9 Things Only Boston Terrier Parents Understand

9 Things Only Boston Terrier Parents Understand

Known as the “American Gentleman,” the Boston Terrier is a unique breed known for its intelligence, affection, and 'USA! USA!' kind of attitude. Those from the actual city might call them “wicked awesome,” which is technically accurate, but those who know them best would describe them more like this:

1. They are lovers, not fighters

Originally bred to be

5 Sneaky Additives in Traditional Dog Food

5 Sneaky Additives in Traditional Dog Food

You try to limit the amount of processed food you eat, but what about your pups? If they’re consuming a diet primarily made up of kibble and dry treats, the foods they consume is likely treated with lots of additives to make it more appetizing. Many traditional dog food companies do this to cater to pups’ cravings: “Dogs have

The Best Airlines for Pups, Paws Down

The Best Airlines for Pups, Paws Down


When Irina Jilishitz and her 14-pound pug-mix, Wrigley, first flew together on Southwest, both were nervous travelers. Jilishitz had recently adopted Wrigley from a Chicago shelter while visiting, and was bringing him home to New York. She wasn’t too familiar with him yet, and was nervous that he wouldn’t do well on the flight. And Wrigley was in

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies


Happy almost weekend humans! It has been a depressing week in the news, so we're rounding up some of the Internet's most pup-spiring stories to help you smile.

The sky is the limit for this paragliding dog.

Dodo

Imagine what he'd do for Ollie!

Daily Mail

This pup is lending a helping paw in the Puerto Rico cleanup.

Good News

How to Treat Your Pup the Right Amount

How to Treat Your Pup the Right Amount


T-R-E-A-T. That's probably how you have to spell the word around your pup so they don't freak out when you say it! Hey, we totally understand--we like rewarding our pups for good "sits" and "stays" (and sometimes just for being freaking adorable.) But you may be treating them too much: “In many cases, there are multiple family members who like