How to be Flea and Tick-free

Category: Health
For your dog’s wellbeing and happiness, it’s extremely important to keep him free from parasites such as fleas and ticks, which can pose serious health risks to your pet. Fleas and ticks feed off the host animal’s blood—in this case, your dog—transferring dangerous microorganisms, which can cause Lyme disease (a tissue disease) or Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Anaplasmosis (both infections of the blood), among others. more

Dogs' Past Lives and Secrets Revealed

Category: Dog Life
Like most people, I thought I knew my dog. For years, Esther has shadowed my every move, and this time spent together had given me fair insight into her personality. Or so I thought. more
Tips & Tricks to Help Shy Dogs Come out of Their Shell

Tips & Tricks to Help Shy Dogs Come out of Their Shell

Category: Dog Training
How to build confidence in a timid, shy dog! Tied outside the entrance of a café, the young Border Collie-mix paced and panted. An approaching couple, assuming that a dog tethered outside of a café would be friendly, moved toward him to say hello. But before they could get within five feet, he erupted into a frenzy of barks and shrieks and then urinated. The dog’s person rushed out, coffee in hand. “Sorry—he’s a bit shy,” she said, the dog cowering into her. Untying the dog, she quickly led him away down the street. more

Stars Turn Out to Support Animal Causes

Category: Dog Life
This year’s Best Friends Animal Society's annual Strut Your Mutt fundraiser was the place to be! This walk for a cause is all about saving lives—every day more than 9,000 dogs and cats are killed in shelters simply because they don’t have a place to call home. more

Joe Biden’s Rescue Dog to Receive “Indoguration”

Category: Dog Life
January 17th will see the first ever virtual “Indoguration” as Joe Biden’s rescue pooch, Major, is welcomed to the White House. more


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Meet: Beau