Photos and Articles
- DogWork Photos March 16-22
- DogWork Photos March 23-29
- DogWork Photos March 30 - April 5
- DogWork Memes - When Pets Talk We Listen
- Meme Stories: DogWork Translates Your Pet's Language
- Adventure Becomes You, Dog
- National Pets and Kids Day
- National Disabled Pets Day and Our Pets
- DogWork Does Star Wars
- A Horse and DogWork Show
- Direwolves on DogWork: A Game of Thrones Tribute
- DogWork Photos Week of 5/31
- It's All About The Chase: Memes 6/7
- Your Rescued Dogs
- Fleas, Your Dog, and How To Stay Safe
- Choosing a Shelter Dog
- Taming Your Dog
- Good Causes
- Canine Good Citizen
- Is Your Dog Sick?
- Dog Trivia
- Lost Your Dog?
- Traveling Buddies
- Your Dog's Native Tongue
- Calculator The Dog
- Separation Anxiety
- Dog Afraid of Thunder
- Food Dangers
- When Cat Asthma Strikes, Breathe a Little Easier
- 4th of July: Are Your Pets at Risk?
Did you know?
33 percent of dog owners admit that they talk to their dogs on the phone or leave messages on an answering machine while away.
The common belief that dogs are color blind is false. Dogs can see color, but it is not as vivid a color scheme as we see. They distinguish between blue, yellow, and gray, but probably do not see red and green. This is much like our vision at twilight.
An estimated 1 million dogs in the United States have been named the primary beneficiary in their owner's will.
The dachshund is one of the oldest dog breeds in history (dating back to ancient Egypt.) The name comes from one of its earliest uses - hunting badgers. In German, Dachs means "badger," Hund is "hound."