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The award for Best in World goes to the dog who has distinguished herself in the area of motion pictures and film, and this year the award goes to.... Naanak from Gravity! Applause. Wait, you mean that dog who wasn't in the film won the top prize at the Fido Awards? That dog who could only be heard at the end barking? Indeed. Show More Summary
No portfolio is complete without the canine commodity.
By Rebecca Frankel Best Defense Chief Canine Correspondent The Marine Times reported this week that "[t]he Navy's Center for Security Forces is in the final stages of creating the first apprenticeship trade program for those with military...Show More Summary
Share this image Besides Dogster, Dog Milk is my favorite site about dogs. While we here at Dogster tend to focus more on dog tips, training, and news, Dog Milk is more interested in the design and lifestyle aspect of having a canine friend. Show More Summary
Brian really is out. And Vinny really is on. For now at least. After killing off the Griffin's beloved canine on Family Guy Season 12 Episode 6, the Fox sitcom gave viewers a week to recover and then aired Family Guy Season 12 Episode...Show More Summary
Gravity is expected to pick up many accolades during the forthcoming film awards season, and even a Greenland husky, who is not even seen in the movie, has been rewarded with two gongs for her work on the box office hit. Naanak was crowned best in the world at Sunday’s Fido awards, which was hosted... Show More Summary
After capturing the first brain images of two alert, unrestrained dogs last year, researchers have confirmed their methods and results by replicating them in an experiment involving 13 dogs. The research showed that most of the dogsShow More Summary
The documentary short “Unleashed: Menswear Dog” tells the unlikely tale of Menswear Dog, a parody canine fashion blog by New York City couple David Fung and Yena Kim (and their Shiba Inu, Bodhi) that has snowballed into a full-time project including an upcoming book and a dog fashion brand. The video was created by Blue [...]
After capturing the first brain images of two alert, unrestrained dogs last year, researchers at Emory University have confirmed their methods and results by replicating them in an experiment involving 13 dogs. The research, published...Show More Summary
The phrase may be “cool cats,” but as these canines wearing sunglasses show, dogs can give their feline rivals a run for their money when it comes to style. This is just a brief summary, please visit Environmental Graffiti to see the full, formatted version of the article
How do we know if our dogs really love us, and regard us as more than a food-dispenser? Here's a neurological look at the canine brain and signs of affection.
Canine humanity from the beloved Gonzo cartoonist. Brain Pickings takes 450+ hours a month to curate and edit across the different platforms, and remains banner-free. If it brings you any joy and inspiration, please consider a modest donation – it lets me know I'm doing something right.
A while ago I was speaking with my editor at Dogster. I mentioned that I would like to write a piece on canine Internet rumors and how to detect them. These rumors are common. They also have a great deal in common with each other. Most canine Internet rumors involve websites dedicated to stating that a product kills dogs. Show More Summary
Elwood, a New Jersey canine that took home the distinction of the being the world's ugliest dog, died Thanksgiving morning at the age of eight (or, fifty-six, depending on your interpretation of dog years). Read more...
Dog Diary – Lifestyle — Free Dog Diary is an app that helps you keep track of all the people and events in your canine friend’s life. You can store important, pet-related contacts, expenses, and photos. You can also create … Read mo...
Two portly Pugs walked through an antique shop and, needless to say, everyone stopped to take notice. As they lumbered toward me like wayward floats in a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, their labored breaths made it obvious that this was the most exercise they'd had. Show More Summary
First, let's agree that we all love dogs. There's little reason to be reading a dog online magazine (or, for that matter, writing for one) unless you enjoy the company of canines. With that settled, we can move on to the important question:...Show More Summary
We asked you why you're grateful for your dog in a Thanksgiving giveaway last week, and your responses were powerful! So now it's the final step of our contest: We've randomly selected five finalists, and now we need your votes. The one story that receives the most votes will win a medium pet bed from P.L.A.Y. Show More Summary
Counting down the most heartbreaking canine deaths in movies, tv, and music.