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Loving & Losing a Senior Dog

Loving & Losing a Senior Dog

Category: Inspire
In December of 2009 a large black dog ran past my house and into my pine forest. I pulled on boots and a coat and walked into the woods whistling for the black streak that had run past my window. The wind was howling and the tall pines were creaking. There was no dog. I turned to walk back to the house when out of the shadowy pines stepped a large black dog with a striking gray face. I spoke to him but he turned away. I started back to the house and he followed me. This was the beginning of my love affair with a big, old, black dog named Buck. more
Second Chance Dogs

Second Chance Dogs

Category: Inspire
You’d never guess that Zach Skow almost died six years ago. The handsome thirty-something is typically seen skateboarding, running up California hillsides to train for marathons, and volunteering in his community with dogs he’s rescued for his nonprofit, Marley’s Mutts. But Skow spent his 29th birthday in the hospital, his liver failing from years of alcohol abuse. Doctors told him he would die without a liver transplant, but that he would have to be sober for six months to even qualify. more
Meet the Newbies to the Westminster Kennel Club

Meet the Newbies to the Westminster Kennel Club

Category: Breeds
The Coton de Tulear The Coton de Tulear is a very hardy small-sized (8 to 13 pounds), long-coated companion. Happy and clownish, the breed is eager to please and very loyal. Meaning “cotton” in French, the Coton de Tulear has a soft, white coat. more
Ask A Trainer

Ask A Trainer

Category: Dog Training
Learn Your Dog’s Triggers more
How I Met My Dog: ...And Then There Was Artie

How I Met My Dog: ...And Then There Was Artie

Category: Dog Life
I used to live in a 30th floor condo in Atlanta, Georgia. I’d see my neighbours travel 30 floors down with their dogs to go “potty” or take a walk. I would shake my head when I’d see them out with their dogs in the snow or rain or intense heat wondering why normal, seemly intelligent people would do this. I was sure glad that wasn’t me. And then there was Artie. more

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