Posted August 19, 2017 by Rebecca West

The demand for therapy dogs has increased significantly over the last few decades, and the range of jobs they perform has increased with it. Find out how they're helping us now.

Posted August 10, 2017 by Ron Callari

Last month, I blogged about therapy dogs adding “tutoring children” to their extensive resumes. A new innovative teaching method was introduced, which offered the comfort of dogs to young students with reading needs. It was met with a high level of success and has been used by several educational organizations on a national level. This month flipping the script somewhat, it’s been determined that in addition to assisting children, dogs benefit from the human voice in general.

Posted August 5, 2017 by Ron Callari

Catching a cup of Joe in Manhattan with your best friends can be a chore, particularly if you have to tie them to the curb. That was the challenge before father-daughter duo Coppy and Logan Holzman, who decided to overcome the hurdle.

Posted August 4, 2017 by Ron Callari

Pet owners throughout the U.S. love their dogs. They treat them like another member of the family, and are concerned for their well-being, particularly when they’re away from home. While sending their dog to a kennel or calling in favors with friends and family members to pet-sit or dog-walk is an option, it’s often a last resort.

Posted July 18, 2017 by Ron Callari

There’s been a lot of talk these days about robots eventually displacing the human workforce. The 21st Century has seen the rise of the machine assuming all kinds of job responsibilities — which, heretofore was the work of men and women.

Posted June 30, 2017 by Ron Callari

It’s stunning to think with today’s heated political debates directed at potentially dismantling healthcare, there are a number of outstanding companies in the U.S. who are not only taking care of their employees’ benefits, but also those of their pets.

Posted June 7, 2017 by Rebecca West

A food truck with a flair for canine cuisine has been driving the streets of Seattle like a Pied Piper for dogs. Based on its success, could this be a recipe for things to come? (VIDEO)

Posted May 27, 2017 by Ron Callari

We’ve come a long way, Lassie. From Ivan Petrovich Pavlov’s classical conditioning research of the early 1900s to artificial intelligence and web cams of the 21st Century — today our dogs can benefit from the advancement of technology in new and marvelous ways.