The 10 Warning Signs of Cancer

Category: Health
Sadly, cancer is one of the leading causes of death in dogs and cats. Some estimates suggest that more than 50 percent of dogs over 10 years old will develop cancer. Early detection is key to effective treatment, so we had Dr. Gerald S. Post, a veterinary oncologist at the Veterinary Cancer Center, the world’s largest cancer center for pets, outline the 10 most common warning signs. If you do note any of the below afflicting your dog or cat, don’t panic—these are potential warning signs, not a diagnosis—but do visit your veterinarian. more

The Best Fall Finds 2017

Category: Dog Life
When Your Dog Doesn’t Want to Share the Couch

Dog Training Tip!

Category: Dog Training
It’s been a long work day and you’re finally home. You change clothes and head wearily to the couch to watch your favourite television show. But surprise! Your dog is already there, happily lounging in your spot. You ask him to get down. He doesn’t move. You ask again. Nothing. Finally, you grab his collar. Suddenly, you discover just how white your dog’s teeth are—he’s showing them to you, and if there was a thought-bubble, it would read, “I don’t think so!” What are you to do?  more

Westminster 2021: The Show Must Go On

Category: NewsBite
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is the most historic dog-sporting event in the world. It has taken place every year since May 1877. Throughout its 145 year history, Westminster has been held at Madison Square Garden in New York City since 1921. It is the venue’s longest standing tenant. more
Woman and dog nose-to-nose

Why Does My Dog Follow Me Everywhere?

Category: Breeds
As I write these words, two beautiful Husky mixes are lying at my feet. I rescued Sierra and Bodhi from the shelter over 11 years ago, and to this day, they still follow me from room to room, wanting to hang out wherever I am. Maybe you too have your very own furry entourage that trails you everywhere, not wanting to let you out of their sight. On the one hand, it’s nice to be so loved! On the other, it’s nice to be able to close the bathroom door for some privacy. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Bandit