Researchers continue to give humans more insight into the inner-workings of man’s best friend.
Dogs and cats have long shared our homes with us, living side by side, despite their ancestral differences.
There is a new non-surgical breakthrough in veterinary medicine that has just recently emerged as an alternative to a surgical procedure when neutering male dogs.
The proper rate of ingestion is so important for your dog’s overall well-being. Eating slower greatly helps to improve digestion and nutrient absorption.
Researchers say the canines studied studied the faces of familiar humans for longer than unfamiliar ones.
Research has determined that a dog’s tail wagging to the left has different meaning than a tail wagging to the right.
A new study confirms what dog owners have always known: Dogs have feelings, too.
Since all canines have a strong heritage of structure and pack order, they naturally possess an ingrained predisposition to “earn” or work.
A study confirmed what dog lovers have known for quite some time now…our best friends are much smarter than we think!
As caregivers, we must limit where and when our dogs pursue prey so as to protect them from the prey and other dangers they may encounter.
The ASPCA states that although the temptation is there to shave your pet in the summer months, it seems to be in their best interest not to, and here’s why.
Many dogs love to swim but there are a number of limits and precautions you should take before and after.
In the next week, there are a couple of pet-friendly events in the area.
The Working Group of canine breeds is a classification of dogs that were initially bred to help man in service of specialized jobs. Today, they are both helpful and loving.
The ASPCA is lending its support to their partner shelter in Oklahoma, the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, as the facility there experiences an influx of animals affected by the tornado.