As an animal trainer on the set of Animal Planet’s Too Cute, I was exposed to many kinds of species, and brands of adorableness.
Arts & Leisure
A Brooklyn dog lover has devoted the last few years to investigating some of the weirder ways in which people insist on hanging onto their departed pets. The result is her film, Furever.
Do you really need to maintain a cheery outlook all the time in order to train your dog using “positive reinforcement”? Cynics, read on.
A new Broadway version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s means a cat on Broadway is taking on the role made famous by the award winning tabby from the film, Orangey.
A year ago I attended Groom Expo’s much-celebrated creative grooming competition. But you don’t need to be at the convention center to enjoy these dogs: This year, the event is streaming live.
Sharon Montrose specializes in portraits of dogs. But she clearly is a lover of all things cute and fluffy. Her latest project? Pictures of baby animals that are so cute you’ll want to puke.
A woman at the pet store bent down, grabbed my dog’s head, and kissed him. Boogie freaked. Her bad dog manners inspired me to make an illustrated tutorial on how to properly greet a dog.
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.
Painter Emma Tryti of Finland likes to paint presidents. Specifically, presidents with puppies asleep on their heads.
The East Village’s gallery goes to the dogs.