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Thanksgiving Dog Show 2018: When Is It and 4 Reasons to...

The Thanksgiving Dog Show is becoming a tradition in many pet owners' households in the U.S. the same way as watching Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, special...

How Dog Shows May Incite Puppy Mill Cruelty

There's an argument to be made that televised dog shows are for marketing purposes and they may be a partial cause of cruelty through...

Dog Modeling and Acting: The Ultimate Guide

Could your dog be the next top dog model? If you have aspirations of your dog being the next Purina pup or the next...

TOP #57: How to Get Started in Dog Shows

Have you ever considered showing your dog? In this podcast episode, we were lucky to have Gail Miller Bisher of Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show who provided many tips on how to get started in dog shows and more.

How to Turn Your Dog Into a Show Dog and Start...

Showing dogs can be a great way to develop a bond between you are your canine companion, and get involved into a very active...

The Results of 2017 National Dog Show Are Here

More than 2,000 dogs of every breed went head to head competing for best in show, and the results have people wondering if Chewbacca...

9 Famous Dogs That Are the Biggest Movie Stars

1Rin Tin Tin Rin Tin Tin was a household name for many families in the age of silent film, and rightfully so. Rin Tin Tin on IMDb The famous...

How to Get Your Dog into Movies

Everyone thinks their pet is a star. But does your dog show true Hollywood potential? Getting him or her into show business may seem...

Irish Setter Poisoned at Crufts Dog Show

Crufts Dog Show, one of the largest in the world, is being plagued by claims of sabotage and poisoning. Last week, Jagger, a 3-year-old...

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Dog Tail Docking: 5 Dangers of This Procedure (Based on Science)

Dog tail docking, or canine caudectomy, originated more than 2000 years ago (1). Its first intention was to protect hunting dogs because their tail...
Dog Falling Down the Stairs - Why and What to Do

What You Should Do If Your Dog Keeps Falling Down the...

Dogs are very well-coordinated animals that don’t lose their balance as easily as, for example, very young kids. And if you've been noticing your...
Top 8 Ways to Puppy-Proof Your Home for Christmas

8 Ways to Dog-Proof Your Home for Christmas

Dog owners, especially those with puppies, that wish for a lovely Christmas time need to ensure the safety of their young dogs. Christmas celebrations...
7 Vitamins for Dogs That All Dog Owners Need to Know About

7 Vitamins for Dogs That All Dog Owners Need to Know...

Dogs, like humans, need vitamins in specific quantities for the proper functioning of their metabolism. Most often, a good quality dog food you're buying...
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25 Wolf Dog Breeds

It is common knowledge that pet dogs of today are descendants of wolves. While it's not as noticeable in the Chihuahua or the Yorkshire...
Dog Afraid of Stairs - Why and What To Do

Is Your Dog Afraid of Stairs? Here’s How to Fix This...

Does your puppy or dog whine, cry, tuck their tail, and turn away when it comes to using a set of stairs? You're not...
The Best Cyber Monday Deals on Dog Supplies

The Best Cyber Monday Deals on Dog Supplies We Could Find

Black Friday is over, and even though some of the previous Black Friday deals are still ongoing, we're moving onto Cyber Monday now. We've...
Dog Food Myths Debunked

31 Dog Food and Feeding Myths Debunked [Infographic]

There are far too many myths when it comes to dog food and feeding. Some are old tales, some are spread as misinformation through...
48 Ways to Save Money on Dog Grooming, Training and Supplies

48 Ways to Save Money on Dog Grooming, Training and Supplies

American dog owners spend $100 per month on their dogs, on average. Dog grooming alone can get pricey, going up to $45 per month...
13 Ways to Prevent Hypothermia and Frostbite in Dogs

13 Ways to Prevent Hypothermia and Frostbite in Dogs

The risk of hypothermia and frostbite in dogs is greatly increased when outdoor temperatures fall below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius). The normal range...