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Hey Business Executives, Don't Forget Social Media is Always Watching You

Leah Eichler | Posted 09.23.2014 | Canada Business
Leah Eichler

It seems the Internet, like Orwell's police state, is slowly forcing everyone to stay on his or her best behaviour. In my mind, the Internet won when yet another elevator video surfaced of National Football League player Ray Rice punching his then fiancé, prompting his release by the Baltimore Ravens and an indefinite suspension by the NFL.

A Letter To Big Silly

Mike Gallay | Posted 05.24.2014 | Canada
Mike Gallay

Having spent 20 minutes verifying if yawns are contagious between people and pets, my Bernese Mountain Dog, Big Silly, is frustrated with me. I sense ...

Why You Should Tie This on Your Dog

Barbara Cartwright | Posted 04.01.2014 | Canada Living
Barbara Cartwright

As a society we love dogs. And no wonder, they provide us with companionship, unconditional love, and, well, those eyes. A look both eager and soulful...

Combining Fashion with Man's Best Friend for a Good Cause

Laura Serra | Posted 10.29.2012 | Canada Impact
Laura Serra

When my Chihuahua puppy, Chloe, was in a terrible accident and needed emergency spinal reconstruction surgery the veterinarian gave us the choice between a $10,000 surgery bill and putting our new puppy down. Was it really a choice? After that I knew I wanted to start a charity that helped dogs who needed life-saving surgeries. That's when Paws for the Cause was born, and later it's annual #PawsGala dog fashion show.

Free Wi-Fi For Dog Poo: Mexican Initiative Works By Reward

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 04.24.2012 | Canada Living

Dogs may be able to help humans in any number of ways, but one thing that will never change is how humans need to help dogs -- namely, by picking up t...

Is Your Dog Ruining Your Relationship?

Josey Vogels | Posted 12.31.2011 | Canada Living
Josey Vogels

Some people need time to warm up to a dog, and you should allow for a bonding period. However if your date is disrespectful to your commitment to your dog, i.e., encourages you to leave him or her alone overnight "because, she'll be ok, it's just one night, or a few more hours," I think this a bad sign.