Posted October 21, 2012 by Ron Callari

Dog photography is a real art as evidenced by folks such as renown pet photographer Paul Walker (see "Who's On Canine Camera?"). But Seth Casteel
has distinguished himself from the others in his field with a unique
approach to capturing dogs on film. Featured in National Geographic, CNN
and a number of TV talk shows, this photographer came up with the novel
idea of photographing dogs underwater.

Posted October 21, 2012 by Cindi Brown

Pumpkins are delicious and nutritious -- for people and for pets. Read on to learn three good reasons to supplement your dog or cat's diet with this quintessential fall food.

Posted October 21, 2012 by Daylyn Snyder

Any time we grab something to drink, we expect it to be cold. After all, who wants to drink something that is hot? So why not give your dog and/or cat the same thing! With this product, your pets can have cold water for up to 14 hours a day!

Posted October 20, 2012 by John P. Barker

Who would'a thought it?  A rabbit and a wiener dog having fun without any animosity.  Quite cute and very cool...

Posted October 19, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

Istanbul Turkey is rife with stray cats and dogs who've more or less
assimilated into its busy life, being fed by garbage scraps or by the
thousands of good-hearted city dwellers and restaurateurs who leave
bowls of milk and table scraps out for the local strays. The city
government now wants to 'round up' the street dogs and cats and keep
them in 'natural habitat parks,' but animal activists are protesting
'never again.'

Posted October 19, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Tuesday night in Tennessee the Metropolitan Council for Nashville and Davidson County voted to make the ongoing care of retired police animals law. The new ordnance will provide as much as $2500 annually for dogs and horses that have served in law enforcement roles. These funds will be available to cover food, medication, and veterinary care, and up to 14 days of boarding for dogs annually.

Posted October 18, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

Your mother probably told you not to let your dog kiss you on the mouth -
so maybe you listened.  A new study on human and canine periodontal
disease is out to vindicate your mother.

Posted October 18, 2012 by Daylyn Snyder

As pet owners, it is inevitable that we will all encounter pet stains, specifically urine stains, at some point or another. Whether you are potty training a new dog or cat, or have an older dog or cat that has urinary incontinence, you will want to be ready when these accidents occur. Fizzion is the product you will want to have on hand.