Selecting nutritious dog food for your service dog or family pet isn’t easy. Labels are confusing and the wrong choice can be downright dangerous.
The book and film “A Dog’s Purpose” leads one of our contributors to ask (and answer): “What is a Service Dog’s Purpose?”
Behavior problems preclude many service dogs from completing their training AND are the primary reason dogs end up in shelters. Tom Clarke, Marketing Manager for the Australian company, “Greyhounds as Pets,” has composed a brilliant infographic outlining and simplifying this serious problem.
People often grieve deeply when they lose their dog. But the opposite may be no less true. Here are some signs of a grieving dog and ways to help.
We now know there is science behind the oft-observed phenomenon that people tend to look like their dogs (or is it the other way around?). But dogs have more in common with us than we may realize. Read on to discover some of these similarities.
Watch a service dog in action. A 2nd video shows the impact of one child with autism when he gets a service dog named Gus.
A photographic tribute to our love for dogs. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Pit Sitters are becoming more popular. But, oh boy, do they have stories to tell! Included is a recommendation for our favorite local pet sitter.
Freelance writer Jenny Holt describes the best place to get a dog: at an animal shelter. You may think you are rescuing a dog, but the dog may actually be rescuing you!
Consider these astrological signs to explain your service dog or pet dog’s personality.
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- Review: The Best Food for Your Dog (Did yours make the list?)
- A Service Dog’s Purpose
- Solving Dog Behavior Problems
- Help for Grieving Dogs
- Man and Man’s Best Friend: We’re More Similar Than We Think
- Service Dogs in Action
- Happy Valentine’s Day!
- Pet Sitter For Hire
- Rescue Dogs Can Save You Too!
- What Zodiac signs tell us about your dog