Some dogs like being scratched and other dogs LOVE being scratched. This corgi puppy falls into the latter category. But let's be serious. It's pretty tough to resi
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We get it pup! Stairs are confusing!
Tips for finding your puppy match. From the AOL Partner Studio
I was blessed to finally get a Golden Retriever (I named him Bheema) back in January. This fat, fluffy puppy, who was 11 weeks old, came waddling into my life.
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This dog is one great babysitter.
Your glass cage is no match for this kitty.
Let's face it. Waking up can suck. It sucks even more when an obnoxious alarm clocks disturbs your precious beauty sleep. This is exactly what happens to thi
OMG! Look at their little tails.
Sometimes you fall, but you need to pick yourself back up.
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Lemon you have met your match!
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He was just 14 weeks old.
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Valentine's Day is a wonderful day to spend with those you love -- whether they have two legs or four, paws or feet, wagging tails or smiling faces. It's a great day to share your love with everyone who makes you happy. This Valentine's Day we want to see a selfie of you and your BFFF (Best Furry Friend Forever)! Snap a picture of you and your pet -- be it a cat, dog, rabbit, or even a horse -- and show us your love!
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October 4 is World Animal Day, a global event celebrating animals big and small, from coast to coast and sea to sea around the world. Here in Canada, almost 30 per cent of households have a dog. They provide companionship, happiness and even therapy to their owners. But we still face a dark problem when choosing where to get our next dog -- puppy mills.
Be prepared to have your threshold for filth increase. As your pup's interest in used Kleenexes, rotting corpses and somebody's previous night's regret grow, so does your willingness to shove your hand in their mouth to grab their sidewalk afternoon delight; even if it happens to be a used condom.
In my early 30s, I made a decision to adopt a beautiful Chocolate Lab puppy. When I grew up with a dog, my family lived in a large house with a backyard, but my current home is a condo unit. Here are seven things that every condo-living prospective dog owner should think about when deciding to bring a puppy into their home.
Who wouldn't want a box of puppies for Christmas? We're not sure what we love more: the stunning decorations or adorable puppies unleashed on this idyllic Christmas scene. Was it worth it to have all...