My dog makes himself known in the neighborhood. I’ve recently begun to wonder if my neighbors are not amused. Are you in the same situation?
Bullies can ruin the dog park for the other people and their pets. Here’s how I don’t let that happen.
Smartphones and dog walking don’t mix. Here are five very good reasons why.
I’ve identified five cuddle styles. Which does your dog prefer? Or do they have one I didn’t list? Let’s talk about cuddling!
I can’t read about a dog disease or other health issue without immediately thinking my dog has it. How about you?
My 11-year-old dog has developed a grumpy side in his senior years. Here’s how I handle it.
His hair is everywhere! What do you do to control your dog’s shedding?
My dog Riggins is one funny pup — and he even has his own comedic sidekick!
Riggins and I reflected on how he could be a better dog in 2017. Here’s what we came up with.
I’ve gone from protector to being protected with my dog, Riggins. How have your roles changed with your dog?
Are you shopping for a dog mom this holiday season? Or do you need to give others ideas? We’ve got you covered!
Riggins provided me with emotional support on election night, just as he has during other challenging times.
From health issues like arthritis to wanting to eat at 5 p.m., my sweet baby boy has definitely entered — and in many ways, embraced — his senior years.
Riggins would love nothing more than to show the kitty who’s boss — except the cat rules the block, not him.
Riggins loves his niece, nephew, and a few other select children, but I keep a close eye on him around kids as a rule.
I’m glad Riggins doesn’t understand my bouts of road rage, for one. And there are other times, too!
Riggins and I recently went on a friends and dogs getaway, and of course he misbehaved — but we all still had fun.
We’ve graduated from sink to tub to shower and now to self-wash stations. I’d love to hear your suggestions, too!
Riggins has separation anxiety, so I’m grateful that our neighbor can be there for him when I’m not home. He loves her!
We moved to a studio apartment, where under the bed must double as storage space. The problem? My bed is now too high for my arthritic pup. Help!
From the way he sleeps in my bed to his eating style, Riggins has forgotten he’s a dog — over maybe he never knew!
It only happens 10 percent of the time, but I do put my needs before my dog’s in some ways — and then the guilt sets in.
My pup Riggins hates being hot AND hates getting wet. How we make it through summer in Los Angeles is beyond me.
Riggins has all-black nails, which means safe trimmings require a vet visit and the usual disapproval because I waited too long.
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