ACCESSORIESThere are two important components to dog-walking equipment: a sturdy collar or harness, and a good leash or lead. Read More
DOGS AND THE ENVIRONMENTMany people today are worried about their impact on the environment. Have you ever stopped to think about how raising your dog impacts the environment? Read More
BOARDINGWhether you're traveling for business or pleasure, there's no getting around the fact that someone needs to take care of your dog while you're gone. You might have someone come into your home, or you may take your dog to a kennel. What things should you consider when shopping for the right boarding choice? Read More
DOG GIFTSThe holidays are nearly here, and recent polls show that at least half of us will be buying gifts for our dogs. So, beyond a good meal and a belly rub, what does your dog really want? Read More
DOG BOOKSFor those of you who are avid readers, what better topic to read about than your best friend, the dog. Read More
DOG PRODUCTSIt's been a long day at work. You were so busy, you didn't even take time to eat a sandwich, let alone run home to let your dog out. You're on your way home, knowing the poor dog is crossing his or her legs by now, when your car breaks down, delaying you even further. Can't somebody make this easier? Read More
DOG PRODUCTSUnless you're happy to let your dog take up most of your bed, you'll want to get a dog bed for him. This article will help you choose the perfect bed for your dog. Read More
DOG PRODUCTSMissing Dog? Shoulda had a GPS pet locator! Doggies.com has reviewed several GPS dog collars, to give you the scoop on GPS tracking for dogs Read More
Dog Pregnancy Symptoms
HEALTHIf you suspect your dog might be pregnant, check out part one in this series on pregnant dogs, where we cover pregnant dog symptoms.
HEALTHIn the third article of our dog pregnancy series, we look at the wonderful, but messy, process of bringing newborn puppies into the world.
Indoor Dog Potties
DOG PRODUCTSIt's been a long day at work. You were so busy, you didn't even take time to eat a sandwich, let alone run home to let your dog out. You're on your way home, knowing the poor dog is crossing his or her legs by now, when your car breaks down, delaying you even further. Can't somebody make this easier?
Your Dog’s Digestive System
PHYSIOLOGYEver wonder why your dog eats so fast? Or why he eats gross things? Or why he gets sick to his stomach? Or why his waste stinks so bad? Some of these things are normal, some are not.
Canine Respiratory System
BREATHINGThe basic function of your dog's respiratory system is to bring oxygen in to and remove carbon dioxide from the body. Knowing the symptoms of respiratory diseases can help you help your stay healthy.
Shelter Dog Adoption Tips for Success
ADOPTION Are you intimidated by the prospect of "rescuing" a dog from a shelter? One reason that you may be wary of adopting a dog from a shelter is not knowing how to choose. Adopting a dog from a shelter can be a rewarding process, if you're prepared to do a reasonable amount of research.
Canine Urinary Tract Infections
SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENTDoes your dog seem to be having trouble relieving his or her bladder? Learn how to recognize the signs of urinary tract infections and how to treat them before they spread.
What to do for Dog Diarrhea
SYMPTOMS AND REMEDIESIf you have dogs in your house for any length of time, you have likely experienced at least one bout of dog diarrhea. Beyond the pain in the tuckus involved in cleaning up the mess, you should know what causes diarrhea, and when it's important to see the vet.
What to do for a Dog Bite
DOG BEHAVIOR Getting bitten by a dog can be scary, and you may be tempted to run around in circles for a while, trying to figure out what to do. Here's our guide to help you manage the situation.
Top Ten Tips for Living with a Senior Dog
DOG HEALTH Bringing home a new puppy is so exciting, but it doesn’t take all that long for your exuberant puppy to grow into a senior dog who may have special needs. Here are the doggies.com top ten tips for taking care of your companion who has been with you through so much.