Choosing the right food for your dog can be a daunting task. Many of us have found ourselves overwhelmed standing in the pet food aisle, staring down a long line of bags, boxes, and cans, all promising to provide the very best and complete
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The Labrador Retriever has done it again. The American Kennel Club (AKC®) announced today that the intelligent, family friendly breed holds tight to the number one spot on the most popular list for the 24th consecutive year, continuing the longest reign as the nation’s
First there were dogs helping to carry in the groceries and now this! This is a Yellow Lab (appropriately named after the movie Frozen), Elsa shoveling snow from an ice-skating rink – all with a wagging tail and a smile on her face!
YouTube prank-playing jokester sensation, Jack Vale, took his antics to a new crowd… dogs! Along with a couple of fun-loving friends, Jack strapped squeakers to his shoes and hit up some dog-friendly locations including the dog park, a dog beach, and a boardwalk where they’d
Researchers at Newcastle University have hypothesized that a dog’s mood and behavior could be an indicator of their owner’s health. The project began when researchers developed a tracking system to monitor dogs’ activity. Using special sensors, the team can remotely monitor a dog’s entire
There are a few unavoidable and unfortunate circumstances that result in people having no choice but to rehome or surrender their dogs. Sadly, a vast majority of excuses are shameful, ridiculous, or downright idiotic. A dog is a part of the family, to be
When Mshindi, a Black Rhinoceros and resident of the Denver Zoo injured his foot, it meant spending a lot more time indoors and away from the excitement of his enclosure and the other animals living in it. So, as an effort to provide 21-year
When a group of dog-loving friends just weren’t thrilled with the selection of pet products available on the market, they decided to take matters into their own paws, creating a line of pet toys as unique and special as the dogs they share their
New York State Senator Kevin Parker and New York City Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras are asking the state legislature to pass a bill that would provide a tax credit to people who adopt animals from shelters. The bill proposes tax credits of $100 per animal adopted each year,
When Santa Fe Animal Control found Patrick along the side of the street, he was covered it cuts, punctures, and scratches. But, he wasn’t alone. Patrick was standing guard over another dog, presumably his littermate, who had been struck and killed by a car.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued an update on it’s ongoing jerky pet treat investigation in which more than 1,000 dogs died after eating chicken, duck, or sweet potato jerky-style treats imported from China, with thousands more – including several cats and