Our beagle Huckleberry has invented the sport of chasing pumpkins down a hill in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. His reward is he gets to eat the pumpkin, which he’s able to break into after several rolls.
Keep reading Beagles Run for Rolling Pumpkins in Prospect Park
Beagles will climb a tree if you smear it with peanut butter.
Keep reading How to play the peanut butter tree game with your hounds
30 or so beagles partied for Bastille Day in Prospect Park. We blew a shofar to set off the baying and activate their inner beagle.
Keep reading Beagles howl to shofar on Bastille Day in Prospect Park
A ton of new websites promise to find you a local dog sitter. Care.com and its ilk end up inundating you with a depressing number of emails. DogVacay lets you find local dog lovers who open their homes. But I found a dog sitter I love on Yelp.
Keep reading How to find a dog-sitter online, sorting through the DogVacay, Care.com and Yelp options
Clover Hill Farm’s main work is horses, but it moonlights as an inn and a beagle paradise.
Keep reading Beagletown in the Berkshires
A big campaign blocked–for now–what would have been the UK’s biggest breeding farm for laboratory beagles. About 75,000 U.S. dogs are being tested on; the biggest US breeder, Charles River, has 736 dogs.
Keep reading Ricky Gervais helps stop breeding beagles for research
After years of fertility treatments, we got pregnant the day we adopted two beagles.
Keep reading We gave laboratory beagles a home, they gave us a baby
The iPhone’s new video chat service, FaceTime, is so good it fools dogs.
Keep reading FaceTime, the new Master’s Voice