Diagnosing mental health problems in dogs can be hard. Sniff & Barkens reports the most common signs to watch for in your pet.
Bella always got compliments wherever we went. She had long, collie/shepherd fur flecked with gold, red and gray tones that glistened as she played with the waves on the beach or showed off her tricks for the neighborhood children. I started to see the problems about six months before she needed full-time help walking. Her spirit was willing, but her spinal degeneration was rendering her back legs weaker and weaker in a relentless march toward immobility, much like the way Multiple Sclerosis can progress in some people.
Ricochet is the world’s first SURFice dog™. She helps people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities surf and raises money for charities.
Nancy Furstinger, award-winning animal author, talks about her inspirations and lifelong love of dogs.
CAREing Paws shows nursing students how patients react to dogs trained to support patient care.
Cajun painter George Rodrigue’s The Blue Dog series captivates viewers with her yellow eyes.
This Halloween, black dogs could use a little extra love and attention.
Not only can old dogs learn new tricks; they can teach us a thing or two about the value of age and experience and unconditional love.
I love road trips, new places, and adventures but I have a hesitant hound who hates the highway.
September 28th is World Rabies Awareness Day and the birthday of Louis Pasteur, the French chemist who developed the vaccine. It’s a great day to check that your dog’s vaccinations are up-to-date!