Ever worry that your puppy is just in it for the kibble? Well, be reassured: A new study suggests that your dog remembers your scent just the way you can't catch a whiff of fresh-baked cookies without thinking of your grandma. (Or Shalimar, depending on the type of grandma you had.)
You know it, you love it, you want it, so come and get it, doggystyle. That's what the in-flight magazine ad for a new Brazilian "love hotel" for dogs would say if dogs could read and make decisions about where they took their vacations. As it happens, no such ad currently exists, which is why it is my solemn duty to…
During a visit to Canine Partners Training Centre, a charity that "assists people with disabilities to enjoy a greater independence and quality of life through the provision of specially trained dogs," Prince Harry met a puppy named Veyron.
Some backstory: My boyfriend is a musician and one of his songs came up in shuffle on my iTunes. Molé attempted to sing along!
Sadie the Scottie may have won Best in Show at the 134th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, but let's not forget that the other competitors were also adorable — and hilarious. We award prizes to the
Who spends $4600 in excess baggage fees and $2,000 on dry cleaning — to get the moldy cheese and liver treat crumbs out of their pockets? A dog-handler. Poodle groomers have odd lives too:
Is Dr. Malcolm Brynin, a sociologist at the University of Essex, completely insane? He says: "It seems that the secret to long-term happiness in a relationship is to skip a first relationship."
A Dalmation named Button had 18 puppies, and Today's Meredith Vieira called them "Duggars of the doggie world." Matt Lauer laughed, "I'm sure the Duggars would appreciate that."