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Serendipity

Serendipity

Category: Inspire
Andrew Grant was working as a commercial photographer, shooting a catalogue for Chef Works when two French Bulldog’s belonging to the kitchen showroom’s owner wandered onto set. To be nice, Andrew obligingly including them in a few shots. They sat right where he wanted them and peered right into the lens. “Simple stuff,” he thought, later commenting that perhaps he should do a book of dogs someday. After learning that millions of cats and dogs enter pet rescues in the US each year, “someday” became next week and Andrew began shooting dogs for what would become a book called Rover. more
Why Is My Dog Vomiting?

Why Is My Dog Vomiting?

Category: Health
The Case: more
What Are the Signs of Kennel Cough?

What Are the Signs of Kennel Cough?

Category: Health
Like humans, dogs can experience a noisy, dry cough caused by an irritated throat. However, persistent coughing paired with a fever, nasal or ocular discharge, or loss of voice may be symptoms of a more serious condition, such as kennel cough. more
The New Kids on the Block:

The New Kids on the Block:

Category: Breeds
Say bonjour to the Barbet and hola to the Dogo Argentino! These two breeds are the newest to be recognized by the American Kennel Club, gaining full recognition and competition eligibility as of January 1, 2020.  more
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Hair of the Dog

Category: Dog Life
Though the pin brush (it looks a lot like a human paddle-style hairbrush) is the most commonly used grooming tool, it's actually not the most useful for all dogs. Different types of dogs have different types of hair and thus require different grooming tools—just reflect on the coat of a Weimeraner versus a Husky for a visual. Find out what you should be using on your dog with this at-a-glance guide to grooming tools. more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: River