When you bring a new dog into your home, you’d like to think that you fall in love with him or her immediately. But, as Margot Ahlquist admits in a compelling essay on dogster.com, things. . .
Sometimes, all it takes is one person to stop and take notice for a dog’s life to be changed for the better. Such was the case for Pupperoni, a sweet young dog whose owner had decided to. . .
While much of the media was focused on the horrible dog-meat festival in China last week, some preferred to highlight a much different event in neighboring Nepal. The second day of the. . .
Summer means increased thunderstorm activity across the country, and many dogs struggle when the sky starts booming. Here are some great tips from meteorologist Eric Sorenson, who. . .
“Little Ricky”who was plucked from a Chinese slaughterhouse just days before he was to have been sent the meat market as part of an annual dog meat festival in Yulin, Chinaarrived. . .
We have posted many times about military working dogs (MWD): about their bravery, their loyalty, their relationship with their handler, and what happens after their service is over. A new film, . . .
When you think about it, dog’s feet are really incredibly tough. Consider all the potentially hazardous things you’ve seen your dog run over or through without incurring injury. But this should not create a false sense of security. That’s why everyone should read Diana Laverdue’s article on dogster about how to keep. . .
When humans bring a dog into their lives, they are most often looking for a companion; what they may not realize is that they are getting a teacher as well. Every single day, dogs teach us . . .
Dallas-based photographer Silvia Elzafon has worked with local animals shelters as a way to make their dogs more attractive for adoption. Her images are quite wonderful, really capturing the . . .