3 Ways To Take Advantage Of “National Train Your Dog” Month This January

In 2010 the Association of Professional Dog Trainers named January National Train Your Dog Month. The campaign is designed to bring awareness to the importance of dog socialization and training. The APDT selected January because of the large number of puppies purchased and adopted at the holidays. The New Year is also an excellent time […]

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Official State Dogs Of The U.S.

There are several issues that divide the citizens of the United States, but one thing that seems to unify us all is dogs. It’s a little surprising that in a country full of dog lovers, only 12 of the 50 states have named an official state dog. In fact, there were no dogs as state symbols […]

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Autumn & Kona: A K-9 Search and Rescue Team

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What does it take to be a search and rescue dog — and to own one? Autumn Manka weighs in on life with her K-9 Search and Rescue German Shepherd Dog, Kona.

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Autumn & Kona: A K-9 Search and Rescue Team

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What does it take to be a search and rescue dog — and to own one? Autumn Manka weighs in on life with her K-9 Search and Rescue German Shepherd Dog, Kona.

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PETITION- Military Dog Families Destroyed By New United Flight Pet Regulations

Last May, iHeartDogs reported on the new PetSafe pet transportation policies set forth by United Airlines. After several incidents, the airline revamped their protocols and announced they would no longer accept reservations for “snub-nosed” or “strong-jawed” dog breeds. They also limited travel crates to a maximum height of 30 inches, effectively preventing large dogs of any breed […]

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Is Your Dog Barking at Night? What to Know and What to Do

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How do you handle a dog barking at night? What could cause a dog’s nighttime whining or barking, and do the reasons for a dog barking at night vary by a pup’s age?

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Deputy’s Small Act Of Kindness Makes A Difference For Injured Dog

A small act of kindness can go a long way. This particular act of kindness has traveled around the world via internet since the photo went viral last month. Florida resident Carlos Irizzary was walking his dog when he spotted an Osceola County Sheriff’s Deputy sitting on the ground next to an injured pup. The […]

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MUTTS Canine Cantina — An Urban Oasis for Dogs

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With dining, drinks and rec space for humans and doggies alike, MUTTS Canine Cantina is more than your typical dog park or pup-friendly eatery.

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Let’s Talk About Dog Nipples

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How many nipples do dogs have? Do male dogs have nipples, too? What is mastitis in dogs? We answer everything you ever wanted to know (and more!) about dog nipples.

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Let’s Talk About Dog Nipples

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How many nipples do dogs have? Do male dogs have nipples, too? What is mastitis in dogs? We answer everything you ever wanted to know (and more!) about dog nipples.

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“Cuddlegrams” Give Your Valentine A Visit From A Furry Bundle Of Love!

Valentine’s Day is coming up, and if you’re looking for a unique gift you know your partner will love, we found it for you! Some shelters give their pets a break from the noisy kennel environment by offering “cuddlegrams” on Valentine’s Day! You can book a sweet cuddle session for your special someone with a […]

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“Thoughts Of A Dog” Is The Most Uplifting Thing On The Internet

There’s times we know for sure what our dogs are thinking, like when we try to quietly open a container and he comes running – he’s thinking “FOOD!” Or when he’s barking at squirrels through the window – depending on your dog, he could be thinking “FRIEND!” or “GET AWAY FROM MY HOUSE!” But there […]

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Canine Star Of “A Dog’s Way Home” Was Hand-Picked From A Tennessee Shelter

The filmmakers of A Dog’s Way Home had two very specific requirements for their canine star. She had to be a Pit Bull mix as in the novel by W. Bruce Cameron, and she had to be a rescue pup. Cameron and his wife discovered the perfect pooch in a Tennessee shelter. Despite her rough […]

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6 Reasons Your Dog May Be Whining

You may not realize it, but whining is one of the most versatile communications dogs have. Learning the different reasons dogs whine can help you understand your dog better and increase your bond. It can also help you with training, because if you are misreading your dog’s whining signals, you could be responding all wrong. […]

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Animal Welfare Enforcement Down

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Good news — the United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal Care Enforcement Summary says that the enforcement of animal welfare laws has gone down.

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Turn Staying Indoors Into Cozy Fun For You And Your Dog This Winter

Just because the temperature drops doesn’t mean the fun has to end! iHeartDogs has plenty of indoor activities and cozy cuddling options for you and your dog during the colder time of year. Stock up on warm clothes and rich, delicious coffee for you and lots of tempting treats and attention-grabbing toys for your pup […]

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Turn Staying Indoors Into Cozy Fun For You And Your Dog This Winter

Just because the temperature drops doesn’t mean the fun has to end! iHeartDogs has plenty of indoor activities and cozy cuddling options for you and your dog during the colder time of year. Stock up on warm clothes and rich, delicious coffee for you and lots of tempting treats and attention-grabbing toys for your pup […]

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5 Things Dog Owners Should Know About Giving Benadryl To Dogs

Giving Benadryl to dogs: Caring dog owners are always super cautious about what they let their dogs ingest, from the food they eat to the medicines they take. While you should never give your pup medication without being advised by your vet, there are a few over-the-counter drugs, marketed to humans, that your canine may benefit […]

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The Best Winter Gear for Dogs

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Keep your pup cozy and comfortable when it’s cold outside. Check out these winter coats, boots, sweaters and more.

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Why Does My Dog Growl At Some People And Not Others?

Dogs are always alert when someone new arrives on the scene. Your dog notices new people immediately, but sometimes he growls at them and sometimes he doesn’t. His growl might indicate aggression, defensiveness or just plain anxiety. Why does he have different reactions to people? Does he know something about them that you don’t? No […]

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Trucker Drives 2,300 Miles To Reunite 8-Year-Old Cancer Patient With His Dog

8-year-old Perryn Miller of Wilmington, NC was in Utah enjoying the holidays when the nagging headaches he’d been suffering grew worse. A trip to the E.R. revealed the devastating truth: Perryn has stage 4 glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. Surgery was performed to remove the tumor, but doctors say he will also need […]

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How to Teach Your Dog to Fetch

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Wondering how to teach your dog to fetch? Dogs aren’t born knowing how to play this game. We turned to a pro for some advice on how to teach your dog to fetch the right way!

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Estimated 450 German Shepherds Rescued From Nightmare Hoarding Situation

Hundreds of German Shepherd dogs are being pulled from an extreme hoarding and puppy mill situation in Southern Georgia. Animal advocate groups in Montgomery County, Georgia have been calling for action against the owner of these properties for some time. They accused the breeder of keeping over 200 dogs in deplorable conditions on her land […]

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10 Dog Health Myths Pet Parents Should Stop Believing

There are many widely held beliefs about canine health that contain a nugget of truth, but are not entirely factual. People who spread these misconceptions certainly mean no harm, but believing them could potentially affect the veterinary choices you make for your pup. Your time together is already too short. Don’t let a dog health […]

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My Dog’s Breath Smells — Why?

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Ever thought, “My dog’s breath smells” … and wondered why and what to do about it? You’re hardly alone. We talk to a pro about the reasons for bad dog breath and how to treat it.

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My Dog’s Breath Smells — Why?

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Ever thought, “My dog’s breath smells” … and wondered why and what to do about it? You’re hardly alone. We talk to a pro about the reasons for bad dog breath and how to treat it.

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The UPS Loves Dogs

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UPS driver Gina Cribbshas has a special bond with the furry “customers” along her route.

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After Losing Their Home, A Rescue Dog Helps His Family Move Forward

No matter how hard we try, life doesn’t always go as planned. That was the reality for Robert and his faithful rescue dog Meaty when they suddenly found themselves homeless. When Robert and his partner first adopted Meaty from Front Street Animal Shelter in Oakland, CA, they were happy with a roof over their heads […]

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Owner Facing Homelessness Leaves Dog At Shelter With Heartbreaking Note

“Please take care of Sky. She is 6 years old and friendly. I couldn’t take care of her, I became homeless and couldn’t feed her. She is not sick just hungry, very friendly. Please find her a home. Please.” These gut-wrenching words were found in a note attached to an abandoned dog’s harness last week. […]

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89-Year-Old Woman Has Knitted 450 Blankets & Sweaters For Shelter Dogs

Shelter volunteers come in many forms. Some walk dogs, others help match adopters with the perfect pet, and some – like Maisie Green – use their talents to provide a little extra comfort to animals in need. At 89-years-young, Maisie has managed to knit approximately 450 cozy blankets and sweaters for the pups awaiting forever […]

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Outside Dog Surrendered, Spends First Birthday Indoors With Loving Family

Before Bobby was even a year old he was already living his life outdoors. Instead of being a treasured pet he was kept mainly for breeding purposes. Bobby hadn’t been indoors since he was a pup, he had no dog house and no access to clean water or good food. As the colder winter months […]

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Outside Dog Surrendered, Spends First Birthday Indoors With Loving Family

Before Bobby was even a year old he was already living his life outdoors. Instead of being a treasured pet he was kept mainly for breeding purposes. Bobby hadn’t been indoors since he was a pup, he had no dog house and no access to clean water or good food. As the colder winter months […]

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A Little Turf & Elbow Grease Turn This Parking Lot Into A Play Area!

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. “Drinking lots of water was crucial to getting through this build! Summers sure get hot and humid in Nashville, TN. “Metro Animal Care & Control (MACC) was […]

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A Little Turf & Elbow Grease Turn This Parking Lot Into A Play Area!

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. “Drinking lots of water was crucial to getting through this build! Summers sure get hot and humid in Nashville, TN. “Metro Animal Care & Control (MACC) was […]

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This Veteran Needed A Buddy To Help Him Get Through His Day

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. “Derek was a seaman in the Navy/Coast Guard and deployed in San Diego, CA. He approached Pets for Vets looking for a companion animal. Derek suffered from […]

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Winter Trips for Dogs and Dog Lovers

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Make the most of winter’s cold, snowy weather with snowshoeing, dog sledding and skijoring at these three dog-friendly destinations.

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What Do Raised Hackles — or a Dog’s Hair Standing Up — Mean?

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Do raised hackles, a.k.a. the hair standing up on a dog’s back and neck, always convey aggression? Find out how to figure out what it means when your dog’s hair stands up.

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California Pet Stores Can Only Sell Shelter Animals Thanks To First-Of-Its-Kind State Law

In October of 2017, California Governor, Jerry Brown signed bill A.B. 485 into law, making it illegal for pet stores to sell dogs, cats, and rabbits from any source other than a shelter or rescue group. In order to allow business owners time to plan for the landmark change, the law was set to go into effect […]

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California Pet Stores Can Only Sell Shelter Animals Thanks To First-Of-Its-Kind State Law

In October of 2017, California Governor, Jerry Brown signed bill A.B. 485 into law, making it illegal for pet stores to sell dogs, cats, and rabbits from any source other than a shelter or rescue group. In order to allow business owners time to plan for the landmark change, the law was set to go into effect […]

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Read This Veteran’s Firsthand Account Of How His Canine Companion Changed His Life

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. “Hello, my name is Chuck G. I was in the Marine Corp. from 1967 to 1971. I was a second-place finisher in the Southeast-Asian War Games. “When […]

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New Illinois Law Makes Pet Owners Responsible For Their Dogs’ Actions

In 2017, a 10-year-old Yorkie named Buddy was attacked by an off-leash dog in Hanover Park in Illinois. Buddy’s injuries were so severe, he didn’t survive. His owners were devastated. Their grief was intensified when they learned the dog that attacked their small senior pup was one with a known history of aggression. They couldn’t […]

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The 5 Best Guard Dog Breeds

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We review the best guard dog breeds, as well as how to properly train, socialize and parent guard dogs.

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Let’s Talk Taurine for Dogs — Grain-Free Diets, Supplements and More

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Let’s talk about taurine for dogs — what does taurine have to do with dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM)? Should you stop feeding your dog a grain-free diet? Do you need a taurine supplement for your dog?

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