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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 2:56 PM
Need motivation to take your dog on a walk? How about helping a local animal shelter while you’re at it?
The family of Lois and John Lafferty found a way to send the adventurous couple on one final excursion.
New research looks at the neurobiological basis of both kinds of relationships.
According to recent surveys, Labrador owners are agreeable and most likely to be single while pug owners are most likely to report being happily married.
Baby wipes manufactured under 10 brand names are affected in the recall. Is yours on the list?
Texas mom is bullied, harassed and ultimately escorted out of her doctor's office for breastfeeding in the lobby.
Carli Davidson's new book 'Shake Puppies,' captures these mighty pups in all their ear-flapping, water-flying glory.
In honor of National Cat Day, here are just a few of the things we love about these finicky felines.
Every year, millions of children are bitten by dogs, and it usually involves a familiar dog. Here's why it often happens and how to prevent it at your house.
If you've ever owned a dog, one of these phrases has probably slipped past your lips. Here's why there's cause for concern.
When shopping for a costume for her 4-year-old daughter, Raina Delisle was shocked to find outfits featuring calf-high, high-heeled boots and mini skirts.
Photographer Pete Thorne is on a quest to document as many charming elderly pups as possible.
If your feline friend is shredding the corner of your couch or destroying your doorframes, here are some simple ways to get the clawing under control.
The manchineel tree may be endangered, but so is anyone who messes with it.
New survey finds that as the U.S. economy worsened, vasectomy rates increased.
A recent study finds that the time of year you're born can affect your temperament and likelihood of developing certain mood disorders.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.