As the end-of-the-year holidays approach, you may be inspired to create lots of edible goodies from your kitchen, as your loyal dog watches intently. No need to make your dog green with envy. Why not fortify him by treating him to some healthy green foods?
Independence Day is almost here, and while we humans may love a good fireworks display, our dogs (and other pets, too) may feel as if those loud, unpredictable sounds signal the coming of the end of the world.
What Halloween candies are toxic to dogs and what other traditions might spook your pup? Let’s review some common Halloween dangers for dogs and how to avoid them!
Do dogs hate Easter? From watching their humans feast on toxic, off-limits treats to wearing bunny ears, here are a few reasons dogs aren’t too crazy about this springtime holiday.
Our list of Irish dog breeds includes the Irish Setter, a pal to three U.S. presidents, and the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, the leprechaun of dogdom.
These dog-friendly holiday recipes for Turkey Stew, Cranberry-Apple Crisp, Sweet Potato Casserole and Gingerbread Cookies are something humans can eat, too.
Dogs and holiday guests don’t have to be a stressful situation. See these training tips — and which dogs to keep away from seasonal festivities altogether.
Are poinsettias poisonous to dogs? What about holly and mistletoe? Check our list and infographic of poisonous plants for dogs to watch this holiday season.
From glass ornaments to holiday baking, this time of year presents seasonal dangers to dogs. Here’s how to keep your home safe for dogs during the holidays.
Learning how to read your dog’s stress signals can help prevent dog bites during the busy holiday season. We illustrate some signals and what to do.
Holiday travel with your dog doesn’t have to be an anxiety-ridden misadventure. Here’s how to deal with everything from hotel stays to on-the-go grooming.
GhostBuster’s first Turkey Day in a houseful of dogs was more stressful for me than for him. Here’s how to navigate a multi-dog Thanksgiving with ease.