Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Apr 17, 2015 4:04 PM
A golden retriever named Fritz is determined to learn how to catch food in his mouth, but it’s going to take some time. [Video]
On New Year's Eve, a Minnesota police officer's pets — one of which is a PTSD therapy dog — went missing, and the community came together to find them.
Have you noticed a plethora of puppies on your Facebook page? This is why people are posting them.
The FDA hasn't confirmed Chinese-made treats are dangerous, but there are concerns the jerky treats have sickened or killed thousands of U.S. pets.
From medication to paperwork, babies experience several firsts just after emerging into the world.
Netflix will save the day for parents everywhere who want to go to bed a little early.
Researchers have created a device that translates dog-speak so we can talk to man's best friend.
When brainstorming ideas for the annual family Christmas card, photographer Peter Thorpe skips the typical awkward family portrait and heads straight for the family pooch.
Here's how to stop these tiny, annoying insects from taking over your home.
In the U.S., it's cookies and milk, but around the world, children leave other treats for St. Nick as he makes his journey around the globe.
United Airlines donates jets and employees volunteer time to take children to see Santa.
Sorry if you thought you looked cute in your Christmas sweater. These dogs and cats have got you beat.
Joan Price was determined to find someone to care for her beloved cat, Isis. She ended up finding people who do that and so much more.
Ever wonder how many balloons it would take to lift you off the ground? Erik Roner just found out.
Derby was born with deformed front legs and could barely get around, but now his owners are having a hard time keeping up with him.
'Prank it FWD' celebrates pets and employees with thousands of dollars in food and luxuries.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.