I’m sure you’ve heard the argument before: your dog doesn’t really love you; he just acts that way because you feed him. But we know better, and now some scientists at Emory University think that they are on their way to proving this in the. . .
Here’s a beautiful, touching remembrance by Oprah Winfrey, about a very special dog in her life: a Cocker Spaniel named Sophie. It’s incredible how, even in a life full of dogs, one can. . .
Written by: Jenny Lance
Bernadette was obviously someone’s loved dog at some point, because she was spayed, knew sit/shake/stay, was house-trained, and loves people, cats, and dogs. For a reason we will never know, she ended up lying in the middle of a remote country road in southern Ohio, weighing. . .
A cool story on Inside Science looks at the ways scientists are studying the uniquely canine method of swimming that we all know as the “doggy paddle.” It turns out that there are some very interesting theory about how the stroke developed over. . .
This spring, Orvis and its customers will reach an important milestone: one million dollars raised for Morris Animal Foundation‘s Canine Cancer Research. To celebrate, we are offering some fantastic prizes for folks who enter the current Cover Dog Photo Contest. Those who enter the contest between January 15th and February 15th, 2014 will be entered in a random drawing to win great prizes. Click here for more details and to enter.
Additionally, we are thrilled to announce the WINNERS of this most recent Cover Dog Contest, as well as those who raised the most money, received the most votes.
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A church in Smithsburg, Maryland, has a great new idea to encourage folks to come to Sunday services: they can now bring their dogs along (one Sunday a month, at. . .