Amos loves to swim in his indoor pool
Posts By Anna Jane Grossman
In 1934, electric dog shock collars looked more obviously like the torture devices they are.
I am a part-time nanny to two “gorgeous” bulldogs, Lulu and Bailey. Actually, I think my technical title is really “dog walker.” Only thing is that my charges don’t want to walk.
Many people put shock collars on their dogs. But would you put one on your child? Some would.
Positive reinforcement explained
Last March, fourteen pitbulls were rescued from a deadly fire in the Bronx. But this story has a happy ending.
Are you making necklaces out of your cat’s fur?
Clicker training isn’t just for dogs. Some Bostonians are using clickers as punishers to try to rid themselves of their accents.
The movie The Future addresses the longterm responsibility of pet ownership. But fostering a dog like Honey involves a much shorter time commitment–and major rewards to boot.
This evening I tried to argue to my friend Christa that New Yorkers should eat dogs. I mean, I don’t actually want to eat a dog. Ever. But the local food movement is all about using resources found where we live.