Posts Tagged 'pet'

How Breeding Has Changed Dogs


This article quickly covers the questionable traits bread into various dog breeds in the last 100 years.

Read the article HERE.

Incredibly Photogenic Dog [pics]

Maddie, the coon hound, takes beautiful pictures.

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Now You Have Seen A Dog Dancing [video]

Even Dogs Can Have Mondays [video]

Go Home, Cat – You’re Drunk! [video]

No, I Just Need A Trim! [pics] reported –

This poor abandoned pooch was found wandering on farmland in Ontario Canada and could barely walk due to his fur being so tightly matted together. His rescuers took him to a vet where they removed his overgrown fur coat and a bur from his eye. He is still slightly afraid of people but enjoys the company of other dogs and is recovering nicely.

See pics of his haircut HERE


Chaser – The World’s Smartest Dog

chaserlyingdown-sPopSci reports –

“Chaser, this is Dan. Chaser! This is Dan,” said Deb Pilley, a classical musician who goes by the name Pilley Bianchi professionally and signs her emails as “Pill.” Pill is the daughter of John Pilley, a former professor of psychology, who owns Chaser, an average-sized border collie mostly the color of cookies-and-cream ice cream, but with a black patch just to the left of her left eye. Standing in the entryway of Pill’s apartment, Chaser looked up at me with round amber eyes. “Hi there,” I said, and stuck my hand out for Chaser to smell. She did, briefly, then glanced at Pill, then turned around and ran upstairs to Pill’s apartment. The introduction was not dissimilar from a lot of introductions I’ve had at parties, except this time, I was meeting a dog. Border collies are the only dogs I like. They seem more self-reliant than other breeds, equally demanding of human attention but less demanding of human affection. They very rarely bark. They don’t jump on strangers. They don’t slobber. They are work dogs, not lap dogs. Border collies are herders, bred hundreds of years ago to work with sheep around the Anglo-Scottish border. They’re highly energetic, but it’s focused; they are, unlike many dogs, workaholics. In the absence of herding tasks, many, including Chaser, decide that their “job” is to play fetch. They’re not lackadaisical about fetch, getting the ball when they feel like it and giving it back at their leisure: they are impatient and demand the ball be thrown. This isn’t playtime. It’s work, and its in their genes. They’ll do it for hours, every day, and if they’re not allowed to “work” enough, they get bored, and then they get destructive. Throughout the recording of my interview with John, you can hear the bouncing of Chaser’s favorite ball, because the interview took place during her workday.

Dog Wants a Kitty [video]

Cable TV Channel For Dogs – Really???

DogTV is offering a TV channel tailored to a dog’s interests. Currently, it’s only available on Roku boxes or online, but a nationwide US cable TV roll out is planned. The cost is $10 per month or $70 per year.

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Wild Baboons Raise Wild Dogs As Pets [video]

Top 10 Complaints That Pets Have About Their Owners

I found this hilarious list at

1. Blaming your farts on me…..
Not funny… not funny at all !!!

2. Yelling at me for barking.

3. Taking me for a walk, then
not letting me check stuff out.
Exactly whose walk is this anyway?

4. Any trick that involves balancing
food on my nose. Stop it!

5. Any haircut that involves bows or ribbons.
Now you know why we chew your stuff
up when you’re not home.

6. The sleight of hand, fake fetch throw.
You fooled a dog! Whoooo Hoooooooo what
a proud moment for the top of the food chain.

7. Taking me to the vet for “the big snip”,
then acting surprised when I freak
out every time we go back!

8. Getting upset when I sniff the crotches of your guests.
Sorry, but I haven’t quite mastered that handshake thing yet.

9. When you run away in the middle of a perfectly good leg humping.

10. How you act disgusted when I lick myself.
Look, we both know the truth. You’re just jealous.

original source



Make A Sweater From Your Pet’s Fur

“Love your cuddly pet so much you want to immortalize him or her into a soft cuddly sweater? We do it with sheep and goat fur – why not cats and dogs?”

This site seems to be serious.


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