Dog Life


Why Does My Dog Bury Treats and Sometimes Even Her Toys?

In the wild, it’s kind of like their fridge. If they have a surplus of food or food that takes a longer time to eat, like bones, then they want to hide it so...more

Why Does My Dog like to Rub Himself on Anything Stinky He Encounters?

When dogs were hunting, they probably found they got off better if their prey couldn’t smell them. What better disguise than, say, to rub in the feces of what...more

Why Does My Dog Scratch the Ground After Going to the Bathroom?

There are actually a number of animals that do that. Bears will scratch the tree trunks with their claws to leave a visual and olfactory marker that they peed...more


CLARK, a Mini Goldendoodle Our first dog of the day, Clark, an adorable and undeniably super-fluffy Mini Goldendoodle (a Golden Retriever/Poodle cross),...more

Tiny Confessions

Have you ever been bewildered by your pup’s actions, be he a connoisseur of dirty socks or budding lepidopterist, and questioned just what is going on in that head of his? Lucky for you, New York City-based comedian and artist Christopher Rozzi is here to give us the inside track.more

What Your Dog Really Wants

Besides steak and bottomless cookie jars and slow cats and bellies full of grass, they probably have a much more doggish list of things that truly make them happy, secure, and fulfilled. But what exactly would those be?more

10 Ways To Make Your Dog Smile

1 Pack a Picnic Dinner and head to the dog park after work. Where this plan often fails to get off the ground is in over-thinking the proceedings. The picnic...more

Dog/Font-type Chart

Clearly, this is the best font-type chart going. We wonder what breed Curlz would be. And Comic Sans. Any suggestions?  via: more

Dogs at Work

We received this email from Off Madison Ave , a Phoenix-based integrated marketing firm and thought it was so cute we just had to share. Hopefully if will...more
DIY Craft - Vintage Suitcase Dog Bed

DIY Craft - Vintage Suitcase Dog Bed

I’ve jumped on the vintage suitcase dog bed bandwagon. What, you ask, are vintage suitcase dog beds? Well, these adorable pet beds are basically just upcycled old suitcases. You know, the kind you find at a thrift store that have no wheels, so are clearly not practical for extreme traveling. I have a love for old suitcases, so I was considering purchasing a little bed on Etsy for Zuzu the Poodle; however, once I noticed the hefty price tag (over $50 for most of the listings) I decided it was time for some DIY magic. I made my own version for under $10. Here’s how: more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Sophie