Everyone loves a dancing dog. The dogs are always cute, but sometimes the dancing is kind of meh. Not so in these outstanding canine dance classic clips: One from 1941, the other from 2010.
Some essential products for bored dogs, from toys that clean teeth to puzzle games for canine brains.
Remember when Triumph the Insult Comic Dog sang “Cats are Cunts?” That was just short for “Consumers.” Here are five toys your second favorite four-legged pet would like you to buy.
In a video assignment, a psych student explains the power of Pavlovian Conditioning–a useful too for training dogs. On The Office, Jim also uses it to train Dwight.
In this adorable video, clicker trainer Sian Davies demonstrates that all animals learn in essentially the same way…and that cuteness knows no species.
Treadmills are an excellent way to exercise a high energy dog. And watching dogs on treadmills is an excellent way to kill time on a rainy Sunday when we should really be going to the gym.
The so-called “Dog Whisperer” makes training look like magic. But on the cutting room floor, we find it’s not magic. It’s science. The science of punishment.
Zeutering is a non-surgical neutering procedure that could help solve the pet population problem.
Two dudes have a rap battle about their dogs.
In the world of dog agility, this is a must-have gag product.