Would you fire your dog for pooping on the rug? The president’s odd choice of words raises this question, and many others.
There's lots going on in the canine world. We sort through the fluff to bring you the most interesting and weird news items.
Note that Terribly Terrier does not routinely cover abuse stories (unless there's a unusual angle). We get just as outraged as any other dog lover when we hear these stories. However, there are other, better websites for those types of articles.
Move over, Rover. A growing number of people are finding it harder to do without their phone than their pet.
Dogs in Queensland, Australia are tripping out on the psychoactive venom of cane toads.
A new urban legend is hitting email inboxes for the second Halloween in a row. Don’t be fooled.
Residents of New York State can now join their the furry departed in a true “forever home” at the pet cemetery.
It’s NOT always Sunny in Washington. Here’s a roundup of the ridiculous political coverage of President Obama’s new dog.
Yes, there are people who steal dogs and sell them for a quick buck. Read the full story here… if you can stomach it.
The world’s first cable channel for dogs debuts on August 1, giving bored pooches something to do while their owners are away.
For dog owners, there’s never a shortage of things to worry about. But coyote attacks? Really? Yeah, really. Stories of coyotes attacking dogs pop up with some regularity, often when there’s been a spate of attacks in an area, or when an attack involves something extraordinary or unusual. Most recently, The Huffington Post and other …
Can dogs grieve? Can they actually cry? These are some of the questions raised by a sensational (and very sad) viral video.
LOLcats? Actually, not so much. According to a recent study, dog owners laugh more often than cat owners.
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.