The pitbull was once the most beloved dog breed in America. This video explains the history of the breed and how and why perception of these amazing dogs changed.
If you’re a dog, you probably don’t use Facebook. Or Twitter. So how in the world is anyone supposed to know that you exist? Your virile scent, of course. And in the game of spreading pee smell, the bigger you can make yourself seem, the better.
Ohio dog owner Kara Vlach-Lasher is selling limited-edition prints of her dog Tucker’s pee patterns on the ground.
If I stood just a foot or two off the ground, didn’t understand language and was put alone in a room by large creatures in white coats who offered no assurance that they were going to come back to get me anytime soon, I’d be upset. Really, it takes much less than that to put me in a bad mood.
Animal lover Joan Steiner made art out of all things edible, creating tableaus that were pleasant to humans and yummy to canines.
As a native city-ite, I’ve always made use of whatever outdoor space I can get, especially in the warmer months.
Planning on getting your dog to crash your ex’s wedding? Call me and I can help you train him to pee on her dress.
My love of dog figurines is, apparently an inherited trait.
Yesterday, The New York Times had a piece on Brooklynite Peter Taft and his search -and-rescue dog, Cassius. Cassius, a German Shepherd, was found at a shelter in Milwaukee and then trained at the Northwest K9 Academy in Seattle.
Back before the days of Google Image, I used to love looking at the pictures in dictionaries. Memory Dust, an Etsy store, pays homage to those timeless images with lovely prints of dogs on paper…