From the local hardware store to the vet’s office, I regularly deal with people who assume the worst about my sweet Axle because of a dog breed stereotype.
All dogs 8 weeks and older must have an identity microchip. If not, their owners face a hefty fine. We should consider following the U.K.’s example.
Threats by officials in a Chinese district to kill people’s pets sparked outrage on social media, but overall the country’s attitude toward dogs is improving.
A Phoenix law prohibits pet stores from selling dogs from any professional breeder. Is that the right answer to a complex problem?
People, as a fellow dog lover, I just have one simple request from you: Don’t let your dog hang half his body — or even his head — outside the car window.
As an animal advocate, I believe the content of the video, and the video itself, are potentially dangerous, not adorable. What do you think?
I won’t mince words: People who ignore leash laws are selfish, ignorant, and have a strong sense of entitlement. Are you with me or not?
The mockumentary “Sniffers” advertises an STI home-testing kit. That could be a good thing, but the ad uses stigma to sell the product.
A Facebook group plans to demonstrate in all state capitols tomorrow. But have they done the groundwork to pull it off?