Except for Presidents Andrew Jackson, James Polk and Donald Trump, every American president has had a dog, or dogs. It’s easy to understand why presidents have a penchant for pooches.
Dogs have been so important to us over the centuries that they’ve even changed the way we speak! That’s right, the number of dog related idioms peppered into the English vernacular is impressive. How many of these dog idioms have you heard before?
Flying can be stressful. Flying with your dog can add to the stress. Owners of dogs that are shorter than 11 inches and weigh less than 15 pounds can take solace—small dogs can often fly in the cabin as carry-on luggage. But if your dog is larger, it will have to travel in the cargo […]
Most dog owners have probably thought, “I wish I knew what my dog was thinking.” Obviously, dogs can’t talk, but that doesn’t mean they don’t communicate. The key to understanding them is to understand their body language and cues, and interpret their vocalizations. (Check out this article to learn what your dog’s vocalizations mean.) Learning […]
There are many reasons why every year approximately 3.3 million dogs end up in animal shelters. Some dogs come from puppy mills. Some are strays. Others have been abused, neglected and abandoned. Some owners surrender their dogs because the responsibility of owning proves to be too much. And sometimes a dog owner becomes ill, and […]