Marnie the dog is not your typical model: her tilted head and too-long tongue would not win her any ribbons at a dog show, for sure. But the little Shih Tzu’s personality and willingness to. . .
It’s been common knowledge for years that having dogs in the house can make a child less likely to develop certain allergies. But did you know that having a dog may also have significant. . .
Charlie the Skye terrier earned the title of Best in Show at this year’s National Dog Show Presented by Purina, which aired Thursday on NBC. The four-and-a-half-year-old pooch. . .
Who says that the only time you can get dressed up is Halloween? The folks over at lifewithdogs.tv have dug up a series of super-cute photos of dogs wearing costumes for Thanksgiving. Both. . .
Most dog owners are pretty aware of how human foods can adversely affect dogs, but sometimes our resolve slips around the holidays. Add to this that our guests may want to give the dog a. . .
Written by: Jane Sobel Klonsky, Project Unconditional
[Editor’s Note: Last year, we posted about Project Unconditional, focusing on the relationships between people and their senior dogs, by Vermont photographer Jane Sobel Klonsky. She has graciously offered to share more of her images with us.]
Manchester, Vermont—Robin Lane has had Lila since the pup was just three months old, and now, at 13, the sweet Pug loves to ride on Robin’s bicycle. “How could I go for a bike ride without. . .
Last November, Marshall and Addie Burnette got married atop a snowy mountain in Tennessee, and their dog, Ryder, provided a unique perspective on the nuptials: . . .
Although he doesn’t realize it, Tristan is a very lucky dog. Tristan was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, an aggressive type of bone cancer, in June 2014. Even with treatment, most dogs die within a year of diagnosis.
But Tristan is still going strong more than 16 months later and his owner, Gail McCensky, has made it her mission to give Tristan an adventure-filled life. One of Tristan’s favorite activities is a monthly lunch club for him and his “lady friends.”…
The following story was sent to us by Orvis customer Bill Gorgas. It’s a beautiful example of how dogs touch our lives and inspire us to do great things. Here’s Bill’s story:
It all began during Easter weekend in 2014. My wife, Barbara, casually mentioned a story in the local newspaper about two Golden Retrievers, Chase, age 11 and Clancy, age 8, who needed a new home. They belonged to the Monsignor of the local church who was moving to a nursing home and couldn’t take the dogs with him. Since Chase and Clancy were brothers and had always lived together, they also had to be adopted together. Soon after, we officially became their new adoptive parents….