Articles

Andis

How to Groom Your Dog for Summer Comfort

Category: Dog Life
Some grooming tips are counter intuitive. For example, did you know that you shouldn't shave double-coated breeds in the summer? Though warm looking, the double coat actually allows dogs to regulate their temperature. Instead, you should brush or use a de-shedding tool to remove excess hair. We asked Megan Mouser, certified groomer and Education Manager For Andis (they've been making quality grooming tools for over 90 years!) for this tip plus four more to make sure your dog stays cool and comfortable this summer.  more
Diabetics-Thumbnail

Lifesaving Dogs For Diabetics

Category: Inspire
A flight from Pittsburgh back to her desert home near Bakersfield, California, could have turned deadly for type 1 diabetic Patti Kasper had she not had her trusty service dog, Tzaylie, by her side. more
DogIsTalking-Thumbnail

Your Dog Is Talking—Are You Listening?

Category: Dog Training
It was my first time meeting a new client and her puppy. Her older dog was trying to get my attention but the puppy kept intervening. “Puppy getting on the other dog’s nerves, right?” I asked. “Not so much. He’s amazingly tolerant of her,” she replied. “Well, he’s about had enough,” I said. Just then, the older dog snapped. The puppy yipped and scrambled away. “How did you know he was going to do that?” my client asked, surprised. “Do you talk Dog or something?” more
LookWhatWeFound-Thumbnail

Look What We Found!

Category: Dog Life
Keep your dog’s long ears out of his food with a Buster IncrediBowl ($15)! This innovatively designed food dish has a narrower opening that allows your dog’s snout to enter, but keeps his ears comfortably out of the bowl. The genius result? A tidier dinnertime and a dog that doesn't smell like his dinner! more
Thomas Waerner and his sled dogs

Winning Sled Dogs Finally Get Home to Norway

Category: NewsBite
On March 18th, Thomas Waerner and his sled dogs won the iconic 2020 Iditarod race in Alaska, crossing the finish line after spending nine days, 10 hours, 37 minutes, and 47 seconds on the trail. more

Pages

Dog of the Week!

DSC00099.JPG
Meet: Blaze