Pet Talk: Avoiding Heartworms & Other Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Category: Health
Fleas and ticks are not the only parasites that can cause problems for our dogs, cats, and other pets. Mosquitos are the number one vector of diseases and pathogens worldwide, but preventative medicine can make a big impact in reducing infection. more
Apps You Need for Your Dog

Apps You Need for Your Dog

Category: Dog Life
Your Dog’s Complete Vet Records at your Fingertips! more
Road to Westminster

The Road to Westminster a Tale of Two Dog Handlers

Category: Dog Training
For first-time Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show handler Barbara Fleischmann, there are a million unknowns about stepping into the ring at Madison Square Garden. But there’s one thing she knows for certain: What she will be wearing.  more

These Entrepreneurs Turned Their Love of Dogs Into Careers They Adore

Category: Inspire
Handcraftmanship & Traditional Values At family-run Auburn Leathercrafters, America’s oldest manufacturer of leather dog collars, Alan and Anita Dungey are the third generation to proudly carry on the tradition of handcrafted dog products made with love and a commitment to community values.   more
How Dogs Grieve

How Dogs Grieve

Category: Dog Life
Ethel the Chihuahua was dying. She’d suffered from an autoimmune disorder, which had been controlled by medication, for years. But the medication had stopped working, and the vet told Ethel’s owner, Alison Lee Carruthers, that there was nothing left to do. “My heart was broken,” Alison remembers. In 2013, the New York City fashion merchandiser made the decision to euthanize her beloved pet and long-time companion.  more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Kabuki