Anyone who owns a pet should consider the purchase of a FURminator deShedding tool. It’s the first and only grooming tool that safely removes the undercoating of an animal and leaves the top coat undisturbed. The result is a pet…Read More »
This September, cities all over the country are hosting their own Responsible Dog Ownership Day festivities.
Is there a dog in your family? If so, what does responsible dog ownership mean to you?
Responsible dog ownership can mean a lot…
September 14, 2012 at 9:00:49 am | Posted by Annie M in Dog Adoption, Dog Behavior12 comments Tweet
We are excited to share a Guest Blog written By Chris Lee with Photos By Christina Lee from Deaf Dogs Rock for Deaf Pet Awareness week 2012.
Life takes wonderful and amazing turns. Just a year and half ago my…
This is a Guest Blog written by Katie O’Shaughnessy
Your pooch is precious, and, like the parent of a preschooler, you are determined to find the best facility in town! There is a great debate over which is the best…
September 09, 2012 at 9:00:18 am | Posted by Estelle W. in Dog Adoption, Dog Behavior, Pet Adoption24 comments Tweet
Everyone is familiar with the old superstition associated with black cats: a black cat can bring bad luck to the person who sees it, especially if said cat’s path crosses with theirs. Silly, right? Well, did you know there were…Read More »
August 31, 2012 at 9:00:57 am | Posted by Annie M in Dog Behavior, Volunteer With Animals1 comment Tweet
This guest blog was written by Leah Elzahed.
September is National Guide Dog Month! This month we celebrate the contribution Service Dogs make to our world. This special holiday all began with well known animal lover, Dick Van Patten. Dick’s…
Picking up where I left off in the last two Doggie Discourse blog posts, I wanted to finish by talking a little bit about what dogs can understand from human language—both body and spoken. I have always known that my…Read More »
When I found my dog, Boo Boo, wandering the streets last fall, it was obvious she had some problems. For starters, she was much too thin (she resembled a bobble head). She also had large patches of hair missing from…Read More »
This blog was co authored by Deva Content & Jennifer Sorensen
Jennifer’s friend just decided to adopt a puppy. When she went to meet the new dog, her friend lamented, “I just can’t decide which doggy kindergarten to send him…
Picking up where we left off in the first Doggie Discourse Blog, a dog’s tail is not the only expressive part of his body. Dogs use their entire bodies to communicate! A solid understanding of dog body language is crucial…Read More »