Why Does My Dog Like Some People and Not Others?

Why Does My Dog Like Some People and Not Others?

Category: Dog Training
Ever wonder why your dog gravitates towards some of your friends and not others? Research has shown that dogs are continually monitoring the social interactions their owners have with other people—and using this information to form opinions. more
Just Squeak for a Perfect Pet Photo!

Just Squeak for a Perfect Pet Photo!

Category: Dog Life
Who doesn’t love an impromptu photo shoot with their pooch? We can’t resist snapping photos of our adorable best friends (the proof is in the photo stream), but that doesn’t mean they’re always willing to cooperate! The struggle (distracted dog, ruined picture) is real. Luckily, SqueakNSnap has created a very effective—and adorable—solution. more
Dog Running in the park having fun

Doggone Best Summer Ever!

Category: Inspire
1. Camping, but make it hip—and canine inclusive. more

Unlikely Besties: Dog and Miniature Horse Become “Instant Best Friends”

Category: Dog Life
Sometimes, a bond transcends obvious differences. Such is the case with Sirius, a sheepdog, and Mercury, a blue-eyed American miniature horse. Like his equine friends at Gentle Carousel Miniature Therapy Horses, Mercury is a tiny, trained therapy horse, working in hospitals and hospice programs and with families who have experienced traumatic events. more
Dogs Surrendered as Misinformation Surrounding COVID-19 Swirls

Dogs Surrendered as Misinformation Surrounds COVID-19

Category: Health
The global pandemic of COVID-19 has infected hundreds of thousands of people around the world and has caused thousands of deaths. However, it is not just humans who are impacted by the spread of the virus, but also pet dogs. It is not because the dogs are susceptible to the virus, or that there is any evidence that they can transmit it, but simply because people are afraid and they are acting irrationally out of panicky concerns for their health. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Kato