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Dog Lost In Mountains Rescued By Courageous Hikers

September 30, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

After one month of scraping by among the unforgiving terrain of Colorado’s Mount Bross, Chloe is overjoyed to be back in the warm embrace of her family. According to The Denver Post, Larry Osborne’s 14-year-old Lab/pit bull mix went missing in the small town of Alma, Colorado, on Mount Bross. The peak is one of Colorado’s […]

Rescue Dog Searches For Mexico Earthquake Victims

September 24, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

Having already save 52 lives during her career, Frida is plunging back into the rubble to find more people. The six-year-old labrador has been deployed at disasters across Central and North America, participating in rescue missions in Haiti, Ecuador and Honduras. Her bravery and resourcefulness has even earned the praise of Mexico’s president, Enrique Pena […]

What Your Dog’s Bad Behavior Says About You

August 26, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

If you live with a dog chances are, despite how much you love them, there are a few behaviors you’re just not that into. At our house, a nearly 13-year-old Pomeranian named Truffle is in charge and knows it. His frantic barking at every passerby, bird and rock drives us wild, but rather than deal […]

Fourth of July Safety

July 3, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

While it may seem like an obvious warning, the Fourth of July is not necessarily dog friendly. People who buy fireworks often start experimenting with them well before the actual holiday and sometimes long after the holiday is over. Whatever plans you have going on for the Fourth of July be sure to take into […]

Research Says Dog Owners Walk More Than Non Dog Owners

June 16, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

It turns out, the best thing about your dog might not be their unconditional love.  A new study suggests there’s yet another benefit to owning a dog – you walk more. In a study recently published in BMC Public Health it was determined that dog owners, on average, walked 22 minutes more per day compared […]