Turn the camera so it faces your dog, put it near their face, and let them do their best Kim Kardashian impersonation.
In The News
A Texas shelter recently took in an elderly dog that had not been groomed since the Bush administration.
At School For The Dogs’ “iDog” clinics, we teach pups to activate touchscreens with their noses. Whether or not the skill could eventually prove useful, the training process is a whole lot of fun.
Chinese Cresteds tend to take trophies at anti-beauty competitions. But they exist largely because of a single great beauty, who liked to compare their hairlessness to her clotheslessness: Gypsy Rose Lee.
Now that weed is legal in Washington, some drug-sniffing dogs are finding themselves with a skill set that is no longer necessary.
A North Carolina tattoo artist is receiving criticism for inking his dog. But is the practice any worse than the other cosmetic procedures we perform on dogs?
Using the same training techniques we use on dogs, researchers were able to demonstrate for the first time that non-humans can learn to keep a beat.
Yesterday, the SCOTUS had its first day of arguments on same-sex marriage. But you know what else they were discussing? Dog training and drugs.
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.
Katie Couric has a new daytime talk show. I was asked to live blog an episode that discussed dog psychics and revealed some great news about a local NY animal shelter.