Does Your Dog Need an Energy Boost?

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Has your dog transformed into a canine couch lounger lately? Is he begging more to put his head in your lap while you binge-watch TV than to go on a walk around your block? Or, is he snoring on your bed instead of sprinting after a tossed ball in the backyard? Sounds like your dog …

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New App Reunites Lost Dogs Using Their Nose Prints

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Your dog’s nose can do a lot of amazing things. It can smell far better than a human nose, but did you know that it can also bring lost dogs home? Thanks to a brand new app called NOSEiD, all it takes is your dog’s nose print to reunite them with their humans. As it turns out, a dog’s nose print is just as unique as a human’s fingerprint. So, it’s just another way to keep your dog safe if … Read more

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It’s Time To Prepare Pets For Your Return To Work. Here’s How.

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, lots of things changed for both humans and pets. With so many people working from home, many dogs were confused, yet overjoyed. But if you haven’t returned to the office yet, your furry friends are in for an unpleasant surprise. It’s not fair for you to make that switch on them without warning. So, it’s a good idea to start preparing your pets for the “new normal” sooner rather than later. Here are some tips for … Read more

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Retired Sheriff And His Record-Breaking K9 Die On Same Day

Smallest Police K9 Dies

When you think of police dogs, you might imagine large, strong dogs like a German Shepherd or Belgian Malinois. An 8-pound runt of the litter is probably the opposite of what you’d expect. But Midge the Chihuahua/Rat Terrier mix holds the Guinness World Record for being the smallest police K9 ever, and she was proud of it. Even though she didn’t look like a police dog, she always took her job very seriously. But sadly, all journeys have to come … Read more

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Runaway Rescue Dog Helps FedEx Driver Deliver Packages

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Ursula, the Lab/Shepherd mix is shy, but loves to run off and explore. Unfortunately, the 6-month-old pup’s behaviors made it hard for her to stick with a family, though. But thanks to her latest adventure, she’s about to get the attention she truly deserves. An Arizona FedEx driver saw Ursula running into the road during his delivery route. Instead of running away from him too, she jumped in his truck and helped him deliver packages. Her actions proved that she’s … Read more

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Giant Great Dane Proves To Be Best Kitten Foster Dad Ever

To say Corbin is a big dog is an understatement. As a Great Dane, he’s 150 lbs. of legs and love and the better words to describe him are ‘gentle giant’. His mom, Karen, told the Dodo people will cross the road he’s so big, “yet they don’t know that he’s terrified of his own shadow.” You see, Corbin’s heart is bigger than he is, and its kittens that make this huge guy melt. Karen has been fostering kittens for … Read more

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Dog Five Minutes From Euthanasia Hugs His Determined Rescuers

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Many Southern states are overcrowded with dogs due to not enough spaying and neutering. And sadly, that causes many shelters to euthanize dogs, thinking it’s the only solution. But it isn’t these poor dogs’ faults that humans aren’t responsible! So, they don’t deserve to keep dying in this cruel way. A dog named Robin was only five minutes away from euthanasia when he was rescued. And when he realized he was safe, he had the most adorable reaction! He hugged … Read more

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Peyton Manning Calls To Check On Bear Attack Survivor With The Same Name

Not only has he won over the hearts of football fans, but Peyton Manning has also won over the hearts of dog lovers around the world – again! A tiny, 9-year-old Maltese/Silky Terrier mix recently defied all odds and escaped the jaws of a hungry black bear. The fluffy little pup surely lived up to his name by showing how mighty he was and how he was unwilling to quit. Little Peyton Manning (the dog, not the human), was rescued … Read more

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5 Powerful Reasons Why Your Dog Needs Colostrum – ASAP!

Colostrum Benefits for Dogs

No dog wants to itch itself day and night, and seasonal allergies can often be too much to bear. You might feel like you’ve tried everything to soothe your dog’s irritation but to no avail. But what about colostrum? Many families turn to colostrum for dogs due to its benefits related to allergies, digestive problems, and other health concerns. The iHeartDogs Happy, Healthy™ Allergy & Itch Relief for Dogs uses colostrum to help with your dog’s discomfort. So, let’s take … Read more

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It’s Known As “Mother’s Milk” And It’s Drastically Improving Allergies In Dogs

In all creatures, allergies can be a complicated beast. While we still don’t have a complete idea about what causes them, science has made great strides in treating them. One method found to be particularly effective in treating canine allergies is the use of “Mother’s Milk,” aka colostrum, for dogs. Colostrum offers many physical benefits to your dog, especially when it comes to treating allergies and their symptoms. Here’s everything you need to know about this nutrient-packed substance used in … Read more

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Handsome Shelter Employee Helps Get Pup Adopted In Record Time

When adoption rates are down, animal shelters have a lot of tricks up their sleeves to help dogs find forever homes. Some attempts are crazy successful, while others go unnoticed. Luckily, a recent post from Wichita Falls Animal Services was a hit without a doubt. But not for the reason you’d think. The post advertised an adoptable Husky sitting next to one of the newer shelter employees. While the dog got lots of interest, so did the man! In fact, … Read more

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Pit Bull Breaks Breed Stereotypes By Saving Human’s Life

Astro the Hero Pit Bull

Astro might not look like a hero, but his family knows he is. Like many Pit Bull mixes, people are quick to look at Astro and judge him or fear him. Yet, the loyal rescue dog has done everything he can to prove that he’s just a sweetheart. But his loyalty stretches far beyond his ability to cuddle and give kisses. As it turns out, he also has some quick-thinking abilities. When Astro’s human was in trouble, the pup knew … Read more

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Pit Bull Breaks Breed Stereotypes By Saving Human’s Life

Astro the Hero Pit Bull

Astro might not look like a hero, but his family knows he is. Like many Pit Bull mixes, people are quick to look at Astro and judge him or fear him. Yet, the loyal rescue dog has done everything he can to prove that he’s just a sweetheart. But his loyalty stretches far beyond his ability to cuddle and give kisses. As it turns out, he also has some quick-thinking abilities. When Astro’s human was in trouble, the pup knew … Read more

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Police Dog Stabbed In The Line Of Duty Is Making A Full Recovery

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A Fresno Police Dog named Argo was fighting for his life after a run-in with a violent criminal. After being stabbed by a suspect and attacked by another dog, the Fresno Police Department feared they would lose one of their own. Officer Sturgeon and K9 Argo responded to a call involving a man holding a woman against her will. After discovering the suspect in question already had warrants out for his arrest, the duo drove to the scene in an … Read more

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Why Do Dogs Like Squeaky Toys?

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What is it about squeaky toys that are so enticing to dogs?

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Why Do Dogs Like Squeaky Toys?

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What is it about squeaky toys that are so enticing to dogs?

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Lost Dog Returns Home After Five Years & 823 Miles

If only dogs could talk to us. Then, we could find out what they are thinking or what their pasts were like. But most importantly, lost dogs could tell us all about their adventures. Sam the lost Lab and Husky mix, traveled 823 miles for nearly 5 years before finding his way home. He got lost in Georgia and somehow ended up all the way in Ohio! When his dad heard that the pup was found, he couldn’t believe it. … Read more

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New Products for Spot

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New Dog Grooming Trend Excites Some & Outrages Others

A 25-year-old nail technician from California is causing quite the stir on social media. Maritza Rubalcava started her own reusable, press-on nail business in October of last year. She enjoys posting videos featuring them on TikTok. But after sharing multiple videos of her creating and applying “fake nails” to the paws of her five-year-old Chihuahua, Coco, she has received both backlash and a boom in business. Response on social media is divided between support and shock. Quite a few fans … Read more

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German Shepherd Makes Herself At Home In Store’s Toy Bin

They say you’re always at home when you’re with the ones you love, and dogs sometimes take that message literally. Still, what might be asocial behavior for a human is just plain endearing from a dog. Whether they’re jumping up and getting cozy on display-only furniture, peeing in the aisles, or stealing things off store shelves, dogs sometimes get too comfortable on errands with their people. Take, for example, a German Shepherd who confidently turned a store display into a … Read more

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One Lucky Pooch Will Make $20K + Benefits For Taste-Testing Busch Dog Brew

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Are you sick of having to pay all the bills while your dog lounges around rent-free? Well, maybe it’s time for them to finally pull their weight. Jobs for dogs don’t come by often, but here’s one your pup won’t want to pass up. Busch is looking to hire a canine taste-tester for their line of dog-friendly drinks. And best of all, they’ll get paid a decent salary! If your dog gets the job, they’ll get paid $20,000 plus some … Read more

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Doggone Excellent Truffles

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While I never need an excuse to make a tasty treat for my pups, did you know May 2 is National Truffles Day? While traditional human truffles are often decked in chocolate and completely unsafe for dogs, it doesn’t mean truffle treats are off the table. This safe truffles recipe for dogs is easy to …

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Doggone Excellent Truffles

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While I never need an excuse to make a tasty treat for my pups, did you know May 2 is National Truffles Day? While traditional human truffles are often decked in chocolate and completely unsafe for dogs, it doesn’t mean truffle treats are off the table. This safe truffles recipe for dogs is easy to …

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Animal Rescue Refuses To Return Lost Dog To Family

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If you’ve lost a dog before, you know the sigh of relief you feel when they’re found. But imagine what would happen if you knew where your lost dog was, but couldn’t get them back. That’s what Kansas dog parent Jessica Palacio faced. Her dog Capone got lost on March 31st, and she searched everywhere for him. Then, Unleashed Pet Rescue, where she had adopted him, found him and told her to come pick him up. But when she did, … Read more

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80-Year-Old Gravestone Honors Dog Who “Died A Gentleman”

There’s no concept that feels as timeless as a human’s love for their dogs. They’re members of the family, so we tend to apply many of our human traditions to them: birthday celebrations, Halloween costumes, and ultimately funeral or memorial ceremonies. In many cultures, traditional burial rites involve dedicating a headstone in honor of the person lost. So naturally, people often remember their lost pets the same way. That doesn’t seem to have changed much at all over the last … Read more

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After 13 Beautiful Years, Ron Howard Says Goodbye To His Collie

Ron Howard's dog

Film director Ron Howard has always been incredibly close to his dogs. His Collie named Cooper was by his side for 13 years and his Great Pyrenees named Puddin is a newer addition to the family. He loved both of the pups very much, so he couldn’t even imagine life without them. But sadly, at the start of April 2021, he announced that Cooper had passed away. Cooper grew up to be an incredibly important family member for Howard. He … Read more

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Right on the Nose: The Sport of Trailing and Locating

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Dogs have incredible noses. Nature equipped them with the ability to pick up even the faintest odors that, as humans, we can’t even detect. And it’s no wonder they have this capability. Dogs have 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses, while humans have only 6 million. Any dog can participate in Trailing and Locating. …

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Right on the Nose: The Sport of Trailing and Locating

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Dogs have incredible noses. Nature equipped them with the ability to pick up even the faintest odors that, as humans, we can’t even detect. And it’s no wonder they have this capability. Dogs have 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses, while humans have only 6 million. Any dog can participate in Trailing and Locating. …

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Dog Sitter Loses Poodle Puppy And Lies About It For 3 Days

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Leaving your dog with a stranger is a stressful situation for many people. In some cases, you’ll find a life-long sitter, but for a few, a tragedy occurs instead. Nia Morgan from Illinois has always turned to friends to watch her 10-month-old Poodle mix. But when they were all unavailable, she looked for other options. Morgan settled on Rover.com since many recommended it. But instead of getting the amazing service she’d heard about, she was faced with her worst nightmare. … Read more

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iHeartDogs Editor’s Spring 2021 Choice Awards

Sponsored Content There are so many products and services for pets out there it can be nearly impossible to know what your dog really needs and what really works. We here at iHeartDogs are willing to sift through it all and offer you some suggestions to make yours and your pets’ lives a little better. We’re sharing our favorites when it comes to caring for, protecting, and even spoiling our dogs. Learn all about the iHeartDogs top product picks for … Read more

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Missing Terrier Trapped Under Fallen Rocks Found After 3 Days

Search and rescue volunteers with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) risk it all to save others’ lives at sea. Sometimes, they even get to prove their commitment to rescuing all those in need by saving distressed animals. In April 2021, a man and his dog were reported missing near Skinningrove in North Yorkshire, England. Incredibly, just as temperatures dipped below freezing, the Redcar RNLI lifeboat located the missing man (alive!) on April 9th using thermal imaging. However, they did … Read more

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Young Cancer Patient Spreads “Pawsitive” Message To Animal Shelters Across The U.S.

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When you’re truly passionate about something, you won’t let anything hold you back from accomplishing your goals and achieving your dreams. This certainly can be said about 14-year-old Avery Sontheimer from Northwestern Pennsylvania. She absolutely adores animals and has made it her mission to help as many as possible.  “She’s always been an animal lover,” says Avery’s mom, Kim. “She wants to save them all.” That’s especially obvious by the fact that she has welcomed six rescue cats into her … Read more

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Virginia Animal Shelter Receives Surprise $500,000 Grant

Over the years, Angels of Assisi in Roanoke, Virginia has helped over 10,000 homeless animals find their forever homes. Now, they’re getting some major help in return.  Announced Monday, the nonprofit animal shelter has been awarded a hefty $500,000 grant from the Petco Love Foundation. The funds will help the shelter create a new building in Roanoke, which is estimated to cost about $3 million.  The team couldn’t be any more grateful for the money, as it will help more … Read more

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Shelter Staff Is Shocked To Find A Bullet In Rescue Dog’s Abdomen

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A 5-year-old Lab Mix named Sarge offered an unexpected discovery during his routine neuter procedure. His uncertain past was made clear while on the surgical table, revealing a previous injury that no one saw coming. Sarge was placed in the care of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay earlier this year. In transferring from a rescue in Northern Florida, the shelter staff did not have much information about his past. Sarge’s wagging tail and lovable personality won over each caretaker … Read more

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Is Your Dog Vomiting Blood? What to Do Next

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Is a dog vomiting blood always an emergency? Should you take a dog who’s vomiting blood to a vet ASAP or can you wait? It depends on these factors.

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What Are the Causes of Black Dog Poop?

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Is black dog poop ever normal or should you get your dog to the vet ASAP if you notice that your dog’s poop is black? Let’s look at the causes of black dog poop and what to do about it.

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Can You Use Human OTC Eye Drops for Dogs?

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Does your dog suddenly have irritated or possibly infected eyes? Should you use medicated OTC eye drops for humans as eye drops for dogs? Please read this first!

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Is Smoking Weed Around Dogs Dangerous?

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In small amounts and situations, your dog won’t get high. But secondhand smoke in general is dangerous to pets. We take a look at smoking weed around dogs.

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What Are the Causes of Black Dog Poop?

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Is black dog poop ever normal or should you get your dog to the vet ASAP if you notice that your dog’s poop is black? Let’s look at the causes of black dog poop and what to do about it.

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Michael J. Fox’s “Wonder Dog” Passes Away After 12 Years Of Love & Support

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Our dogs will stay by our sides no matter what. They might not live to see the end of our battles in life, but they will support us for as long as they can. Actor Michael J. Fox’s dog Gus was one of the most supportive canines you’d ever meet. He was there as the Back to the Future star battled Parkinson’s disease and all of life’s difficult and beautiful moments. Recently, Fox had to say goodbye to Gus. He … Read more

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Celebrate Earth Day With These Eco-Friendly Treats!

April is the proud month of Earth Day! We all want what’s best for the planet, but without risking the health of our furry friends. Luckily, Chippin pet treats are high-quality, allergy-friendly, and safe for the environment. So, you and your furry friend can celebrate the planet by trying these tasty treats. Here’s how Chippin can make the world a better place. It Reduces Greenhouse Gases Did you know that pet food companies produce about 64 million tons of greenhouse … Read more

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Rescuer’s Post Describes Adoptable Chihuahua As A “Chucky Doll In A Dog’s Body”

Like any breed, Chihuahuas can be sweet, and they can be naughty. As the old poem goes, when they are good, they are very, very good, and when they are bad, they are horrid! Keep this in mind as you read the story of Prancer, a 2-year-old fawn-colored Chihuahua currently living in New Jersey with veteran rescuer and foster mom, Tyfanee Fortuna. In a hilarious and brutally honest Facebook post, Fortuna describes her home as a “demonic Chihuahua hellscape” ever … Read more

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Rescuer’s Post Describes Adoptable Chihuahua As A “Chucky Doll In A Dog’s Body”

Like any breed, Chihuahuas can be sweet, and they can be naughty. As the old poem goes, when they are good, they are very, very good, and when they are bad, they are horrid! Keep this in mind as you read the story of Prancer, a 2-year-old fawn-colored Chihuahua currently living in New Jersey with veteran rescuer and foster mom, Tyfanee Fortuna. In a hilarious and brutally honest Facebook post, Fortuna describes her home as a “demonic Chihuahua hellscape” ever … Read more

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A Quintessential Toy Dog — The Pomeranian

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Early History The Spitz family of dogs hails from the Arctic region of Iceland. Their original purpose was herding, pulling sleds and guarding. Pomeranians are a Spitz and started out as a much larger breed, guarding their owners’ property and warning of intruders. The Spitz breeds shared several wolf-like traits: small ears to protect against …

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A Quintessential Toy Dog — The Pomeranian

The post A Quintessential Toy Dog — The Pomeranian by Allan Reznik appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren’t considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com.

Early History The Spitz family of dogs hails from the Arctic region of Iceland. Their original purpose was herding, pulling sleds and guarding. Pomeranians are a Spitz and started out as a much larger breed, guarding their owners’ property and warning of intruders. The Spitz breeds shared several wolf-like traits: small ears to protect against …

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A Quintessential Toy Dog — The Pomeranian

The post A Quintessential Toy Dog — The Pomeranian by Allan Reznik appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren’t considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com.

Early History The Spitz family of dogs hails from the Arctic region of Iceland. Their original purpose was herding, pulling sleds and guarding. Pomeranians are a Spitz and started out as a much larger breed, guarding their owners’ property and warning of intruders. The Spitz breeds shared several wolf-like traits: small ears to protect against …

The post A Quintessential Toy Dog — The Pomeranian by Allan Reznik appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren’t considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com.

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Dog Saves Family From Fire, Then Disappears For Two Months

Boxer lost after fire

About two months ago, the Bice family’s home caught fire while they were sleeping. But thanks to their furry friend, they made it out alive. Tank the Boxer barked and acted crazy to alert his family of the flames. But after the fire, Tank was still scared and confused. So, he took off, hoping to find the damaged home in one piece again. But Tank’s adventure caused him to get lost for almost two months! His family spent that time … Read more

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Therapy Dog Has Helped Thousands During Pandemic, Earned Prestigious Award

We know that dogs bring healing to people who are suffering from both physical and psychological pain. They’re in our homes, our neighborhoods, sometimes in our schools, and occasionally even in offices! In England, there’s one dog that’s been helping thousands of people heal throughout the pandemic. Meet Max. He’s a Springer Spaniel mix that got his start as a therapy dog helping his dad, Kerry Irving. Irving is a locksmith that endured life-changing injuries after being rear-ended by a … Read more

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Man Bullied By Employer And Paid In Pennies Donates $1,000 To Rescue Dogs

We’ve all had horrible bosses at one point. They’re miserable and their unhappiness seems to soak into the hearts of all of their employees. You probably saw the news recently where a man’s boss thought he got the last laugh, but if you didn’t let me catch you up. Andreas Flaten worked for A OK Walker Automworks in Peachtree City, Georgia. He decided to call it quits last November after spending too much time in what he considered a toxic … Read more

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