Can Dogs Be Right or Left-Pawed?

Category: Dog Life
Just like people, dogs have a dominant paw. To determine which is your dog’s preferred paw, simply observe him for a while. Wait for your dog to paw at you, scratch the door, shake a hand, or retrieve at a toy from under the couch, and a preference should emerge. more

“COVID Dogs” in Training to Detect Virus

Category: Dog Training
Can specially-trained dogs sniff out COVID-19 in humans before symptoms appear? That’s what researchers in the United Kingdom want to find out. more
The German Shepherd VS The Belgian Malinois

Commonly Confused Breeds: The German Shepherd VS The Belgian Malinois

Category: Breeds
Can you tell the difference between a German Shepherd and a Belgian Malinois? These lookalike breeds are easy to confuse. more
Benefits of Goat Milk

Benefits of Goat Milk

Category: Health
Despite North America’s bias toward cow’s milk, one of the most widely consumed milks in the world is from goats. Though still not commonly consumed in the western world, goat milk is slowly gaining in popularity as people recognize its host of nutritional benefits for people and pets. In addition to adding much needed moisture to a kibble diet, it’s rich in omegas and medium chain triglycerides, providing fatty acids for healthy skin and coat. more
The Sweet Smell of Something Other Than Wet Dog

The Sweet Smell of Something Other Than Wet Dog

Category: Dog Life
During a recent trip to Los Angeles to attend FOX’s Cause for Paws event, we stayed at the Sofitel Beverly Hills and every time we walked into the lobby, it smelled amazing. Finally, we asked the concierge, “What is that delightful scent?” The answer was an Air Aroma diffuser circulating a fig fragrance. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Thor