Via Chewy.com Very large and giant breed dogs can ride in the back seat if it’s roomy enough, Monteiro adds, as long as they are buckled into a dog car harness, like the Solvit Deluxe car safety dog harness.
The RSPCA today released heart-breaking footage of Bailey playing at a rescue centre shortly before being put to sleep when it criticised to the Government’s decision not to review a controversial section of the Dangerous Dog Act. The video tells how one year old pitbull terrier Bailey, a “playful, happy and friendly dog” when he came into the charity’s care last year through no fault of his own, was doomed.
[Editor’s Note: Always be sure that any dog off leash is in an enclosed area to ensure safety.] Amazon Prime issued a new, ridiculously cute and sweet commercial online about 3 hours ago. Shake it off with some of our other favorite hilarious and heartwarming commercials >>
Using the same oxygen equipment used for humans, the rescue team quickly went to help the dog by providing a human rescue mask. To learn more about water safety for dogs, click here >>
With the spooky, pumpkin-themed holiday just around the corner, many pet parents might be planning to bring their dog trick-or-treating for some Halloween fun. Glow-in-the-dark dog collars and other luminous accessories make Halloween safe and fun for your canine trick-or-treater.
The family of a frightened dog who was critically injured when darting from fireworks last weekend is hoping others will take heed of their animals' safety before using pyrotechnics this July Fourth. Dwight took off so fast trying to escape the fireworks that his paw pads were torn.
Megyn Kelly's beloved dog Basha has died. "Our dog Basha died today. In March, Megyn opened up to viewers about a vacation mishap that found her accidentally leaving Basha behind at a house occupied by strangers. Back at the first house, Basha was enjoying a vacation of her own.
Delta Air Lines is tightening the rules on who can take emotional support animals on flights after a sharp rise in on-board incidents, including urination, defecation, biting and mauling.
Most people, pet parents or not, empathise with the strays on the roads. Says Abhinav Srihan, Fauna Police, “Also, in most of these cases people keep these dogs at home for some time and then give them to shelters.