A Warm Welcome To All Who Love Dogs
Dogs Make Us Happy And Show us How To Love
Every day I look forward to going for a walk with a friend’s mixed breed called Angus. And of course it's a real joy to meet other cute dogs and their warm and friendly human companions. So what is it about our canine best friend that brings out the best version of us and enables us to appreciate that a stranger is just a friend we do not know?
The fact is that dogs have an incredible ability to unite people and make them happy. They light up our lives with their unconditional, infinite love and literally jump for joy when they greet us. All human beings need to love and be loved and dogs show us how!
In Return Dogs Deserve Happiness
In return for enriching and enlightening our lives I believe the least we can do for our canine companions is to take care of their emotional and physical needs so that they live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives! The purpose of Waggly Dogs is to provide the information you need to provide this care. We do so by featuring articles from leading experts on dog breeds, dog food, dog care, dog behavior, dog-human relationship and many other topics.
Help Us To Help Homeless Dogs In Shelters
Waggly Dogs also has an important role to play when for a variety of reasons dogs become homeless or are treated cruelly and are rescued by dog shelters and animal charities.
We are committed to helping these homeless dogs find forever homes by donating 25% of our profit to dog charities.
You can help boost our donations by buying the products we promote. Just visit our dog products online shop here to see these products and any current special offers.
Love and light,
Dog Lover & Waggly Dogs Founder
ANSWERS TO YOUR DOG QUESTIONS
This is what we really care about
Want to know how to create a happy fulfilling life for your dog?
These leading experts can show you how!
Jessica Pierce, Ph.DBioethicist
Jessica specialises in the ethics of keeping pets and is a respected author for Psychology Today. Her 2009 book Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals, written in collaboration with cognitive ethologist Marc Bekoff, builds a scientific case that nonhuman animals exhibit a broad range of prosocial behaviors, including empathy, cooperation and fairness.
Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.DBiologist
Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D is an internationally renowned biologist who has conducted research into and writes about the unexplained power of animals and his research into the existence of animal telepathy.
Marc Bekoff, Ph.DBiologist, ethologist and behavioural ecologist
Marc is Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He offers unique insights into the relationship between humans and their companion dogs on a deep emotional level and has his articles regularly published on Psychology today.