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In the race — part of the European extreme dog sled race series — competitors in two categories have to cover either 186 miles or 124 miles, spending two or one night sleeping out in the snow.

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If you’ve ever thought about making your dog a star, a brewing company is launching a contest that might fulfill your dreams (or those of your four-legged friend, rather). Devils Backbone Brewing Company is looking for good boys and girls who want to be featured in the newest illustration for their Gold

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This is not your typical litter of puppies: A Great Dane delivered 19 babies at an Arizona animal hospital on Feb. 23. It’s a super-litter. A mega-litter. A preponderance of pups. Mom Cleo had a lot of help, of course. Kingman Animal Hospital brought in extra staffers to help care

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A sweet and simple request is coming from a terminally ill little girl living in Wisconsin: She would love a letter from your dog. Emma Mertens, a 7-year-old, is fighting a rare and inoperable brain tumor. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help cover her medical costs. The page has

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Luke Bryan and his family recently welcomed a new pet into their lives, an 18-year-old rescue dog named Poochie. Sadly, after just a couple of weeks with the family, Poochie has passed away. He lived a long life, however, and the Bryan family couldn’t be prouder to have been part

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As if we needed any more reasons to adore dogs, they are now saving us from one of the worst things that can happen to a night in: bad wine. That’s right, dogs are now being trained to ensure that your wine stays free of undesirable compounds such as trichloroanisole (TCA)

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One of the best parts of Easter for me — other than Cadbury eggs themselves — has always been the adorable Cadbury bunny “tryout” commercials that grace our TVs every year. Once you see a pig, lion, or llama in bunny ears, you know Easter is right around the corner.

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After a long winter hunkering down in dens, porcupines tend to become more active in the spring — which can spell trouble for dogs who encounter the rodents on the trails or while playing near forested areas. It’s a misconception that porcupines can shoot their needle-like quills at perceived predators.

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There’s more to the Westminster Dog Show than perfectly prim and proper pups. Before the breed competitions, the agility course tests each dog’s agility and speed. The goal for every pooch and their owner attempting the agility course at the Westminster Dog Show is to have the quickest and cleanest

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