Dog Volunteer

Volunteer Ideas for Dog Lovers & Their Dogs!

Category: Play
Want to help shelter animals, your community, and yourself? Think about dog volunteering. Aside from helping your community, it feels good. In a paper published by Harvard Health, the researchers concluded that volunteers benefit from something they call the “happiness effect”—it turns out that weekly volunteering leads to happiness levels comparable to a life-altering salary boost. more
New Kids on the Block

New Kids on the Block

Category: Dog Life
Ever wonder how many breeds are recognized by the American Kennel Club? 187. Aren’t canines wonderfully diverse? There’s a dog for everyone. Get to know these three breeds newly recognized by the AKC. One just might be the dog for you! more


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

Off Leash Adventures

Category: Shop
Perfect for the dog park or bigger excursions, Dexas’ new line of adventure driven off-leash toys are a must have for all dog owners. Featuring a convenient and innovative integrated clip, the toys quickly connect to the leash, allowing for hands-free transport and easy release when your dog is ready to play. more
15 Signs Your Dog is in Pain

15 Signs Your Dog is in Pain

Category: Health
After reading the excellent Dr. Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs, by Dr. Mike Petty, a “pain vet” working with cutting-edge research to help relieve canine pain, there were standout parts we just had to share with you, namely: age should never be used as an excuse for an animal in pain; our pets feel as much or more pain than we do; and there is a treatment out there for every dog. more


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