Everyone loves a dancing dog. The dogs are always cute, but sometimes the dancing is kind of meh. Not so in these outstanding canine dance classic clips: One from 1941, the other from 2010.
Monthly Archives For November 2012
Pet food is a weird subcategory of advertising history; humans are being sold on a food they have no intention of eating. But with all the lush closeups up meaty bits and the focus on how the stuff tastes, you might get hungry yourself.
Dogs and humans ate the same food for thousands of years, so it’s fine if they go to town on our holiday leftovers, right? Well, it depends…
Gracie used to go batty whenever my upstairs neighbors played with marbles. Using properly selected treats delivered with precise timing, I helped her permanently change her mind about the sound.
In a recent interview with the famous TV Dog Whisperer, British gardener-cum-talk-show-host Alan Titchmarsh questioned Cesar Millan’s use of punishment and coercion in training animals.
When she canceled her upcoming tour because of her dying dog, Fiona Apple touches on what it really means to love a member of another species.
As a professional in an unregulated field full of widely differing approaches, I’m proud to be able to put “KPA CPT” after my name. This is what those six letters mean.
I empathize with those who wish their dogs would shut the hell up. But attempting to change behavior with surgery isn’t something I can get behind.
New York City is full of loving dogs who need permanent or temporary homes. Here are some beauties looking for human partners.
An outpouring of concern for pets affected by Hurricane Sandy may be why things might be looking up for animals in NYC’s notoriously ill-managed and underfunded public shelter system.