Monthly Archives: April 2015

All About Dog Parks

Dog parks have some good and some not so good things going for them. At the top of the priority list is whether you have a dog that can benefit from using the dog park or would your dog be traumatized if something happened to them? Do your homework about the park rules, the local […]

CoCo The Rescue Dog & Pups 4

CoCo is a Foster dog from who needed a safe place to whelp and care for her pups until they reach adoption age. On 3/27 and 3/28 she gave birth to 7 healthy puppies. This is a live feed of their indoor living space.  They’re starting to play and their personalities are coming out. […]

Volunteer Pilots Fly Shelter Dogs To New Homes To Save Them From Euthanasia

One of the biggest issues for animal shelters nation-wide is that some regions are overflowing with adoptable dogs while others never have enough. Wings Of Rescue, an extraordinary volunteer organization run by dedicated pilots, flies dogs from shelters overflowing with animals to those that can find them new homes. Often, the dogs they transport would […]

Abused Dog Trained By Tough Prison Inmate

Programs where inmates train unwanted and abused dogs for the purpose of re-introducing them for adoption not only helps and heals the dog, it can bring about a healing to the inmate. Inmates can often identify with abused dogs because, for many of them, a piece of their own lives has been laced with knowing what it’s […]

CPR for Dogs: A Step-by-Step Guide

Knowing what to do in an emergency can make the difference between life and death. provides a step-by-step guide on how to perform CPR on a dog. CPR for Dogs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Saving Your Dog’s Life. To learn how, Click Here Source: CPR for Dogs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Saving Your Dog’s Life

How Did The Wolf Become The Dog

Here is a video revealing our most recent understanding of how the bond between humans and wolves formed, which eventually led to wolves transforming into dogs. For another article on how the wolf became a dog, Click Here .

Dog Aggression Between Housemates

Many of us who have more than one dog living in our homes, have had a scuffle or two over the years. Why does that happen? Some studies have been done to try to pinpoint the cause for these scuffles. The general consensus is (two dog households were used for the studies) that male-male homes had […]