A new prototype harness keeps track of a service dog’s heart rate and breathing, but it is really necessary?
Genetic research out of China has us wondering: how can we improve our dogs?
It’s like a Fitbit for your moody pooch. But does it work?
Did the creator of the canine-centric suburban safari phenomenon just troll me?
The internet as comforter and ever-present help in times of trouble.
Either way they're all very good dogs.
But you'll have to go to Chiba city.
"I've trying to control my fear. But my anger keeps coming fighting back."
Agility contests injure a higher percentage of dog athletes than basketball does human ones.
Anthropologists say you can find cultural, dietary, and even genetic information about humans by studying their dogs.