Several hightech devices ease the burden of a cat owner’s most dreaded task. They also could be used to pan for gold.
Monthly Archives For April 2012
Despite widespread availability of inoculations, the fear of rabies — both the disease and the vaccine — has been more harmful to dogs than rabid dogs have been to humans.
Treadmills are an excellent way to exercise a high energy dog. And watching dogs on treadmills is an excellent way to kill time on a rainy Sunday when we should really be going to the gym.
From strapping dogs to running boards to asphyxiating pets in planes, we’ve done much worse things to animals than Mitt Romney ever did.
Today we morn the loss of a dog lover extraordinaire: Dick Clark. He was 574. In dog years.
We love our dogs, we love our planet. The result? A burgeoning market for eco-friendly pet items. Used yoga mats and trashed water bottles are now going to the dogs.
Darling Companion, a new film by the writer behind Return of the Jedi and The Bodyguard, deals with the subject of animal rescue and pet loss.
Nuisance barking is a major reason why dogs are relinquished to shelters. One solution? Teaching a dog to both “bark” and “be quiet” on cue.
If you’ve been looking for a new way to take advantage of your iPhone’s endless capabilities and you’re interested in getting a dog, look no further than “Smart Pet” from Bandai.
When it comes to vision, dogs and humans have different strengths and weaknesses.