Dogs in Culture
Photographer Alícia Rius’ series ‘A Dog’s Life’ pairs a dog’s portrait with items from his everyday life.
In Greek mythology, Cerberus was a three-headed dog who stood guard at the gates of the underworld. Learn more about this monstrous hound!
The movie opens July 8, but you can have fun ahead of time by creating a downloadable petmoji in the image of your own dog!
Monique Madrid’s stand-up comedy show takes place every month at Tailwaggers in Los Angeles.
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!
Get the inside scoop on “Doug the Pug: The King of Pop Culture,” which comes out in November.
The Spike TV host adores Winston and Moxie, but he also helps those not as fortunate as his pampered pups.
Creator Patrick McDonnell drew them after spending time in an NYC shelter; they’re both the focus of a new PBS “Shelter Me” episode.
We get tips from Kristin von Kreisler, author of the novel “Earnest,” about a Lab whose humans spilt up.
Armed with an ancient computer, Frank gives life advice to other dogs — and it often involves farting.
YouTube star Robby Novak, aka Kid President, has met President Barack Obama and Beyonce, but he says his little Chi-mix rescue is his biggest hero.
The former stray might have washed out as a therapy dog, but Chipper now inspires kids and adults with her book “Chipper’s Friends.”
We chat with the mystery writer about his dog rescue work and his Andy Carpenter novels, which star his pooch Tara.
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!
At BarkWorld Expo, the freestyle skier talked about how his then-boyfriend, Robin MacDonald, deserves credit for rescuing the dogs and why he didn’t get it at the time.
The tiny pup teaches big lessons through his series of children’s books, the latest titled “Norbert & Lil BUB: What Can Little WE Do?” co-starring the famous feline.
The blind Golden Retriever who survived a puppy mill now has a book and documentary in the works.
We get the scoop on “Do Unto Animals” and the love of all things furry she shares with her husband, former host of “The Daily Show” Jon Stewart.
Shirley Braha says “Marnie the Dog: I’m A Book” features new pictures of the popular dog with the adorable head tilt, plus fan favorites from social media.
The anti-bullying advocate who teaches kids to be kind is now spreading the word in the film “Marshall’s Miracle.”
While World Animal Awareness Society captured footage for his song “Ruff Life,” to be featured in its documentary about Houston’s stray dogs, Yoria found a forever pal.
The Bay Area artist behind smash hits for Chris Brown and Tinashe tells us all about his music-loving canine companion.
Helen Woodward Animal Center gave dogs a chance to dress up in costumes and play hero in its annual Paw-Micon.
The tennis champ may be closing in on another Wimbledon title, but his dog has been wining on social media for years.
Mario, Luigi, Link, and Pikachu all star in this canine salute to video-game heroes!
An interview sheds light on the Shiba Inu named Kabosu — her owner is not happy with the fame.
This video shows what’s bound to be 2014’s biggest canine dance craze.
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