Posted September 28, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

If you're a peanut butter fan, I'm sure you've paid attention to the recent Sunland, Inc.
voluntary recalls of various brands of peanut butter manufactured by
the company due to salmonella bacteria being identified in some
samples.  Today, a very new item for dogs, Dogsbutter, also joined the list of recalls, sad news for our dogs, the Dog For Dog company that owns the brand, and all the shelter dogs who will not receive their donations of the Dog For Dog goodies.

Posted September 26, 2012 by Savanna Y Lujan

Immune health is a big factor that can protect your dog from cancer and numerous other ailments. While these supplements aren't guaranteed to cure dog cancer, they can improve your dog's overall health and help prevent cancer from forming.

Posted September 25, 2012 by Savanna Y Lujan

Looking for a good dog treat to give your pup, but sick of all the artificial additives that are usually found in manufactured dog treats? Make your own with one of these five recipes.

Posted September 24, 2012 by John P. Barker

Egad!  If you thought the dog in yesterday's video was patient, wait until you see this.  Truly, this cat is a Zen Master...

Posted September 23, 2012 by John P. Barker

I don't know that I would be capable of having the patience of this dog.  He seems to be taking a mini-hoofed beating from these little goats.  Yet he doesn't even break a sweat.  Oh, wait... dogs can't sweat...

Posted September 21, 2012 by Lady Bee

You'd better watch out for what your vet
recommends these days.  Hill's, makers of touted 'veterinarian
recommended' Science Diet, is seldom, if ever, on any pet nutritionist's
list of best pet foods. 
Finally though, Science Diet is going natural, with 'quality protein
the first ingredient' in its dog and cat brands, and 'no artificial
colors or flavors....'  But a pet owner just might be concerned by the
plastic coating on the kibble.

Posted September 21, 2012 by John P. Barker

What happens when a dachshund encounters a remote controlled penguin?  Lots of running around, that's what.

Posted September 16, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Back in August Anthony Ortolani climbed Mount Bierstadt, one of the many "fourteeners," or peaks that rise to 14,000 feet or more above sea level in Colorado. He took his German shepherd, Missy, along with him. On the way down he reached a point where Missy could not make it on her own. He said that he didn't want to leave her, but decided that he had to stay with her and die himself or go down the mountain without her. Eight days later she was found at 13,000 feet by Scott and Amanda Washburn, skinny, bleeding, and clinging to life.