Lots of apartments and house rentals are advertised as "dog friendly." What this usually means is that tenants are allowed to have dogs. There is usually a pet … [Read more...]
Help Dog Science!
April 16, 2018: Darwin’s Dogs, a project of the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, and U-Mass Medical School, is launching a “citizen science” survey. The data … [Read more...]
How many dogs does it take to change a light bulb?
Australian Shepherd: I have a better idea... let's herd all the lightbulbs into one place. Basset Hound: You go ahead. I'll just take a nap. Beagle: … [Read more...]
The Right Dog Breed Makes a Big Difference
Singles, active young couples, families with children, senior citizens – each household will have its own lifestyle, preferences and needs. Dog breeds have … [Read more...]
New Top Breed Lists!
Want to find the breeds that bark the least? The best jogging companions? Dogs that are great with kids? Dogs that shed the least? See our new Top Dog … [Read more...]
Why are dogs so affectionate?
Have you ever wondered why dogs are so friendly and affectionate? You may be surprised to know that scientists have wondered the same thing. To answer … [Read more...]
DogSpotting Brings University of North Carolina Students Together
The sport of DogSpotting has been popularized worldwide through a FaceBook group where players can post pictures of dogs they've seen. But students at various … [Read more...]
Are Dogs “Self-Aware?”
For most dog owners, the answer to this question is a resounding YES! Clearly, your dog thinks of himself as a distinct "being." But the question of … [Read more...]