dog

It's no coincidence that a dog is a man's best friend; they're more faithful than most other animals, and more faithful than many people.

  • Toitert
    Published about 15 hours ago
    Dog car seats – yes or no?

    Dog car seats – yes or no?

    Dog car seats – are they just another one unnecessary thing in your house or something that is really important to have if you own a dog? Today many of us like to travel and we do not wish to leave our smallest family members – puppies at home. But as we take them with us on a car, is it enough just to sit him or her in the car seat and do not worry if is it safe enough for everyone in the car?
  • Ugendra
    Published a day ago
    WHY SHOULD DOGS CUT THEIR NAILS?

    WHY SHOULD DOGS CUT THEIR NAILS?

    Different breeds of dogs have different types of claw growth. Some grow much faster than others. How dogs move can help determine if they really need a haircut now. Many take walks on softer surfaces such as grass fields, dirt paths, or indoors. These types of surfaces do not give strong friction to the claws and do not grind them when animals run and play.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 4 days ago
    Does Your Dog Sleep In Your Bed With You?

    Does Your Dog Sleep In Your Bed With You?

    Dogs sleeping with their owners is a popular trend. Dogs have been sleeping in the bed with their owners in many cultures for centuries. Reports show that most dog owners share their bed with their dog. A Mayo Clinic study reveals that 56 percent of owners allow their dogs to sleep in their bed.
  • Brenda Mahler
    Published 13 days ago
     My Adopted Daughter - My Dog

    My Adopted Daughter - My Dog

    When our children moved out the our house and started families of their own, the house felt empty. An eerie quiet filled the rooms. Going to work and visiting with friends, kept us busy and at first, I enjoyed the peacefulness - until we retired.
  • Kim Slone
    Published 17 days ago
    Celebrity Dog

    Celebrity Dog

    Everybody has the cutest and smartest dog in the world. I know I do, and everyone who loves a dog feels the same way about their dog. A family dog makes a huge difference in the life of the whole family. Read on for more:
  • Elaine Gallagher
    Published 19 days ago
    The Beautiful Bichon Frise

    The Beautiful Bichon Frise

    I have loved dogs my whole life. I do prefer smaller dogs to larger dogs because sometimes I am a little frightened although some large breeds like German Shepherds are just the most loyal, lovable friends. About seven years ago I met a beautiful Bichon Frise, named Faux Paus, and I was completely enthralled with her. So much so that her owner gave us one of her puppies, the female runt of the litter. We decided to name her Penne. She is a typical Bichon Frise. So what does that really mean?
  • Dave Coty
    Published 21 days ago
    The ultimate guide to dog grooming

    The ultimate guide to dog grooming

    Whether it is a puppy or an adult dog, male or female, large or small, from the village or the city, your pet will always require regular care and your commitment. First of all, learn that good hygiene is a synonym for good health and longevity for your dog. This way you will enjoy many happy moments in a joint game.
  • Virginia Frost
    Published 27 days ago
    My Teddy Bear

    My Teddy Bear

    With great sadness I have outlived a few dogs in my adult life and every time a new dog comes into my life I think "this is my perfect dog", completely ignoring the fact that I've said it every time previously. Obviously they're all perfect, just in different ways.
  • Dawn Collins
    Published 27 days ago
    Loving a Princess

    Loving a Princess

    My 17 1/2 year old Shih Tzu, Candygirl, passed away in 2018 and I was heartbroken, and so was Honeybug, my Yorkie-Poo. So after several months, I decided to start looking at rescue dogs. My friend since high school years rescued a yorkie that was adorable from Storyteller's Express, Canton, NY, and had a very good experience. So I went on their website and started my search. It didn't take a long time before a little pair of dark sparkling eyes captured my heart. My Princess (not her original name) was one of a pair of Papillon/Maltese girls that were rescued from a Amish puppy mill and were in need of new homes after they were vetted. Princess was very traumatized after being in the puppy mill for approximately six years of her life before being rescued.
  • Lauren Eimicke
    Published 27 days ago
    Loving Lunita

    Loving Lunita

    Have you ever been to Bali, Indonesia? It's by far one of the most magical places that I have ever been to. I got here back in February 2020 right before the coronavirus hit. I live here during my off time when I'm not working on the yachts as a chef. Due to the pandemic, I have currently lost my job, and I have taken Bali entirely into my heart.
  • Lauren Eimicke
    Published 27 days ago
    Loving Lunita

    Loving Lunita

    Have you ever been to Bali, Indonesia? It's by far one of the most magical places that I have ever been to. I got here back in February 2020 right before the coronavirus hit. I live here during my off time when I'm not working on the yachts as a chef. Due to the pandemic, I have currently lost my job, and I have taken Bali entirely into my heart.
  • Lauren Baer
    Published 27 days ago
    Little Legs and Big Heartbreak

    Little Legs and Big Heartbreak

    Everyone thinks their pet is the best dog/cat/goat in the entire world, and that’s because they are. They are a beacon of love and innocence in the tumultuous landscape of life. Many people claim that they didn’t rescue their pet; their pet rescued them. Neither of those are true of my sweet dog, Mister Richmond.