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Pittsburgh Hotel Dog Has A Better Job Than Most Humans

Pittsburgh Hotel Dog Has A Better Job Than Most Humans

Meet the Fairmont's Canine Ambassador

Pittsburgh's Fairmont Hotel has appointed its first "canine ambassador," a lab-boxer mix named Edie that guests can take on walks around the city. Read More »

Mail Delivery In Iowa Halted By Threatening Chihuahua

Mail Delivery In Iowa Halted By Threatening Chihuahua

USPS: this is for the mail carrier's protection

The USPS has halted mail delivery to a block in Cedar Rapids, Iowa out of concern for the safety of a mail carrier who felt threatened by a local chihuahua. Read More »

Ellen DeGeneres's Gift to Firefighters Raises Ethics Questions

Ellen DeGeneres's Gift to Firefighters Raises Ethics Questions

Received warm gift for rescuing dog from icy Charles River

Four Boston firefighters were forced to return tickets for a Caribbean cruise because the value of the gift exceeded $50. Read More »

Who Let the Dogs In -- At Work?

Who Let the Dogs In -- At Work?

Dogs in the office can reduce stress and increase camaraderie.

Leading the way are some of America's most respected employers, from Google to Amazon, Ben & Jerry's to The Daily Show, even the U.S. Congress. Read More »

'Take Your Dog To Work' Day: When Dogs Are Co-Workers

'Take Your Dog To Work' Day: When Dogs Are Co-Workers

Today is Take Your Dog To Work Day. Begun in the U.S. in 1999, the annual event is intended to celebrate the man-canine bond, and encourage the adoption of stray dogs. But some employers, including some offices at AOL, go even further and invite dogs into the office every day in the belief that allowing... Read More »

Bringing Your Dog To Work: Do Workers Really Love It?

Bringing Your Dog To Work: Do Workers Really Love It?

When Bob Page walks through the warehouse of his North Carolina-based dinnerware company, he wears a fanny pack full of pet snacks. He hands them out to 20 or 30 dogs that come to work every day. Replacements Ltd.'s founder has been doing this ritual since 1997, when Page first began allowing his 450... Read More »

Former Banker Spends $16,000 To Clean Up Dog Poop

Former Banker Spends $16,000 To Clean Up Dog Poop

When Gary Downie pushed the stroller of his seven-week-old baby through the streets of his neighborhood in the English town of Chester, he had to snake around an estimated 500 chunks of dog feces that dot the main road. "I am concerned about my children," the father of two told the Chester Leader. "There are... Read More »

Going To Waste? Biotech Scholar Works As Pooper Scooper

Going To Waste? Biotech Scholar Works As Pooper Scooper

When Allison Manderino graduated in 2008 with a degree in lab-based animal sciences and a specialization in biotechnology she was chock-full of hope. She had a college degree, in the sciences no less. She would be an in-demand property, riding through the recession on her stellar credentials. Read More »

Dog Detective Checks Up on Malicious Dog Walkers

Dog Detective Checks Up on Malicious Dog Walkers

How much could possibly go wrong hiring someone to walk your dog? The answer it seems is, plenty! That's why some New York City dog owners hire pooch private eye Brock Schwartz, reports the New York Post. Either by trailing the dog-walkers on the streets of Manhattan or by installing doggy cams in apartments,... Read More »

Confessions of a Pet Groomer

Confessions of a Pet Groomer

Ah, I love the smell of wet dog in the morning! Twenty-two years ago, at the age of 34, I decided to switch careers and become Renee, the dog and cat groomer. I founded Pet-i-Care, my own dog and cat grooming salon in Buffalo, N.Y. Read More »

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