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Dogs Happy to Share Food With Friends
Fido’s Getting Better Flu Shots
Dogs Make More Expressive Faces When Humans Are Watching
People Sleep More Soundly With Their Dogs in the Bedroom ... With One Exception
A new study suggests those puppy dog eyes could be trying to tell you something.
By Sarah Gleim Oct 23, 2017
Let sleeping dogs lie? Maybe even in the same room, says a new study.
By Alia Hoyt Oct 12, 2017
A new study put dogs and wolves head to head in the intelligence department. Guess which species won?
By John Perritano Sep 22, 2017
Credit for the ubiquity of the name as shorthand for a generic, random dog goes to one of the most popular U.S. presidents.
By Laurie L. Dove Aug 10, 2017
The most popular pooch names in the Big Apple reveal more about us humans that we might care to admit.
By Laurie L. Dove Jul 5, 2017
Some pet owners are amazed when their dogs respond to 'W-A-L-K' the same way they respond to 'walk.' But are their pooches getting smarter or just responding to something else?
By Alia Hoyt Jun 22, 2017
Think your dog would be willing to share his treats with other dogs? Studies show he probably would.
By John Perritano Mar 2, 2017
Scientists have developed two new vaccines for canine influenza that are far superior to those now available.
By John Perritano Feb 2, 2017
Huffing your puppy's feet for an aroma reminiscent of Fritos all comes down to the existence of certain microbes.
By Laurie L. Dove Nov 14, 2016
You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but researchers hope a pill could postpone the aging process and make man's best friend live a little longer.
By Jesslyn Shields Oct 17, 2016
Veterinarians have a name for when a dog gets the call of the wild, often after a bath, and suddenly starts tearing through the house with an untamed glint in its eye.
By Laurie L. Dove Sep 23, 2016
What's it going be, Fido: kibbles or kudos? A new study tackled the question.
By Robert Lamb Aug 19, 2016
Only seven cases of Guinea worm have occurred in humans so far in 2016. But hundreds of cases have appeared in dogs. What does this mean for guinea worm eradication?
By Robert Lamb Aug 12, 2016
Dogs suffering from the condition known as "limber tail" experience pain as their normally waggable appendages go limp.
By Jesslyn Shields Aug 4, 2016
Think you're an ace swimmer? These canines might be even better.
By Allison Loudermilk Jun 22, 2016
Pet stores provide scientific, anatomical names for dog chews, so why resort to euphemisms like "pizzle" and "bully stick"? Dogs have no shame — but we humans do.
By Laurie L. Dove May 23, 2016
Regardless of what a dog's breed actually is, if it's labeled a "pit bull," its chances of adoption drop. Pity the poor pit pup.
By Christopher Hassiotis Apr 6, 2016
If you live with a pooch, you know that dogs are insightful, intuitive creatures. But you may not realize just how insightful they can be.
By Linda C. Brinson
Dogs may be humankind's best friend, but they're not always that reliable. Sure, they can detect hidden objects at the bottom of a lake, but they also tend to mistake their tails for prey. So can we really trust them to predict the weather?
By Kate Kershner
All dogs, regardless of breed or age, are susceptible to the flu. What do you need to know before you drop your pup off at doggie day care?
By Julia Layton
Imagine your dog sending you a text alerting you that he needs to go out. Sound like science fiction? It may be closer to reality than you think.
By Laurie L. Dove
The old rule of thumb of seven dog years per human year typically makes dogs seem older than they really are. No fear, there's a formula to estimate your dog's age the right way!
By Bambi Turner
Thanks to your pet greyhound's superior speed, trying to keep up with them on a run would be an exercise in futility. Surprisingly, these dogs are lazier than you think!
When it comes to dogs, age really is just a number. If you've got the patience, you surely can teach an old dog some new tricks.
Kids and dogs usually love each other and you can strengthen that love by having your kids make their pet some tasty treats. We've got some easy recipes.
By Colleen Cancio
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