Lots of folks here at Orvis take Halloweeb pretty seriously, so here’s a look at what’s going on around the building today. Our colleague Betsy Lauren brought her sweet rescue dog Zoey, in a. . .
We’ve all seen the sorry look that our dogs give us when they know that they’ve done something wrong. (Or is it that they know they’re going to be punished?) Here’s a video that posits what could happen if they could. . .
From a dog’s perspective, Halloween can be a pretty scary time: there are lots of strangers about, many dressed in frightening costumes; the dog’s home is constantly being invaded; and the. . .
Every dog owner has wondered, “Why does he [or she] do that?” Probably more than once. An interesting article on Care2.com seeks to provide explanations for 6 common dog behaviors, from rolling in. . .
I have never seen anything like this. This little dog is fine while sitting on his owner’s lap, but when the younger man picks him up, the pooch absolutely freezes. Is this a fear response? If so, . . .
This is extremely cute and speaks to the special bond between young Henry Miller and his beloved dog, Banjo. For the past few years, Henry and Banjo have created Halloween costumes that. . .
This is just crazy: A dog who has served bravely in eastern North Carolina since 2008 is being kept on the job, even though Karr’s veterinarian says that he needs to retire. He is a past cancer sufferer, and he was injured on the job in 2013. But when his partner, . . .
Folks who live in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, saw him for months: a little black dog who seemed to own the streets. No one knew where he came from, and he was capable of disappearing in an instant. Eventually, two local women decided to try to capture what had become known as. . .
After nearly 30 years major player in the world of commercial and sports photography, photographer Jane Sobel Klonsky now lives in rural Vermont with her husband and two therapy dogs, Charlie and Sam, as well as two cats. In fact, her home is just one town over from. . .
Writing on the Mother Nature Network takes on 11 of the cliches that dog owners often utter about their pets. According to author Jaymi Heimbuch, not only are some of these dangerous, but many of them are simply wrong: “When it comes to dogs, owners sometimes have. . .