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This Puerto Rico Pup Shelter Needs Your Help Post-Hurricane

This Puerto Rico Pup Shelter Needs Your Help Post-Hurricane

Since 2013, Animal Lighthouse Rescue" alt="" title="" /> has been working with El Faro de los Animales, a no-kill shelter in Puerto Rico, to help them rescue and rehabilitate pups on the island, and find them forever homes on the mainland. With low adoption rates—and high euthanasia rates—the work they do to help pay for medical fees and supplies, and help transport the

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies


Happy first official day of fall! We're rounding up some of the Internet's most pup-lifting stories that will warm your autumn-loving hearts.

BFFs forever!

People

Hard to be mad at this wedding crasher...

Dodo

We are officially Boise State fans thanks to this pup.

Buzzfeed

The latest accessory trend lasts forever.

DailyMail

This is the definition of friendship goals.

Today

Natural Ways to Satisfy Your Dog’s Food Cravings

Natural Ways to Satisfy Your Dog’s Food Cravings


The way your dog sits at your feet while you’re eating a cheeseburger or always comes running when you’re frying bacon, it might seem like he has very specific food cravings. But the reality is that your pup’s inclination for certain flavors is less specific than your own.

Dogs have somewhere between 1,500 and 2,000

What Dogs Really Like to Watch on TV

What Dogs Really Like to Watch on TV

If anyone’s ever laughed at you for purposefully leaving the TV on for your pup—and specifically Modern Family reruns because you just know in your heart of hearts it’s his favorite show—then prepare to be validated: Dogs not only watch TV, but they can also benefit from it. In fact, Ron Levi, founder of DogTV, a

Why Your Puppy Doesn't Necessarily Need to Eat Puppy Food

Why Your Puppy Doesn't Necessarily Need to Eat Puppy Food


Got the puppy? Check. Found a vet? Check. Now you just need to figure out what to feed them! One of the most common questions we come across with young pups is whether it’s okay to give them adult dog food, or if their nutritional needs are different. So we spoke with Richard Patton, a New Mexico-based animal nutrition