideas for the 21st-century dog in your life.
— Spy on your dogs from another room or miles away with this cool device. Enter to win one.
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