Emergency evacuation tips for dog owners. Families need to be ready in case there’s a hurricane or a tornado or a fire.
I hit the box and the team roared with excitement! While catching the ball I looked at the dog in the other lane…there was no way he would beat the invincible, unstoppable, indomitable Folly! I headed back over the jumps as my Daddy started to run away with my tug. I cleared the start line […]
I drive into the garage, knowing that our bulldog has heard the garage door opening from where he waits inside the house. I have groceries today and the shortest route to the kitchen is through the laundry room. I estimate that if I carry the gallon of milk in now, I can unload the car […]
When Josie was about a year old, before I knew her, she was left during the night at an animal shelter in rural Maine. No name, no collar, no history. Rib-skinny, zero-history dog. Some weeks after that, I walked back and forth along the kennels in that shelter, looking for a special companion. Dogs called […]
Dog body language expert Robin K. Bennett checked in with Sniff and Barkens to offer her take on these doggie play styles. Robin is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer and co-author of Off Leash Play. What’s your dog’s play style? At first, the Golden is trying to decide if she wants to play. She does […]
I am a three-year old Shetland Sheepdog named Mikki and I am a proud working dog. Always the consummate professional, I take my duties seriously. Since I was a wee pup I’ve been employed by a man named William. I call him Bill. I can do that, since we’re the best of friends. Bill isn’t […]