Commonly Confused Breeds: The Pomeranian VS The German Spitz

Category: Breeds
Inquisitive, bold, and lively, the diminutive Pomeranian packs a lot of personality into a small package. Despite weighing just three to seven pounds, the Pomeranian possesses the attitude of a much bigger dog. The Pom has legion of fans—it’s one of the most popular toy breeds, and with good reason. more
Don't forget your dog

Returning to the office? Don't forget your dog

Category: Dog Training
Separation anxiety in dogs can be caused by a sudden change in the schedule, a move to a new house or the sudden absence of a family member, whether it’s a divorce, a death in the family or even an owner who is going back to work post-covid. If your dog has separation issues, there are some things you can do: First, be proactive. Before you have to go back to work: more

Get Your Own Robotic Dog For Just $2899.99

Category: NewsBite
After a 12-year hiatus, Sony has brought back aibo, its robotic puppy. Tech-loving dog people can score one for a cool $2899.99. Powered by A.I. and cutting-edge robotics, this robot pup learns and responds to its human family. It will get to know its name over time, respond to you when called, and develop a unique, evolving personality based on your interactions with it. The high-tech dog will even form “an emotional bond with members of the household,” states Sony. more
Could a Change in Diet Cure Your Dog’s Cancer?

Could a Change in Diet Cure Your Dog’s Cancer?

Category: Health
In an unassuming gated compound in Georgetown, Texas, something amazing is taking place. KetoPet Sanctuary is taking in shelter dogs with incurable, terminal cancer—dogs with no other options who would otherwise be euthanized—and giving them a second chance, providing them with state of the art cancer treatment to miraculous result.  more
Should You Let Your Dog Sleep in Bed with You?

Should You Let Your Dog Sleep in Bed with You?

Category: Dog Life
I recently received an email question from one of the psychology graduate students in my university. It read, in part:  more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Bandit