Consider these astrological signs to explain your service dog or pet dog’s personality.
Do you like to dress up your pup for Halloween? Here’s what he or she really thinks about that! Includes safety tips along with great photos from Gloria Yarina.
From the files of MyMagicDog.com, here are some stories to give you a couple chuckles, and a little reminder of how our clever dogs (be they a service, working dog or companion pet), can get us into a whole host of trouble!
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Standing in line behind a woman in a wheelchair, I was fascinated by the service dog attached to her. Knowing how difficult it is to get through a busy day without having to answer questions from curious onlookers like me, I quietly studied the animal trying to decipher what breed he was. Pale, almost cream […]
Magic Numbers can be fun as well as useful and there’s much more to them than you might imagine. Amaze your friends with these numbers and fun facts!
Is your service dog right-pawed or left-pawed? According to the Institute for the Study of Animal Problems in Washington D.C., dogs (and cats, too), like people, are either right-handed or left-handed, or in this case, they favor either their right or left paws. And why would it matter? Current research at the Veterinary Neurology Center […]
Why do dogs, including trained service dogs, bury bones?
10 Million Reasons to Walk Your Dog: A couple out walking their dog in Northern California stumbled across a modern-day goldmine: 10 million dollars worth of rare, mint-condition gold coins buried in the shadow of an old tree. . . [Article includes the rest of this story and several other recent, news worthy, dog stories].
Does a dog’s wagging tale tell us how he’s feeling? Scientists think they may have unlocked a key to the emotional communication of a dog’s wagging tail. Most of us know that a wagging tail expresses not only happiness but a host of emotions. In 2007, Italian researchers reported that a wag to the left […]