There are a few unavoidable and unfortunate circumstances that result in people having no choice but to rehome or surrender their dogs. Sadly, a vast majority of excuses are shameful, ridiculous, or downright idiotic. A dog is a part of the family, to be
Weird & Wacky Archive
What cruel human left a single tator tot just out of Argus the Vizsla’s reach? His mom explained, “I wasn’t even out of the room before he started being naughty. The sounds you hear are him trying to move a barstool & then reaching
Canadian weatherman Mike Sobel thought bringing in a great dog from the Edmonton Humane Society to help with the weather forecast would be a lot of fun and a great way to promote animal adoption. As you’ll see in the video below, Sobel had
What do you mean, you’ve never smelled your dog’s feet?! Go do it now, we’ll wait… Smells like corn chips, right? (or tortillas, or popcorn, or some other corn-based salty treat). Besides puppy breath, it’s one of the better smells our dogs naturally produce.
We’ve heard plenty about people being allergic to dogs – but a dog that’s allergic to people? That’s the case with a very special Black Lab named Adam. Desperately in need of rescue, Robin Herman and her staff at the Lucky Dog Retreat Rescue
An Argentine soccer match between Belgrano and Quilmes had to be temporarily stopped when a young, curious dog wandered onto the field. One player, unable to resist the adorable puppy’s charms, stopped playing the game and instead began playing with the dog, showering him
It’s no secret that dogs have amazing olfactories. From those trained in search and rescue, to sniffing out cancers, to detecting bed bugs, or simply just knowing you’ve got treats tucked somewhere in those grocery bags, the canine nose is something to marvel at.
When Mshindi, a Black Rhinoceros and resident of the Denver Zoo injured his foot, it meant spending a lot more time indoors and away from the excitement of his enclosure and the other animals living in it. So, as an effort to provide 21-year
We don’t really need a scientific study to prove what we already know, but for all the naysayers out there – here it is: Scientific proof that we DO love our dogs as much as we love our children. Researchers at the Massachusetts General
We’re getting to the bottom (heh) of a very important question – why do dogs sniff each other’s butts? The answer is actually pretty amazing!
Dogs aren’t particularly well-known for their love of bath time. Even pups that live for water and could swim and splash for hours, often turn to trembling ‘fraidy cats when it’s time for the tub. But not this guy! Just look at the way