Ladybugs in a dog’s mouth? Yes, bugs embed in dogs’ mouths but they’re likely not ladybugs. Get the facts about Asian lady beetles in a dog’s mouth.
Don’t let your dog take the wheel — follow these 19-plus tips from car travel experts.
This personal flotation device attaches to a dog’s collar, keeping their head above water unlike traditional life jackets.
From heat and heartworms to barbecues and boredom, your pups face many dangers in the great outdoors. Here’s how to keep them safe.
Many vets don’t stock antivenin, due to its high cost, but cheaper alternatives recently have come on the market.
At an animal hospital in Texas, Arden Moore spent two midnight shifts observing an amazing staff and the dogs they treated.
Our winter health guide tells you how to keep your dogs active and engaged, indoors and out, when the weather turns cold.
I plan to do something to better my dog’s life every month, from making our walks more fulfilling to going to an Atlanta Braves game together.
Keep your dog calm and collected through the holidays — and year-round! — with these tips.
‘Tis the season is right around the corner. Reduce your dog’s anxiety during the hustle and bustle with these helpful tips.
Christmas, New Year’s, and other holidays can be frantic, even scary times for dogs. Here’s how to change that.
Using crash tests, the Center for Pet Safety and Subaru of America ranked how four crates and eight carriers withstood simulated collisions.
In Tennessee, a new law allows a bystander to break into a car to save a dog or other pet from life-threatening heat. Let’s hope this spreads to more states!
When an Alabama police officer left his K-9 partner in their cruiser, the county initially wasn’t going to press charges for the dog’s death. Now a grand jury will decide.
After a Ford dealership offered to fix the window for free, the owner of the car and the dog dropped criminal trespass charges against Michael Hammons.
Veteran Michael Hammons may have saved the dog’s life by breaking the car’s windows. The owner disagrees; she had him arrested.
Its new animated infographic offers tips for keeping dogs and cats safe in extreme temps.
One in three pets will be lost in his or her lifetime. Make sure your dog is prepared.
For some folks, April 20th is a day of celebration. If you’re one of those people, be sure to keep your dog out of your stash.
Rattlesnake venom is dangerous for dogs. There’s a vaccine, but avoiding snakes works better.
I would never. Would you tie your dog to a post, tree, or bench and go about your business?
Twelve new year’s resolutions for dog owners in 2013 — one per month.
It seems so: A recent test shows popular brands utterly failed in crashworthiness. So now what?
Vomiting, seizures, losing bladder control — this is what befalls dogs with canine marijuana toxicity. It’s a growing problem in California’s pot hotspots.
Attention, fashion hounds: This window, currently available for your viewing pleasure on the Third Avenue side of Bloomingdale’s in New York City, is a real…
After years of walking strong pulling dogs, I’ve had several instances of collar malfunctions we’re talkingpoorly stitched, brittlecollars that actuallybroke in the middle of a…
The lovely powder started falling early this morning, and by the time my dogs and I awoke from our luxuriousnine-hour hibernation, the streets and grassy…
Dogsters and their best four-footed friends are invited to make history on TVtomorrow, Thursday, December 22! To celebrate National Keep Pets Safe in Winter Day,…
Every Thanksgiving, the temptation is there to give Spot a heaping helping of snacks and scraps from the holiday feast. After all, he’s been sniffing…
On Saturday, two days before Halloween, New York City got several inches of snow, surpassing a meteorological record set in 1925. In case NYC Dogsters…
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