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Meet Sydney, The Psychotherapy Dog!

Here’s a touching story about a therapy dog so sensitive, she knew exactly what to do when she encountered an elderly woman in unusual distress. Sydney was an Australian Shepherd nearing the end of a long and rewarding life. Her favorite job was visiting the elderly people at their “forever home” after lunch.  They always […]

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Dogs Saved From Euthanasia Are Paying It Forward

We’ve heard many amazing stories how humans saved the lives of dogs and they are amazing. What many of us don’t realize is that saving a dog’s life is a two way street. They could put their new lease on life to good use even if they were once rejected, sick, badly behaved or whatever […]

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Dog successfully sniffs out thyroid cancer

First, it was prostate cancer. And now one dog successfully sniffs out thyroid cancer too. A research team from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences reveals that a German Shepherd mix named Frankie was able to detect thyroid cancer via urine sample with 88 percent accuracy. The canine successfully detected 30 out of 34 people […]

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Senior Lab walks Dachshund. Actually has no idea what he’s doing!

Senior Lab walks Dachshund. Actually has no idea what he’s doing!

An old Labrador Retriever thought it was his job to walk the Dachshund. He was holding the wiener dog’s leash as they go for a walk with their owner and other dogs. He was awesome at it and for a second there, we thought he knew exactly what he was doing. But he didn’t. For […]

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Here Are 7 Things Your Dog Won’t Tell You. Must-Read!

Dogs are good at masking how they feel. You may feel like you know your dog to the bone but there could still be certain things that you might be overlooking or not interpreting well. Dogs can’t communicate their needs and feelings the way we humans can so we have to put in a little […]

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What Do Dogs See When They Look At Your Face? Research Uncovers Findings!

This is something that dog lovers have suspected for centuries but only now do we have a definitive proof that canines can indeed read facial expessions. A study has been conducted that confirms what we dog lovers have been noticing all this time. A study by the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna in Austria published […]

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Top 10 Most Stubborn Dog Breeds

After doing a list of top 10 most intelligent dog breeds, we knew we had to do a list that featured stubborn dog breeds. Due to their dominating nature, these breeds have a problem taking commands which leads them being slow-learners. Not all slow-learning dogs are dumb. It just means that they’re always caught up in […]

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Does your dog love you? Here are five tests to know if he truly does!

Does Your Dog Love You? Here Are Five Tests To Know If He Truly Does!

Dogs provide unwavering loyalty, unconditional love, bottomless patience, unfathomable cuteness–you name it. However, the humans that we are, we have the tendency to doubt everything. If you’re not sure whether or not your dog loves you, the video next page may be provide answer to your curiosity. When wall Street Journal’s Bill Higgins stumbled across the […]

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9 Incredible Things That Dogs Can Sense About People

Many dog owners swear by their dog’s incredible ability to sniff out danger and understand the complexity of human emotions. It’s not at all surprising that some humans seek comfort from their dogs than the company of other humans. Dogs are empathic creatures that lend an ear and display a non-judgmental attitude when you’re pouring […]

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10 Ways to Exercise Your Dog Indoors

Dogs need their daily exercise as much as humans do. Just because the weather is too hot or cold doesn’t mean your dog should just lay in the couch and hibernate until the next season. Without exercise, a dog will develop a host physical and psychological problems. The most common physical problem among dogs without […]

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