What Can Your Dog Teach You About Leadership?

Craig Cincotta with this wife and three dogs: Fenway, Lady and Stella.
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An article in Entrepreneur magazine by Craig Cincotta, a vice president of brand communications at Porch, describes how his dogs have taught him some useful lessons that he has applied to life in. . .

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Maryland Church Opens Its Doors to Dogs

Pastor Albert Deal sits with his dog, Holly, at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Smithsburg, Maryland.
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A church in Smithsburg, Maryland, has a great new idea to encourage folks to come to Sunday services: they can now bring their dogs along (one Sunday a month, at. . .

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German Authorities Offer Reprieve to Dog Who Serves as “Caretaker” for Disabled Boy

Tascha spends most of every day with Dylan, whose parents say that the dog calms him.
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Last week, authorities in Germany were calling for a Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Tascha to be put down because she bit a neighbor’s dog in a curbside scuffle. Under breed-specific legislation, Staffies are classified as a fighting dog in the state of Brandenburg, where

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Health Tips: 8 Natural Remedies for Dog Anxiety

A story on Care2.com offers some helpful tips for folks whose dogs suffer from anxiety. Many rescue dogs, especially, suffer from anxiety, as a result of mistreatment, and if you have ever spent time with such a dog, you know how heartbreaking, frustrating, and. . .

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Know Your Dog: New Study Unlocks Some of the Secrets of Tail Wagging

Does it matter which way are those tails wagging?
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One of the first things a person learns about dogs is that they wag their tails when they are happy. While this is true, it turns out that the tail motion conveys a lot more information. An article on NPR.com describes a recent study that explored how. . .

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