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This will get Fido's tail wagging.
Hello, tiny fuzzball!
Spoiler alert: It's adorable.
Welcome to club, guys!
Generally speaking, bulldogs are considered among the animals made most miserable by selective breeding. And the English
"When you hear purebred you should think inbred. Kennel clubs prohibit purebred dogs from ever mating outside their breed
While neutering reduces suffering in general, it may well put your individual pet at greater risk of a serious disease such as cancer. It's a classic conflict between what is best for the individual versus what is best for society. Is there an alternative to routine de-sexing of pets?
As with so many slick marketing campaigns, the American Kennel Club has glossed over the downside of purebred dogs, including the fact that they often suffer miserably from congenital defects and inherited diseases. Here is the info that you won't hear from the AKC about those top 10 breeds.
While the confetti is still being swept up from the streets of Washington following the inauguration, and President Barack Obama begins his second term, it's clear that one of his most valuable companions -- Bo -- also knows that it's time to buckle down and get to work.
Hurting puppies is unfathomable to most of us. Americans love puppies, and many of us agree with the late Charles M. Schulz's sentiments: "Happiness is a warm puppy." But despite all the adoration, puppies (and their mothers) continue to suffer in puppy mills.
From Mother Nature Network's John Platt: Over in Wilton, Conn., a 3-year-old white Samoyed named Suka is preparing for this
So far, 224 pets have been reported stolen in 2011, compared to the 150 stolen during the same period of seven months in
What if the U.S. government wanted your dog to enlist in the military? That's exactly the request that went out in 1942 shortly after Pearl Harbor.
Introducing Hickory, the 135th Best in Show winner at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and arguably the most famous Scottish Deerhound in the world.
It's time that the U.S. catches up with Britain's animal welfare standards. If breeders want something to manipulate and deform within an inch of their lives, they should take up bonsai.