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Month: September 2015

Before You Vaccinate Your Dog…

Before You Vaccinate Your Dog…

Rabies is arguably the oldest infectious disease known to humankind, with references to it going as far back as the 24th century BCE. For four thousand years, being infected meant death, whether it was a human or another mammal. This changed in 1885, when Louis Pasteur and Emile Roux successfully tested a rabies vaccine on […]

America’s Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants

America’s Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants

A 2015 survey from the American Pet Products Association found that more than 54 million households in the U.S. have a dog. To accommodate them, top restaurants across the country are opening up to pet owners and their furry dinner dates. No matter where you and your dog roam, you’ll find a growing array of […]

Human Nature

Human Nature

As humans living in modern society, it’s very easy to become preoccupied and forget where and what we are. We probably see this — or do it ourselves — all the time, whether it’s walking down the street texting, continuing that phone conversation while checking out in a store, or spacing out while listening to […]

¿Por Qué Mi Perro Me Mira Fijamente?

¿Por Qué Mi Perro Me Mira Fijamente?

Estás sentada mirando a la tele, pero tu perro sólo tiene ojos para ti. Está cocinando la cena y el perro te mira fijamente. Te vas al cuarto de baño y ya lo sabes. Si hay una cosa que a casi todos los perros les va bien es estar mirando fijamente a sus dueños. Mirando […]

‘What’s Up Dawg!’ Episode 2

‘What’s Up Dawg!’ Episode 2

In the second episode of Andre Millan’s new web series “What’s Up Dawg!” he drops in on the SoCal Corgi Beach Day in Long Beach, California. What started out as a meet-up between fifteen Facebook friends and their Corgis three years ago has exploded. The latest quarterly event saw around six hundred Corgis and their […]

Remembering The Dogs Who Have Left Us

Remembering The Dogs Who Have Left Us

By Cesar Millan Today, and the second Sunday of every September, is National Pet Memorial Day, and a good time to recall the words of George Carlin, who described every pet as “a small tragedy” just waiting to happen. It almost seems like a cruel trick that most animals we keep as domestic pets have […]

Fatal 8: Fruits And Vegetables Your Dog Should Avoid

You probably already know some of the foods people eat that can be dangerous for dogs, such as chocolate, but you might not know that a number of seemingly healthy fruits and vegetables should be avoided as well. Here is a list of eight different types of produce that can be toxic food for dogs. […]

14 Top Terrier Breeds Gallery

14 Top Terrier Breeds Gallery

Terrier Breeds: Feisty, Charismatic, and Full of Mischievous Energy Terriers can be playful pets and enthusiastic companions. Named for the Latin word for the earth, terrier dogs were originally bred to hunt down vermin beneath the ground. Today, many terrier breeds pay homage to their ancestors with their love of digging and exceptional courage and […]

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