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Thu, Jan 29, 2015 3:09 PM
Bart suffered a broken jaw and a ruptured eye, but he has undergone surgery and is expected to make a full recovery.
We've already seen sleeping babies embarking on naptime adventures, so it was only a matter of time before dreaming dogs made it onto the scene.
Need to get friends and family off your back? There's an app for that.
In honor of Puppy Bowl XI, Uber is bringing shelter puppies to offices in 10 participating U.S. cities, and if you don't want playtime to end, you can adopt.
Seattle's Pacific Science Center softens the lights and sounds of interactive exhibits to accommodate children who are easily overstimulated.
Floridians could become guinea pigs for an experimental program aimed at curbing 2 serious diseases.
New study finds no correlation between high levels of mercury in pregnant women and developmental delays in their babies.
They may have a reputation for being indifferent, but cats actually do pick up on our emotions.
The overprotective qualities that may not be ideal for raising a child work well for parenting pets.
To earn their high school diplomas, students must pass the the same test given to those seeking U.S. citizenship.
SashaHelps was named after a therapy dog that worked with hospital patients for 9 years.
We have a weight problem in this country, including our dogs and cats! Here's an easy test to tell if your pet needs to go on a diet.
Hint: New study says it's not just about test scores.
Cats may have an edge when it comes to cafes, but soon there may be a place for dog lovers to get coffee with a side of puppy kisses.
Using a blank white napkin as a canvas, Nina Levy doodles creative mashups and whimsical scenes that are sure to make her kids smile.
Thanks to her ever-grinning demeanor and heartwarming story, this remarkable pup is being called the 'happiest dog in the world.'
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.