Eww, dog kisses. This article explains why dogs lick people so much, and what you can do about it.
Dogs have been our companions since ancient times. Yet while they seem so familiar on one level, our canine buddies can also fascinate and - at times - mystify us. These articles tackle some of the most interesting issues for dog owners.
Is your dog causing your gaydar to spike? He might be homosexual, but more likely, he’s just doing normal canine stuff.
Dogs sometimes eat grass, and we’re not just talking about the kind that grows in your backyard. Unfortunately, eating pot can get dogs into real trouble.
The Nat Geo show Spoiled Rotten Pets features some of the world’s most pampered animals. Take this test to find out how your dog compares.
The unbelievable story of a man who bought two toy poodles that turned out to be nothing more than poofy ferrets on steroids. Really.
Why do dogs tilt their heads when confused, curious, or just really interested in what they’re hearing? Here are three possible reasons.
If ghosts and spirits are real, then it’s a safe bet that dogs are really good at detecting them. They’re blessed with built-in ghost hunting equipment.
A new report says pet ownership is up dramatically among single people, particularly single men. Maybe it’s because dogs are great chick (and dude) magnets.
A new program called Pets Unstressing Passengers (PUP) is designed to keep people calm while waiting in long lines at the airport.
Teacup dogs are insanely popular, but there’s a dark side to this craze. Here are 3 things to consider before bringing home one of these miniaturized pups.
Why do dogs hump inappropriate objects? Why do female dogs hump? Why do humans find all of this so funny? These questions (and more) answered.
Dogs will eat anything, including a fat stack of cash. Here are some notorious examples.