Visualize Hugh Hefner circa 1978 overanxiously glad-handing everyone, and you’d have the idea. My pet believes every visitor needs to be enthusiastically and individually welcomed.
A Northern Virginia veterinarian provides winter safety tips for your pet.
This holiday season, if you live in Northern Virginia, you might see a half-crazed floppy-eared hound frolicking with Rudolph or even hear his thunderous bellows as he chases away the Grinch.
Every Thanksgiving our family packs up the three kids and two dogs and heads off to our in-laws for Thanksgiving dinner. The packing is usually left to me, which as any woman reading this column will readily surmise was my spouse’s first mistake.
Clayton Dean’s dog Hershey adjusts to life with Trouble.
Trouble, after much cajoling, takes the leap into his water-filled vacation.
Trouble’s song draws new friends: Arlington’s deer population.
Trouble discovers his natural enemies: brooms, balloons and boxes.
Trouble tries to take a spin behind the wheel.
For the past 15 years, Alexandria local Diane Roadcap has been traveling along the East Coast as a pet psychic to help people understand their pets.