Raw onions contain sulfur compounds that are toxic to pets.
Dogs have been genetically encoded to understand human behavior.
Your dog "nose" you by smell, and your dog's favorite thing to smell is, of course, your scent.
We've all heard the phrase "dog is man's best friend." But how did dogs get to be so friendly with humans?
As a cat owner and cat lover I can't help but be a little defensive. And I wonder: don't other pets kills wild animals, too?
In one study, dogs were able to smell a particular test scent a thousand times better than humans!
I've heard that owning a dog or cat can be a good way to deal with stress and ward off depression. Is that true?
How can dogs eat anything from homework to food wrappers and still be ok?
Many studies have shown that caring for a dog is a great way to get more exercise, relieve stress, and generally improve quality of life.
I've heard that some dogs can smell if someone has cancer. Is this really true, or is it more like an urban legend?