All kids should be allowed to have a dog, so make it easy for your parents to say yes. Find out five things you should do, and take a look at a bunch of great puppy pictures!
The grief involved when you lose your dog is very hard to deal with. This article explains how we coped with the loss of our dog. No, he was not just a dog — he was our mate, friend, and companion.
Rescue dogs are unforgettable—so much so, that most people who adopt a second-chance pet will return to a shelter when they are ready to get another dog.
If you are thinking of adopting a large dog, why not consider giving a retired racing Greyhound a home? There are many in the rescue centers. Here's what you should know before adopting this breed.
Before making the final decision to adopt a dog, it is important that you make sure his personality will fit in with your family. Find out what you need to do.
This is an informational article on U.S. cities that are hoping to stem inhumane breeding practices by making it mandatory for pet stores to sell only rescue dogs.
An AKC Breeder of Merit's guide to finding a reputable dog breeder for your new family member with tips on where to look, red flags to watch out for and typical breeder and puppy buyer obligations.
Animal rescue is one of the most important secret movements. It's more than likely going on in your own backyard, and you may not have any idea. Here's a closer look.
Puppy scams are rife. Frankly, they apply to any purebred puppy, kitten, and even other species. The popularity and priceyness of the Bull Terrier make this breed a natural target.
Local shelters have a multitude of ongoing needs. The Manatee County Animal Services shelter in Palmetto, Florida is one of many where needs are being met in a variety of ways. It takes a village.
Not every home is fit for a new puppy. Read below to see if your home is suitable for a new family member!
Older dogs can be wonderful pets if you give them a chance. Great for first-time owners, they are generally calm, well-behaved, and - best of all - fully housetrained!
Senior dogs are often overlooked at the shelter; however many of them make great pets, have years of love left to give. They are calmer and always ready for a snuggle.