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How to be a dog photographer

by Eliza Mills Dec 27, 2018
We go behind the lens with a photographer of four-legged subjects.
Ellen Shershow tries to capture the unique personality of each pet she photographs.
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She's a trainer who was schooled by dogs

by Marketplace Staff Oct 26, 2018
She did it for the love of Lola, a rescue. Then it became her profession.
Some of Renee Bogaarts' furriest clients.
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She's a trainer who was schooled by dogs

by Marketplace Staff Oct 26, 2018
She did it for the love of Lola, a rescue. Then it became her profession.
Some of Renee Bogaarts' furriest clients.
Courtesy of Renee Bogaarts

Here’s how animal shelters are preparing for fear-inducing fireworks

by Justin Ho Jul 3, 2018
More pets go missing around the Fourth of July holiday than any other time. Amid the din and the bright lights of the fireworks, dogs and cats often scramble for cover and end up losing their way. Animal shelters are…

Even dogs need to have experience to get a job

by Janet Nguyen Feb 19, 2018
There's a lot of training that goes into becoming a working dog.
Patch, a service dog, picks up an arm strap with a stylus for his owner Annette Ramirez.
Courtesy Annette Ramirez

What rescue puppies teach us about supply and demand

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Dec 7, 2017
Puppies sometimes make cross-country journeys to meet adoption demands.
Kelly Brown drives the Brother Wolf van through Rutherford County, North Carolina on her way to receive dogs for the trip to Connecticut.
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Why it's so hard to qualify as a dog walker

by Lizzie O'Leary Oct 13, 2017
Laine Higgins wanted to earn some extra cash. So she applied for a job as a dog walker in New York City with one of the many on-demand dog-walking services. And was denied. “I got one question wrong on the…

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How did bring your dog to work day become a thing?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jun 22, 2017
Woof.
Dogs share the aisle with employees at DogVacay's offices in Santa Monica, California. Employees of the company, known as an Airbnb for canines, share office space with their own and others' dogs.
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A dog and his FitBark: Will pet wearables take off?

by Molly Wood Feb 18, 2016
Now you can track what your canine is really doing when you're at work.
Molly Wood's dog wearing a FitBark.
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by Michelle Philippe Jun 13, 2014
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