Dogs and Culture
The Museum of Dog is an 8,000-square-foot museum located in North Adam, Massachusetts, that serves as a tribute to dogs and the joy they bring to human lives.
The category winners represent the best of dogs at work, play, and even sleep! Check them out.
This adorable coloring book uses Pug mandalas and mantras to help you achieve mindfulness. Grab your colored pencils!
Nancy LeVine captures the inspiring courage and calm of aging dogs in her heartwarming photos.
The dog-themed film festival is going on a national tour. We met some famous rescue dogs and their people at a celebrity pup party.
Dog groomer Jess Rona tells us how she came to direct the Canadian indie-rock band’s “100x” video, which turned out beautifully thanks to its canine stars.
The famous surfing and therapy dog recently collaborated with animal communicator Paula Brown to create the song “I Am Here for You.”
We chat with the group’s lead singer, Scott Woodruff, about his dog and tour mascot, a musical pooch named Cocoa!
Monique Madrid’s stand-up comedy show takes place every month at Tailwaggers in Los Angeles.
The rescue dog lives with the band and helps with publicity via Facebook and Instagram.
Dogs in need of a home and adopters mingle at The Dog Cafe. Full up? You can also go to just snuggle with a pooch.
Courtney Daniels talks about her upcoming film, which features talking dogs and aims to help the plight of adoptable pups in shelters nationwide.
The fan created a Facebook page that profiles musicians who support rescue efforts and shelter reform.
The Seattle-based artist turns Pembroke Corgis into characters from classic movies like “Snakes on a Plane” and “Dirty Dancing.” She also has a Trump Corgi!
Oscar night is all about the dogs. Well, not really. It is to our canine film critic, though.
The performer-slash-veterinary technician uses comedy to teach us about an often overlooked — but vitally important — profession.
Rumor (aka GCH Lockenhaus’ Rumor Has It V Kenlyn) won the Best in Herding Group title last week. Here’s her story!
After the success of her “Wet Dog” series, Gamand is focusing on breed discrimination with “Flower Power: Pit Bulls of the Revolution.”
The announcers at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show use a ton of marketing buzzwords, so of course I thought: Drinking game!
Will Meghan Trainor win Best New Artist? Will Kendrick Lamar finally pimp his butterfly? Only our Sheepdog Brutus knows for sure!
Earth Rated has created the unofficial Cards Against Caninity. Enter to win a pack by nominating your favorite shelter to get a case of the company’s blankets.
True to its title, this version of the holiday classic stars dogs — therapy dogs, in fact, more than 30. Meet the dancers and see them in action!
While at a writers’ retreat in France working on “Pound for Pound,” my book about how dogs helped me heal from bulimia, I met the most amazing dog.
The superstar canine photographer’s new book showcases stunning portraits of more than 1,000 dogs.
The hilarious writer and animal lover chats about her Papillon, Dorothy Barker, and how her pets helped write her new book, “Furiously Happy.”
What does it mean to eat your own dog food, or to go see a man about a dog? Find out here!
“What Pet Should I Get,” the “new” but very outdated book by Dr. Seuss, doesn’t cover the realities of buying pets from a store.
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