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.
Science & Technology
A dog’s ability, and need, to goof off is part of what makes dogs so lovable and childlike — or maybe it’s why children can be so puppy-like.
Dogs can’t operate air conditioners, and don’t keep cold beers in the fridge. Fortunately, they have humans to help keep their temperatures down.
A science writer enlists his human party guests to help understand the taste differences between pate and Alpo.
Dog owners are now using Skype to check up on their pups throughout the day. They’re not the best conversationalists, but cute head tilts abound.
Ever wish you had the perfect jacket for your dog to save him from the apocalypse? Or stay up late wondering how to share your water bottle without getting dog germs? I did…but no longer!
Professor Irene Pepperberg spent decades studying her parrot, Alex. Could an understanding of bird intelligence make for a better dog owner?
Several hightech devices ease the burden of a cat owner’s most dreaded task. They also could be used to pan for gold.
Despite widespread availability of inoculations, the fear of rabies — both the disease and the vaccine — has been more harmful to dogs than rabid dogs have been to humans.
If you’ve been looking for a new way to take advantage of your iPhone’s endless capabilities and you’re interested in getting a dog, look no further than “Smart Pet” from Bandai.