Talk about your Christmas miracles! Last week, Delaware Online published a story about a homeless man, Pete Buchmann who walked five miles a day to visit his dog, Buster, who was. . .
The Washington Post website features a wonderful set of photos of Sher Polvinale and the many senior dogs that she cares for in her home: . . .
The Internet is awash in these “Top 10″ kinds of posts, and the thing that bugs me the most is when you click a link and get sucked into a slideshow that forces you to click a dozen times to. . .
Whether or not you approve of the American Kennel Club or their work—many dog lovers prefer mixed breeds or rescue dogs—the organization does have tremendous influence on the. . .
[Editor's Note: Dr. Bo Bergman—a.k.a. "the Dogtor"—has graciously agreed to answer questions about dog health and care from Orvis Dogs readers. If you have a question for the Dogtor, leave it in the comments section below. Click here to read his introductory post.]
In his first video “Ask the Dogtor” installment, Dr. Bo discusses whether or not your dog needs a coat. . .and perhaps some booties, as. . .
A Virginia shelter had tried to find a home for Tristan, a nine-year-old Doberman-Rottweiler mix, for almost a year with no luck. Folks who came into Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society sometimes commented that the dog was “ugly,” which upset shelter workers who knew what a. . .
This is a wonderful video that will have you smiling by the end. First, Derby’s adopted parents fit him with a cart, but they weren’t pleased with the mobility it afforded. So they turned to. . .
I recently stumbled across a discussion of the “dog Heimlich maneuver,” and I realized that I didn’t know exactly how to do it. A little research turned up an excellent video from Dr. Andrew. . .