To ease the move to a new home for her daughter, Jill Margaret Shulman finds there's nothing like a little puppy love.
A common issue many dog owners face is coming home from a long day's work to find their home destroyed by the family dog. If this happens in your house, you're not alone.
Barley Boy was one of the lucky few older dogs at the local animal control facility. He was adopted. It was estimated that he was about 9 years old, and the guess was he was a mixed breed terrier. His new family has been caring for him for almost four months and he fits in very well in his new digs.
Q: We enjoy feeding the wild birds in our yard, and we have all sorts that frequent our feeders, but we now have a flock of pigeons that come twice a day. At first, there were only two, but it seems each day there are twice as many as the day before. They do not sit on the bird feeders but are on the ground under the feeders eating the food that the ground-feeding birds like song sparrows could be feeding on. In between feeding, they are on our roof making a mess. Is there any particular food that we could feed the other birds that the pigeons would not like?
Perhaps Moses and Harry realize how fortunate they are. But if they do, they're not talking.
Hiking is a great way to take advantage of the cooling fall weather, and no one makes a more willing and eager hiking buddy than your dog. Going for hikes with your four-legged friend provides you both with exercise and lets you enjoy all that the season has to offer. The American Kennel Club offers tips on what to bring along when you and Fido hit the dog-friendly trails together.
DALLAS - Brian Boone is practicing his silly voice. The 39-year-old soldier, who lost his lower left leg while serving in Afghanistan, looks down at Brindle, a 2-year-old Labrador-golden retriever mix - and highly trained service dog.
KANSAS CITY - Davide Rossi was working as an investment banker in New York City when the idea occurred to him: What if there were a fitness tracker for dogs?
Q: My golden retriever seems to think she is a rabbit as she craves all sorts of fruits and vegetables She never turns down a piece of chicken or bacon, but if she sees us eating melon or even an apple, she goes out of her mind until we give her some.
Brian Boone is practicing his silly voice. The 39-year-old soldier, who lost his lower left leg while serving in Afghanistan, looks down at Brindle, a 2-year-old Labrador-golden retriever mix and highly trained service dog.