Have you ever stopped to consider what your dog’s name says about you and your feelings about him or her? An article on The Dodo takes a look at the list of most popular dog names from. . .
It’s a tough question for some: If you had to choose between your dog and your significant other, which one would get kicked to the curb? According to a recent poll, 38% of respondents picked. . .
It’s no secret that Pit Bulls engender a lot of controversy because of their perceived aggressiveness. Many communities around the country have used breed-specific legislation. . .
By Kelly Diehl, DVM, MS
Science Writer, Morris Animal Foundation
Tune in to your favorite television news or pick up a newspaper, and chances are you’ll find articles related to stem cells. Stem cells were first identified nearly 40 years ago, but in the last two decades scientists have begun to discover how to harness the power of these unique cells to treat disease, particularly in the fields of orthopedics and organ regeneration….
San Diego, California—Since they adopted their first senior dog, Ally and her family—who foster for Lionel’s Legacy in San Diego—have continued to look for older rescue dogs. The experience. . .
Here’s a wonderful essay by artist Ed Felker about he realized that his dog Finn’s incredible ability to express love and calm with strangers could be a sort of calling: . . .
We post a lot about big issues and national stories, but sometimes the smallest act of kindness can have the most impact. On Monday, a couple was strolling down the street, when they came. . .
Pepper is a little Blue Heeler who was lucky enough to be saved by the kindness of the Catahoula Rescue of New England with some help from an Orvis Customer Matching Grant to the Petfinder Foundation.
It was the night before Pepper was to be put down at a rural shelter in Louisiana when the good folks at Catahoula learned of his plight….