Fostering a dog for a temporary period of time will increase the likelihood that the dog will find a forever home.
Similar to selecting a day care for a child, choosing a doggie day care center is a process that takes some time and consideration.
Across the country, dog social groups are enabling dog owners and their pets to find common ground.
Increasingly, dog owners understand that their pets need regular exercise and preventative efforts to maintain good health. They're finding that the sorts of therapies we humans enjoy, such as aromatherapy and massage, also serve their dogs well.
Here, 10 things every dog owner should do to keep their pet happy, healthy and in good shape.
Shy dogs can be like shy people -- They may become anxious and even defensive when exposed to strange situations. Check out these tips for properly socializing your dog.
Want to get fit? Dogs make some of the best workout partners. Here's how you and your dog can get healthy together.
During tough economic times, who doesn't want to save money and spend less? With these tips, pet parents can save big.
I've seen owners dancing with their dogs, doing some really cool moves. I'm not interested in competitions for this, but I would still like to train my dog to dance with me. Any tips?
When it's raining cats and dogs outside, plenty of indoor fun can be found with a dog craft day.
The slow-food movement isn't just for organic foodies anymore.
Just by owning a dog, you are improving your chances of living a longer life.
Grab the popcorn, turn the cell phone off and snuggle up with your BFF (best furry friend) to enjoy 10 of the best movies about dogs.
A few simple steps on your part could mean more years of happy times with your dog.
Hydrotherapy provides important physical therapy to dogs, especially those who have difficulty engaging in regular outdoor activities.
As our canine companions grow older, they are subject to the same degenerative problems as we are.
Older dogs might not fill a home with happy chaos as energetic puppies do, but these senior pets still enrich our lives in so many ways.
Traveling with a dog can be fun, exciting and memorable, but it can also be a bit of a challenge if its idea of bathroom etiquette is finding the nearest patch of grass that smells like home.
Since dogs are unable to verbalize what they are really thinking, there are nonverbal cues that we can learn from and respond to accordingly.
These days, dogs are on Facebook and Twitter, and they're even "blogging" with help from their owners.