This week's featured shelter dog is a dachshund mix named Chloe. Keep reading to learn more about this sweet little girl after the jump.
This week's featured shelter dog is Tabasco, a Australian Cattle Dog (also known as a red heeler.) Read more to find out if Tabasco is the right match for you!
We all know the saying that dogs are man's best friend, but what about their loyalty to each other? Watch the video now and get the touching story of this loyal spaniel after the jump.
Should Texans be forced to buy insurance for their dogs? One lawmaker thinks so. Keep reading to find out who and to get Chad's thoughts.
Bringing home a new puppy can be an exciting event for any family, however you’ll soon realize it’s not all fun and games. Read on to learn a little on expect during the first few weeks after bringing your furry friend home, plus a few tips on how to puppy-proof your home.
Ok, so you’ve evaluated your life and decided you can commit the necessary time to a new puppy. You’ve finally found a breeder and now you’re ready to bring the furry little fellow home with you. What do you do now? Read more to find out what supplies you’ll need, and a few tips to keep from breaking the bank.
I am a college student and I love dogs. I would love to have a dog, but at the same time, I know that I could not be able to properly tend to and take care of the dog the way it deserves. This is a message I want to get out to more college kids
This morning while I was going through different news articles, I came across a story about possible health problems with people who sleep next to their pets. The article is from the USA Today and be viewed here.
I'm a pet owner. I've got a Beagle at home and for the most part she is a great dog. I love dogs and think that if you can be responsible, you should get a dog. However, I don't treat my dog like a human. (more after the jump)
Let’s say you’ve decided you want a puppy. Better yet, you’ve decided what breed of dog you want to buy. Finding a breeder may not be as easy as it sounds. You can’t just open up the phone book and find a listing. Finding a breeder capable of providing you with a puppy can take weeks, even months, depending on the breed. (more after the jump)
Not too long ago, I made the big decision to move out of my parent’s house. I was, of course, excited beyond measure. However, after about the first week, I realized living on your own could get kind of lonely. My roommate’s work schedule meant she was usually gone, and there wasn’t always someone available to get coffee with me. So, I made the decision to buy a dog.