Month: June 2017

1. Key Characteristics AKC Group: Sporting Height: 23–28 inches Weight: 44–75 pounds Life Expectancy: 12–15 years This muscular, powerful game dog was bred for sport and makes a great companion for the home. The eyes are round and dark, and the nose is black, brown or flesh-colored depending on the coat color. The ears hang with a
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Who could resist a duck waddle? By: Derrick Coetzee Okay, admit it — how many of you have always wanted a duck for a pet? Look how adorable they are! Their little waddles, mighty quacks and cute little faces all shout, “Please take me home!” I’m guilty of feeding the ducks at various ponds,
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Today, pups across the country are putting on their best neckties and grabbing their attaché cases, because it’s Take Your Dog to Work Day. For this one day, there is no need to battle through the separation anxiety you feel leaving your pooch behind as you head out the door. But what if your best
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Home: Some pets never have one to call their own. We’d like to help change that by introducing you to an adoptable pet every week. Today, in honor of Adopt a Shelter Cat month, meet Fannie, a one-eyed kitty who earned her name through an unfortunate set of circumstances. The 7-year-old cat, now in the
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Carrots and other vegetables can provide your pet with plenty of antioxidants. By: Michael Budde Antioxidants. The word makes it sound like they’d be healthy, right? But apart from having a vague notion that healthy foods are a good thing, what do you really understand about antioxidants? Let’s take a quick romp through the
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Real turtles (not the ninja kind) need a lot of care. Can your family provide that? By: Land Turtle and Tortoise Rescue/Facebook With the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in theaters now, children will be asking for pet turtles to relive the motion picture or enjoy having their own “ninja turtle” team at home.
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In the pet adoption world the phrase, “Who rescued who?” is popular. Pets bring so many positive things into our lives, it can seem like they are the ones who saved us. Now, it turns out they really can. Melody Jackson, an associate professor and director of the animal-computer interaction lab at the Georgia Institute
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Take a deep breath before you watch this one. A tiny dog recently got loose from its owner on the streets of Mexico City and raced straight into the chaotic traffic of the bustling metropolis. Don’t worry, this story has a happy ending. A cyclist, equipped with a camera, cruising the same streets as the
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This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com From a futuristic cat carrier to the comfiest dog bed ever, these products were made to pamper your pet. Mod Carrier U-pet This well-ventilated space-age backpack keeps a cat or small dog (up to 16 pounds) comfy and safe. You can swap out the acrylic window for a mesh-front
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Watch these funny dog videos and try not to laugh. These dog fails of funny dogs jumping are just hilarious. Thanks for watching! Here’s our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MashupZone/ And be sure to subscribe and join the fun 🙂 Double Polka by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/…) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-… Artist:
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Way past her prime and a tongue that permanently sticks out because of missing teeth — these are traits that could potentially scare some folks away from signing adoption papers at an animal shelter. That wasn’t the case for Lou Ann Young, now the new owner of Duchess, a 17-year-old miniature dachshund who came to
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Today is all about self love because it’s #NationalSelfieDay! It’s time to switch to your front-facing camera and try out all those Snapchat filters. If you are new to the selfie game, don’t worry. We have some of the furriest, most adorable and ‘like’-able gurus to help you out. When it comes to social media,
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Captain Bob Culhane of the Huntington Beach Fire Department is calling it “the most aggressive bee attack that I’ve been involved in.” It happened at 9 a.m. on Saturday when firefighters got called to California’s Harriett Wieder Regional Park, according to CBS Los Angeles, who reported the story and interviewed the rescuers involved. When they
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