It can be challenging as our dogs get older. They have been our constant companions through job changes, adventures, traveling, and more. So, when you notice your dog is getting a little stiff and moving slower, the first thing you want to do is help them.
Does your dog stretch when they see you or when they get up from a nap? This is not only great for their muscles, but it is a sign they’re comfortable with you! When dogs bow their head low, this shows trust and submission.
After a traumatic accident, intense surgery, cancer diagnosis, or consumption of toxins, dogs may find themselves in need of a little extra blood. Luckily for our canine partners, dogs are able to donate blood to one another.
With a slim, athletic build and almost jackal-like appearance, The Carolina Dog is a dog most people have never seen before. The rare breed is the only dog native to North America, and it wasn’t formally recognized until the 1970s.
Finding a coyote lying in the median isn’t where you’d expect a love story spanning years to begin. Kathy Tatus was driving to work one Saturday morning when she saw the meek figure, which she assumed was a coyote, in the median. She moved along and began work at a store on the Little Rock Airforce Base in Little Rock, Arkansas.
As an animal lover, seeing an unexpected dog wearing a “Service Animal” harness might be the highlight of your day. Service dogs big and small provide valuable – and sometimes lifesaving – services to their owners and deserve all the “good boy” pets in their off time.