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  • Sweet Potato Salesdog
    par Susan Tasaki le 29/05/2020 à 9:41

    A popular Japanese street-food stand is “manned” by a dog.Sapporo, on the Japanese island of Hokkaido, is best known for beer, skiing and its annual snow festival. Thanks to the Twitterverse, Ken, a perky, four-year-old red Shiba Inu, is now also on its list of attractions. On weekends […]

  • Meet Peso
    par The Bark Editors le 28/05/2020 à 9:13

    Peso is a funny little guy who will howl to get attention. He spends his time grooming his stuffies, lounging in the sun and hanging out with his folks. He is the best dog anyone could ask for.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Meet Mickey
    par The Bark Editors le 28/05/2020 à 8:58

    Mickey is a good natured and amusing dog. He's looking for a home and promises to be loyal to his family and has a lot of love to give!Tags: smiling dogs

  • How the Coronavirus Pet Adoption Boom is Reducing Stress
    par L.F. Carver le 27/05/2020 à 9:33

    As has been discussed in so many articles, sharing our lives with pets is good for our health. Not only do they make us healthier in normal times, in stressful times the benefit of a pandemic puppy (or cat), or other non-human companion, goes even further. Read more: When pets are family, the […]

  • How Not to Respond During Off-Leash Incidents
    par The Bark Editors le 27/05/2020 à 1:50

    A video (below) capturing a highly charged incident that occurred between a woman walking her dog and a birdwatcher in NYC’s Central Park has gone viral. The antagonistic confrontation has spurred charges of racism, entitlement and accusations of animal cruelty. While we feel that the […]

  • Book Review: Good Karma
    par Patricia Lutwack-Bloom le 26/05/2020 à 10:43

    A NovelPatricia Lutwack-BloomBy Christina Kelly (Harper Paperbacks)Sometimes, a book cover is so entrancing that we buy the book just for that. It doesn’t happen often, but it does occur now and then. This happened to me recently. I was so enamored by the cover and title of Good […]

  • The Young Lieutenant’s Dog
    par Patricia Lutwack-Bloom le 26/05/2020 à 9:58

    The Untold Story of a WWII Canine HeroDunkirk, site of the 1940 heroic all-hands-on-deck evacuation of troops forced into the sea by an advancing German army, was the subject of the 2017 Christopher Nolan film of the same name. Over the course of nine days in May, 330,000 French, British, Belgian […]

  • Sourdough Treats for Dogs
    par Claudia Kawczynska le 26/05/2020 à 8:30

    Our canine co-pilots reap the rewards of pandemic-inspired baking.Too much sourdough starter? No problem! Expand your baking routine to include treats for the pups. Like many of you, since mid-March, I’ve had the sourdough bug in a big way. I’d been wanting to delve into creating and […]

  • Dogs Won’t Love It When We Return To Work
    par Karen B. London le 25/05/2020 à 11:04

    It’s up to us to help them with this transitionTransition whiplash—that describes spring 2020 for people and dogs alike. Millions of dogs accepted the constant company of people who are home all day quite seamlessly, but the next big transition is going to be a doozy. Being alone again […]

  • My Dog Freezes on Walks – Is That Normal?
    par Emma Bowdrey le 25/05/2020 à 8:58

    As a dog behaviourist, one of the questions I am asked with almost every new client is “Is what my dog doing normal?”. There are many adorable behaviours that dogs act out that make them the goofy oddballs we can’t help but love. There are also some things they do that are really […]

  • Snakebites: Why Cats Have More Lives Than Dogs
    par Dominic Jarvis le 21/05/2020 à 9:56

    Cats are twice as likely to survive a venomous snakebite than dogs, and the reasons behind this phenomenon have been revealed by University of Queensland research. The research team, led by PhD student Christina Zdenek and Associate Professor Bryan Fry, compared the effects of snake […]

  • Meet Snowy
    par The Bark Editors le 21/05/2020 à 9:33

    Snowy "Bear" is learning to paint ... and considers himself a master of the abstract and is actively seeking a publishing deal!Tags: smiling dogs

  • Meet Rona
    par The Bark Editors le 21/05/2020 à 9:23

    Seven-year-old Rona was named after a Scottish island. She goes loonie at the beach and will bark at the waves.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Memorable TV Moments Featuring Dogs
    par The Bark Editors le 20/05/2020 à 10:19

    Right about now, you’ve probably watched every show on your list of lists—best thrillers, top 10 crime procedurals, the freshest rom-coms—and are considering working your way through documentaries ... WWII battles anyone? Well, for your viewing pleasure, we’ve put together a […]

  • 5 Tips for Helping Your Dog with Degenerative Myelopathy
    par Ashley Stimpson le 20/05/2020 à 12:50

    —From Someone Who’s Been ThereWhen I first noticed Gus, my beloved white Boxer, dragging his back foot, I teased him about being lazy. At age 10, Gus was finally mellowing out after a decade of careening through life like a rodeo bull. Soon, though, he was dragging that foot on our […]

  • New Covid-19 and Pets Study Underway
    par Susan Tasaki le 19/05/2020 à 10:55

    Keeping companion animals and their families safeAs Covid-19 began spreading throughout the U.S. earlier this year, people asked if they could give the novel coronavirus to their pets, or if their pets could infect them with it. Some worried about cross-contamination at dog parks, or the […]

  • Caring for Street Dogs in India
    par Sindhoor Pangal le 19/05/2020 à 10:29

    We asked Sindhoor Pangal, a canine behavioral consultant and the director of BHARCS in Bangalore, India, to tell us how things are going in India, another country that is experiencing stay-at-home restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is what she has to say about how the street dogs have […]

  • My Dog Sleeps All Day – Is that Normal?
    par Emma Bowdrey le 18/05/2020 à 8:36

    One of the questions I am asked regularly is “Is what my dog doing normal?”. There are many behaviours that dogs act out that make them adorable goofy oddballs and some things they do are really rather gross. It can be tricky to know what is normal ‘dogs will be dogs’ […]

  • Q&A with Susie Green, author of Dogs in Art
    par The Bark Editors le 17/05/2020 à 8:10

    A new book delves into centuries of art showcasing our first and oldest friends.Dogs in Art is a refreshing primer on a subject old as time, as evidenced by Egyptian and pre-Columbian artifacts highlighted by author Susie Green in this seminal work. A handsome, well-researched book, it strikes the […]

  • Pet Food Alert: “Add Moisture First” Label Needed
    par Susan Thixton le 14/05/2020 à 10:08

    We must require freeze dried pet foods to have a moisture alert on their labels.Attention all freeze dried and dehydrated pet food manufacturers: do the right thing…put an alert on your label. There is a serious concern with dehydrated or freeze-dried pet foods that needs to be openly […]

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