We have posted many times about the problems created by fake service dogs demanding the benefits that real service animals deserve. It’s ridiculously easy to go online and buy vests, . . .
People love dogs, and meeting a new pooch and sharing a moment of touch can offer great joy. But service dogs are not regular dogs because they often have important jobs to do; if we. . .
When you bring a new dog into your home, you’d like to think that you fall in love with him or her immediately. But, as Margot Ahlquist admits in a compelling essay on dogster.com, things. . .
Sometimes, all it takes is one person to stop and take notice for a dog’s life to be changed for the better. Such was the case for Pupperoni, a sweet young dog whose owner had decided to. . .
While much of the media was focused on the horrible dog-meat festival in China last week, some preferred to highlight a much different event in neighboring Nepal. The second day of the. . .
Summer means increased thunderstorm activity across the country, and many dogs struggle when the sky starts booming. Here are some great tips from meteorologist Eric Sorenson, who. . .
“Little Ricky”—who was plucked from a Chinese slaughterhouse just days before he was to have been sent the meat market as part of an annual dog meat festival in Yulin, China—arrived. . .
We have posted many times about military working dogs (MWD): about their bravery, their loyalty, their relationship with their handler, and what happens after their service is over. A new film, . . .