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From Scaredy-Cat to Surfing Star: The World’s First Pro Surfing Girl Dog

Those who train dogs, work with dogs or just love dogs know that there is no limit to what they can do.  There are dogs that do tricks, assist the blind, save lives, compete in agility trials

Wine, Cheese and Wags: Socializing with Your Dog!

Mingling, cocktails, bar snacks…and dog slobber? Not your typical happy hour scene!

Every Dog Deserves Its Day

Each year, thousands of animals are euthanized because owners reach the end of the leash in trying to correct behavior problems like aggression, reactivity, excessive barking  and destructive

Keeping Your Pet Safe From House Fires

Do you know how you would save your pet in the event of a house fire

May 16–22, 2010 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week

You probably have heard someone say that his or her dog’s bark is worse than his bite. Maybe you’ve even used those words to describe your own dog’s behavior. Unfortunately, too often the old adage does not hold true. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 4.7 million Americans will be bitten by a dog this year, with about half of the victims under the age of 12. While there’s no way to guarantee that you won’t get bitten, or that your dog won’t bite someone else, there are things you can do to reduce the risk.