Dog trainers practice their skills by training chickens. Might parents be wise to practice their parenting skills on ultra-loving non-verbal creatures who will never grow up to shoot up strangers in public places?
I recently lost a puppy friend in a horrible accident on a city street. In Alex’s honor, here are some tips on keeping dogs safe in busy urban settings.
Two cloned dogs are terrorizing the Upper West Side. Their owner is only the latest entries on a growing list of eccentrics to shelling out for this expensive procedure.
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.
If you are in the pathway of Hurricane Sandy and you are a dog owner, here are some quick tips to keeping your furry friend safe.
Cathy Klein of PetResumes.net works to help prospective landlords see what lovable tenants your cats or dogs could be.
Cats aren’t usually great travelers. Here is a quick guide to making sure your cat is well tended to while you’re off spending quality vacation time with your dog.
In this episode, CBS’ new TV trainer, Justin Silver, throws out some appropriate terms but then goes about attempting to change dog behavior in ways that just don’t make sense.
Dina DiCenso, the owner of Brooklyn’s Gristle Tattoo, is working to help find homes for needy pitbulls. But she’s even more passionate about the furry homeless creatures who ride the subway.
Two of the New York Times’ hyper local neighborhood sites have new dog columns. I’ve set them up to battle in the Thunderdome. Two blogs enter, one blog leaves.