Here’s everything you might have missed in The Dogington Post’s dog news Week in Review!
From inspiring stories, breaking news, advice for dog moms and dads, and tips for training your furriest family members, a lot happens in a week! Here are the top dog stories from this past week, all in one easy-to-read article!
Florida Dog Missing for Nearly 2 Years Mysteriously Shows up on Long Island
It was almost 2-years ago when a Florida family’s dog escaped the back yard and went missing. But, thanks to a microchip and a couple of good Samaritans some 1,200 miles away, she’ll finally return home.…Continue reading
WATCH: Meet Boise State’s ‘Very Good’ Kickoff Tee Retriever
In college sports, a lot goes on behind the scenes and out of the limelight. For example, did you know that for every game, there’s a person (or, in this case a dog!) tasked with running onto the field to retrieve the kickoff tee?…Continue reading
WATCH: How Does Your Dog Actually See the World?
Have you ever wondered how your dog actually sees the world around him? For many years, it was believed that dogs only saw the world in black and white with shades of gray. Of course, that myth has been disproven – dogs CAN see colors, but the way they see is quite different from the way we mere humans do!…Continue reading
Dog Hilariously Interrupts Argentine Soccer Match, Scores a Post-Game Interview
As dog lovers, nothing brings a smile to our face like a dog simply having the time of his life, running free, tail wagging, a great big smile on his face!…Continue reading
What Would Happen to Your Dog, If Something Happened to You?
It’s not a topic that most people consider. But, truthfully, you should. What would happen to your dog if suddenly you were unable to provide for his or her care?…Continue reading
Meet Frida, The Rescue Dog Saving Lives After Mexico Earthquake
In the wake of a devastating Mexico earthquake that left nearly 250 people dead and injured thousands more, one very special dog is stepping up and saving lives.…Continue reading
Blind Man Refused Service at NC Restaurant Because of Service Dog
A blind man’s mistreatment by a North Carolina restaurant proves, once again, that businesses and employees are still largely unaware of service dog access laws.…Continue reading