Engaging in dog sports with your canine companion can be an immensely satisfying experience. There are lots of ways to get started in a calm and relaxed environment.
Learn about citywide efforts across the country as nearly 40 shelters have implemented community-supported programs to keep pets out of shelters and reduce euthanasia rates.
By analyzing body mass, long bone length and genetics, researchers at the University of Bristol have revealed breeds with increased and reduced odds of osteosarcoma (an aggressive bone cancer).
Who would have thought a dog and a butterfly could be friends? Meet Milo the Butterfly King! The 3-year-old Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever has forged an unusual friendship with the monarch butterflies that call his garden home.
The steps it takes for a dog to find his perfect adopted family forces him to rely on a number of different types of loving humans. Sophie Gamand, Lisa Lemieux and Bobby Humphreys are three such people.
Sometimes life in the city can be ruff! There are always things to see and do, but that can be a little bit overwhelming for our canine companions. If you’re thinking about bringing your dog into the city, or if you’re moving to a new urban area with your dog, check out these survival tips for both of you.
Integrating a new dog into a household with an existing dog can be tricky, but most dogs successfully ease into the transition if given the right kind of guidance from the start.
Your dog has thoughts and feelings. Complicated thoughts and feelings. What if he could express them in ways other than dogspeak? What if he could take to the Twitterverse?
Jesse Freidin, Lili Chin and Dr. Marty Goldstein all had dog-related careers that taught them the importance of the bond between a dog and his owner. They harnessed this knowledge and found a way to share it with others through books.
Sharing the joy and love of being on the water stand-up paddleboarding with your dog can be fun, especially if your dog loves water. Here’s how to do it.
It’s 3 a.m., and you’re sound asleep. Suddenly, your dog is coughing. Or is he gagging? Wait! Is he choking?! You leap out of bed to check on him, and he’s already gone back to sleep. Dogs make all kinds of funny noises, and most don’t signal a problem. So when should you be concerned?