Is Your Dog Overweight?

Category: Health
If you are spending more time at home, you  are getting to enjoy more togetherness with your dog. For some of us, that means more walks and play time. It might also mean more table scraps and snacking together. Has your dog gotten a little plump? You are not alone. This extra weight on your dog might not seem like a big deal, but it's actually dangerous, and causes health problems ranging from diabetes to arthritis and painful joints. Studies show that overweight dogs live a shorter life. more

Home is Where the Dog is

Category: Shop
Send artist Julie Ann Caldwell of JAC Portraits photos of your pup (or a friend’s—awesome gift idea!) and she’ll create a lovely custom pen-and-ink portrait. ($200,   more

Going To The Dogs: What It’s Like To Be A Hollywood Dog Trainer

Category: Dog Life
If you think training your own dog is difficult, think about how hard it would be to train dozens of pooches at the same time. That’s the daily reality for Mark Forbes, one of Hollywood’s most respected animal trainers, and the man responsible for the canine actors in A Dog’s Purpose. Besides the four main dogs showcased in the film, there were three other “supporting canines,” and also puppy versions of each character. more
A Dog Trainer's Must-Do's!

10 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Dog’s Life!

Category: Dog Training
We asked Mikkel Becker, a certified trainer and behaviour consultant and head trainer for Fear Free Pets ( and for her top 10 things you can do in your home to improve your dog’s life and general happiness. more

Dog Saves 18-Year-Old From Rattlesnake: "My heart just dropped"

Category: NewsBite
Alex Loredo was just doing chores when he had the scare of his life. The 18 year old was headed to the separate laundry room to pick up the clothes from the dryer when he heard a familiar, frightening sound. A rattlesnake lay waiting beneath a table, aiming to strike. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: River