Some dog’s don’t deserve the title of man’s best friend.
The dogs that roam the streets of Moscow are known to be pretty intuitive; some of them have even been seen navigating the city’s complex subway system. But when it’s time for some grub, these dogs also know a quick way to score a bite to eat.
A group of three dogs were recently spotted ganging up on a poor woman exiting a grocery store. After a few moments of the dogs jumping on her, she finally gave in and handed the big one a loaf of bread.
It’s unclear if the woman previously made the mistake of feeding these dogs or if they just run a food-stealing ring that operates out of the grocery store. Read more…
Imagine someone placing a delicious cookie on your nose. Who among us would not eat that cookie?
Well, this dog has more willpower than the rest of us — and is great at balancing treats on its nose to boot. According to its owner, the practice is a daily routine to beef up the pet’s communication skills.
And, yes, the dog gets to eat the treats — eventually.
“My daughter was fostering two boys, ages two and five,” Sandi Swiridoff, Buddy’s grandmother told Mashable, “When the time came for them to move to a forever family my heart ached at the thought of no longer being involved in their lives.”
“I needed something to focus on, to pour love and attention into,” she continued, “[adopting] Reagan the dog did just that.” Read more…
Not sure why, but there’s always someone out there who thinks it’ll be really funny to give an animal a sip of their beer.
Well no surprises, but it’s a really dumb idea.
In Australia, veterinarians come across higher rates of alcohol toxicity in animals during the holiday season, either thanks to idiots or because pets accidentally become exposed to small amounts of alcohol laying around.
Just a week after some jerks fed a native quokka UDL vodka from a can, the Australian Veterinarian Association (AVA) has condemned the all-too-common holiday past time of letting animals try your alcohol Read more…
The winner (full name: GrandCru Giaconda) was praised by the judges for her beauty and showmanship.
“Gia fits the Greyhound standard perfectly and also gives that extra showmanship,” said one of the Best in Show judges, according to People. “She has a head like a snake and can really gallop. A lot of Greyhounds don’t have that showmanship.” Read more…