When Jesca Daniels first met Aura, she wasn’t sure how things would work out. Aura, a retired Military dog, had worked with—and been injured alongside—Daniels’ Marine husband, who was going to be away for a year. “They were thick as thieves,” says Daniels, “but I wasn’t sure how Aura would …keep reading
Rex and Scruffy face some of the same hazards that toddlers do. If there’s a thumbtack under the rug or an errant cheese puff behind the couch, they’ll find it—and put it in their mouths. So, as with childproofing a home, keeping your space safe for your pet is also …keep reading
It’s a classic scene: A car cruises down the highway as a dog runs side to side in the back seat, poking his head out the windows, tongue flapping in the breeze.
Here’s the problem: Not only is the dog at risk of injury, but the pooch’s owner …keep reading
When Kenny Lamberti hired a dog walker to care for his 14-year-old terrier mix, Rubin, during his office days in Washington, D.C., he knew immediately that he’d made the right choice. Not only was the new walker highly attentive to his dog, quick to respond when Lamberti reached out, and …keep reading