It’s often heart-breaking to look into our pooch’s sad eyes every time we leave for work or school. Let’s face it, as much as we’d prefer staying home with our dogs instead of spending that time away, it’s almost impossible to avoid leaving our
We all have our own ideas about who is the best dog in the world. And, if you ask Amelia the Brittany Spaniel, she’s got her own answer, too.
by Nicola Reynor A lot has been said about how owning a pet is not essentially a green idea. We don’t agree. The way things are set up, few things that are a part of our daily lives are green on their own; we
Trainer Kevin Duggan of All Dogs Go To Kevin LLC and author of the popular “Ask the Trainer” column on The Dogington Post joins us for another exciting Merrick Pet Care’s Dogington University webinar series that focuses on Training and Treats! In part 1, Kevin discussed
It’s so very frustrating when a celebrity not only misses a huge opportunity to advocate for animal rescue, but also goes far off the deep end in the opposite direction. Such was the case on Friday when Paris Hilton plunked down five figures for a
One of the many first decisions you have to make as a dog parent is to determine the right dog food to provide for your new furry family, how much food to give your new pet, as well as how often to feed him.
We’re all familiar with drug-sniffing dogs, seeing-eye dogs, and search and rescue dogs – but there are quite a few medical contributions from dogs that might surprise you! From seizure and pregnancy detection to sniffing out cancer, these medically trained dogs are amazing. In
A Hawaii family is furious and demanding answers after police shot their dog – then refused to allow any member of the family to take him to a veterinarian for emergency care. About a week ago in Kalihi, Hawaii, HPD officers responded to a
Ready to grin big? It’s Grover the Pug’s first time in a ball pit – and he’s clearly found a new favorite pasttime! Just try to watch without smiling!
by Caroline Ashford This week I spoke with a man who alleges that his dog nearly died from the food he was feeding. He told me the story of what happened to him, and provided two videos; one that shows his dog while being
Dear Kevin, My husband and I have lived apart last year due to our jobs with homeland security. He is moving to my home with his 10 month old female (crazy, but sweet) Weimaraner named Emma. I recently rescued an 8 month old Staffordshire stray