Pebbles, world’s oldest dog, dies at age 22

Pebbles, a Toy Fox Terrier that held the record as the world's oldest dog, died earlier this week at the age of 22, according to Guinness World Records.

Born on March 28, 2000, on Long Island, in New York state, the female terrier lived most of her life in to South Carolina, giving birth to 32 puppies over the years.

Prince Andrew to take on queen’s beloved corgis

A key question around Britain's royal succession was resolved on Sunday when it emerged scandal-hit Prince Andrew and his ex-wife will look after Queen Elizabeth II's corgi dogs after her death.

The prince and his former spouse Sarah Ferguson will take on Muick and Sandy following the queen's death at Balmoral on Sept. 8 aged 96, Andrew's spokesman said.

Study shows dogs get teary-eyed when they reunite with owners

Dog owners know the pure joy of returning home from a long trip to be greeted by their tail-wagging, uncontrollably jumping, face-licking companion.

But those ecstatic canines might be shedding more than just fur on your clothes, they might also be tearing-up, according to a new study published on Aug. 22 in the journal Current Biology.

World’s ugliest dog: Mr Happy Face

With a tuft of punk-style hair and a tongue sticking perennially out the side of his mouth, a dog named Mr Happy Face has been crowned the world's homeliest pooch.

This 17-year-old Chinese crested defeated nine competitors Friday in the World's Ugliest Dog Contest, a decades-old event held annually in Petaluma, California.

Family accuses municipality workers drugging, seizing dogs

A family in the northwestern province of Kocaeli has accused the municipality workers of "raiding their single-family house," "drugging and seizing their dogs from the garden" without their consent.

Showing surveillance camera footage that displays the municipality workers carrying the "fainting" dogs, the Ataman family made a denunciation on June 14.