Denver voters overturn key parts of the city’s 30-year ban on Pit Bulls. Here’s what it means for Breed-Specific Legislation
There have been many dogs in the White House, but only Franklin D. Roosevelt’s beloved Scottie, Fala, has his own statue! Let’s learn more about FDR’s famous dog!
We’re often asked what we believe here at Dogster HQ. Well, we’ll share if you will, and we’ll even go first.
Riggins provided me with emotional support on election night, just as he has during other challenging times.
New York State Assemblyman Ken Debrowski hopes to change that in his state by ending breed-specific housing guidelines.
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.
A new bill would add harsh punishments to the Islamic stigma of having pet dogs.
Duke’s post is honorary, but he gets a year of kibble and media love; he’s quite photogenic.
Too many dogs have been shot and killed by police for no good reason, and it illustrates a broader pattern of abuse that targets humans.
The ad by South Africa’s Feed a Child charity means well but ultimately draws on the country’s legacy of white supremacy.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been even more controversial than Mickey the Pit Bull in his time. As of yesterday, Mickey will make his new home in Arpaio’s jail.
A city leader wants to follow Ipswich, Massachusetts, in considering DNA testing as a way to catch and stop dog-poop scofflaws.
Federal employees are staying home, and around Capitol Hill, dog walkers are working a lot less.
An online loophole gets closed, and more breeders are subject to federal oversight. It’s about time.
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area seems to have it out for canines and their owners.
The ballot initiative involves labeling requirements for food — and dog food — that contains genetically modified organisms.
What percent are you? Who’s got the dog vote? Who’s running in 2016?
Every year, thousands of canines are dropped off at shelters before their owners head off on holiday.
I kept going back to Margaret Atwood’s dystopian classic about the oppression and subjugation of women — and the parallels are chilling.
The nonviolent dog has been killed by the Belfast City Council, despite efforts of a two-year campaign to save him.
As the deadline for legal appeals closes in, Lennox faces his end at the hands of Belfast City Council. Brace yourself.
Rule No. 47, Editor’s Handbook: Do not accept money from PR people to buy a new dog. Don’t mess this up!
Runway to Win unleashes a collection of designer dog duds to raise funds for the Obama 2012 campaign.
San Francisco’s WOOF program pairs homeless dogs with borderline-homeless people.
Mickey may help a PTSD-afflicted vet relax, but he’s on the wrong side of an NYC co-op.
Grooming may seem like an easy-breezy profession, with shampoo in the eyes or an uneven haircut being about the only consequences of a grooming error….
Just a friendly reminder to our Dogster friends in the U.S. to cast your ballot tomorrow (November 2). There are lots of important issues out…
It amazes me that all states do not have laws to regulate dog breeders, but they don’t. Wisconsin is one of the states with no…
Regardless of what you thought of Sen. Ted Kennedy one thing can’t be disputed, he loved dogs. Throughout his long political career he worked on…
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Breed-Specific Laws Make Housing Most Difficult for the Poor