Furry Tails: Pittsburgh Businesses Celebrate 'Take Your Dog To Work Day'It’s Take Your Dog to Work Day and plenty of Pittsburgh-area companies, businesses and more are participating in the furry fun.
Pittsburgh Businesses Celebrate 'Take Your Dog To Work Day'It’s Take Your Dog to Work Day and plenty of Pittsburgh-area companies, businesses and more are participating in the furry fun.
Warning: It's Unsafe For Dogs To Swim In Lake EriePittsburghers making the trek to Presque Isle State Park in Erie County be warned: it's unsafe for dogs to swim there.
'He's Not Dead, He's Just Sleeping': Dog's Napping Habit Alarms LocalsA dog named Hudson has only one trick, but it's good enough to make just about everyone stop and stare.
Creature Comforts: Some Pa. Universities Opening Up Pet-Friendly Student HousingClarion University is introducing pet-friendly student housing in the fall, and it's not the only institution of higher learning that has it.
Furry Tails: Pittsburgh’s Canine Ambassador Turns In His Letter Of ResignationThe City of Pittsburgh’s Canine Ambassador, River, is resigning from his post at the Mayor’s Office.
Most Pupular! Labrador Retrievers Top List Of Dog Breeds For 28th YearLabrador retrievers aren't letting go of their hold on U.S. dog lovers, but German shorthaired pointers are tugging on the top ranks of doggy popularity.
Furry Tails: 'Love Your Dog, License Your Dog' CampaignIt’s never a bad time for pet owners to be reminded of the importance of licensing your dog.
Study: Older Dog Walkers Suffering More Broken Bones From FallsBroken bones from falls while dog walking are on the rise among older U.S. adults and hip fractures are among the most common injuries.
New Brain Cancer Treatment For Dogs Could Someday Help HumansResearchers at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech are enrolling dogs with glioblastoma into a clinical trial to test the experimental drug.
Paw-ternity Leave: Companies Offer Paid Leave To Care For Sick PetsSome companies across the U.S. are recognizing this and are now offering employees paid leave to care for new puppies or sick pets.