Service, therapy, Emotional Support (ESA), and other assistance dogs help make human lives easier through a variety of tasks. Read on to learn what the difference is between these types of working dogs.
Nobody knows exactly when man's best friend began helping those with disabilities, but canine assistance goes way back. Today, we estimate that there are at least 500,000 service dogs working in the United States alone. But when did people start using canines to assist?
Every dog owner would love to have more time with their pet. While those are futuristic dreams, modern technology has opened new doors in the ways we care for our pet’s longevity. This new type of care can help them live longer and healthier lives. Read to find out more.
Dewclaws serve various purposes, from helping dogs keep their balance when running to providing extra grip when climbing. But do dewclaws have to be removed? And if so, why? Keep reading to find out more about this canine characteristic!
The world of dog sports is a big one! How much do you know about what is out there? We break down a few of the most popular sports. Check out if your dog is a good fit for any of these fun activities.
Given the chance, dogs love running through tall grasses. Unfortunately, hidden dangers can be lurking in those spaces that many dogs find so inviting, including foxtails. We’ll explain what they are and how to protect your pup from them.
We all know the signs of a happy pet - tail wagging, excited barks, and loving licks. Did you know dogs can experience grief, too? And as their best friend, you are the perfect person to help your dog work through that grief.
As temperatures continue to rise, there is a great method to help cool off - a nice cold drink. These recipes are safe for dogs and humans. Let Yappy Hour begin!
Be careful out there! With dangerous heat impacting many areas, it is important to know what to look out for. Click to learn more.