By Nealie E. Sanchez | editor@TexasDogMagazine.com The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year, on Feb. 16, 2018 marked the year of the Earth Dog. According to […]
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Name: Riley Breed: Catahoula Leopard Dog and Bluetick Coonhound Mix Age: 2 years City: Cleburne, Texas Favorite Treat: Carrots Favorite Toy: Tennis balls Bio: Riley loves visiting dog-friendly restaurants and breweries with her human, Makenzie. She could play fetch all day long and can catch any ball thrown her way! She spends […]
By Nealie E. Sanchez | firstname.lastname@example.org Matt Waggoner grew up in Denison, Texas on his mom’s ranch surrounded by “ranch dogs.” He says he always loved dogs, but at age 10 his love for dogs evolved when he got a furry friend of his own. “I got a German Shepherd […]
By Nealie E. Sanchez | email@example.com March 13 is National K9 Veterans Day The Origin of MWDs: While dogs make great companions and family members, dogs have also been in demand for war dog operations since the founding of the U.S. Army K9 Corps on March 13, 1942. After the […]
By Tiffany Ditto | TXDM Staff Writer As Texas shakes off that cold weather and begins to descend into its only other season, there are a few weeks where the […]
Name: Jackson Breed: Dalmatian Age: 2 Favorite Treat: Blueberries Favorite Toy: Squeaky Ball Bio: Jackson is a fun-loving pup from Houston, Texas. He loves chasing balls, swimming, eating blueberries and bananas, taking long naps and cuddling with his humans. Jackson is very social – he loves making new human and fur […]
By Tiffany Ditto | TXDM Staff Writer Even for experienced pet owners, unlocking the mysteries of our fur babies can be a challenging task. Underneath their cute exterior lie strange behaviors and things you may have wondered about but didn’t know the answer to. With the help of expert journals, […]
By Nealie E. Sanchez | firstname.lastname@example.org Amy Harper is a 48-year-old artist living in the Texas Hill Country. While she has always been an artist, she wasn’t a dog-lover until she rescued her first dogs Ginger the brindle Border Collie and Chelsea the Border Collie-Lab Mix. “I didn’t grow up […]
By Andrew Munford | TXDM Staff Writer History Picking a breed to focus on in our first edition was just as hard as I imagined. I’ve always been the type of person to see a dog and the last thing I think to ask is, “What kind of dog is […]
– TXDM Staff Texas Dog Magazine is dedicated to advocating for our four-legged friends. For this edition, TXDM has made a small donation to The Love Pit, a 501c3 foster-based, non-profit dog rescue in Dallas-Fort Worth. TLP’s mission is to reduce the homeless Pit Bull population through rescue, rehabilitation, training […]