Archives for March 2012
The last time Peter Farmer saw his dog, he was merely a puppy. When he was just five months old he was stolen from Farmer’s back yard in Fayetteville.
The Pennsylvania Senate has voted in favor of Daniel’s Law in an attempt to ban the gassing of dogs and cats in the state.
A dog facing euthanization after the loss of a paw was saved by the kind hearted veterinary technician who refused to give up on him.
Our last visit with SB Nation’s Matt Uttford found us taking a whirlwind tour of backstage happenings at Westminster. Now he’s slumming it with the mutts, and we couldn’t be happier to hear it.
Giant George, the current Guinness World Records Tallest Dog in the World, is partnering with Life With Dogs to give away his newest book, Giant George: Life with the World’s Biggest Dog, being published April 10, 2012.
This is one of the orphaned fox cubs that have been raised by my dogs Molly and Saba.
Delaware’s first family has a new member of the household and her name is “Rue.” Rue is a playful, three-month old puppy with some pretty big paws.
This is what happened when we picked Reggie up at the doggie inn after our beach vacation. I think he missed us!
Ignored by her busy, growing family, a lonely Labrador in Pennsylvania on the verge of losing her home finds a new one – thanks to you.
An ear infection, stomach ache or cough can prompt a visit to your doctor and the same holds true for our pets. While the majority of these conditions are curable, they can become chronic and expensive to treat.
Ever hear the saying “you are what you eat?” It is a very simple statement with a lot of truth behind it. It applies, not only to your pet’s physical well-being, but to its mental health as well.
Four police officers stormed through a private residence in South Hiendley, West Yorkshire Saturday night in search of survivors, hostages, or anything else that might explain the unusual emergency call that brought them there.
A pit bull’s lip is half held in place by crude homemade stitches used to patch him together. Another pit bull’s eye is ringed with scars. And another cowers in the presence of humans.
Five retired Mine Detection Dogs from Iraq are on their way to new homes.