Despite the existence of strict laws on purebred importation, animal testing and licensing in the country, illegal dog breeding and marketing in pet stores only seems to be growing in the city. . One reason for this is that although the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act has been enacted,Read More →

Over the past 27 years, things have changed dramatically. Facebook launched, Apple took over the mobile world, the United States went through four different presidents, and the AKC launched Agility, Scent Work, Trick Dog, and more. One thing, however, remained the same. Since 1991, the Labrador Retriever has been theRead More →

Once again, the Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed in the country. People don’t just love them, they obsess over them. If you’re already a fan, you know all about the breed’s many charming qualities. But if you’re still wondering how the Lab continues to dominate the competitionRead More →

Last month, I wrote about how studying dogs gives scientists a unique insight into genetics because of how they were bred by humans. So, who were the first to breed dogs? Recent evidence now points to hunter-gatherers from a Siberian island known as Zhokhov. Populated nine thousand years ago, theseRead More →

Dog breeders get new rules, but some people think you shouldn’t adopt anything other than rescues. When you think of raising puppies, many people think of images of poor, starving creatures left for hours alone in dark cages. This image has caused a lot of back and forth between dogRead More →

7-Knox 6-Richland 2 – Fulton, Darke 1 – Ashland, Ashtabula, Carroll, Licking, Preble DEEP COVERAGE This journal has analyzed documents received through Open Records Law requests to bring you in-depth insight into the high-volume dog breeders and retailers doing business in our state. DEEP COVERAGE This journal has analyzed documentsRead More →