One Heart, One Love

Category: NewsBite
We, like the rest of the world, are heart-sick and horrified by the events of the past week. If you’d like to help but don’t know where to start, this list put together by The Skimm is a great place to start. more
Dog Breeds That Don't Shed

Dog Breeds That Don't Shed

Category: Breeds
Looking for a dog breed that doesn't shed? You're not alone—just ask Google: “breeds that don’t shed” is a common search query. more

What is a Puppy Mill?

Category: Dog Life
The concept of a puppy mill may seem foreign. Something that horrible couldn’t possibly be happening where we live. But the Puppy Mill Project, a group dedicated to ending puppy mill cruelty, states that there are an estimated 10,000 puppy mills still open in the United States, and some of these are even licensed facilities. more
Heart Dog Family Teaser

Getting A Puppy After Losing Your Heart Dog

Category: Inspire
Finding your heart dog is one of the most profoundly beautiful things you can experience in this lifetime. It’s such an unexpected gift—wrapped in fur and tied with a poop-bag closing bow. Just when you think you have yourself all figured out, a dog finds you, cracks open the hard, real-world exterior you’ve worked so hard to build, and together (without even meaning to) you expose your hopes, dreams, and ambitions. more

"I Wouldn't change a thing"

Category: Inspire
When Molly Burke heads out with Gallop, a five-year-old black Lab and Bernese Mountain Dog mix, many people think that the pretty, petite brunette is training a service or medical alert dog. After chatting with the 24-year-old for a few minutes, people are usually surprised to learn that Gallop is her service dog, and that Molly is blind. “I don’t look like what most people think blind people look like,” says Molly, who makes eye contact when she speaks, and has perfect posture and a confident stride. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Ashton