Dog has had quite enough of this Thanksgiving shit

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Gus the dog tries to comprehend a Thanksgiving toy, and gives up.

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Meeting Cow Dog

In this telling short story, Boing Boing's Xeni Jardin meets a homeless neighbor and his big, rambunctious dog. When time is short, sometimes more can be found in companionship and reflection of a simple truth: that the now, in all its peace, beauty and suffering, will pass.

Dog Angel


Photographic proof that dogs are angels. Not shopped, we can tell by the pixels.


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Wolf puppies are hunting for mice in the meadow


“Wolf puppies hunting for mice. Polar Park 2014.” Read the rest

This guy's poor dog really hates it when his owner blows raspberries


Nathan Chung's dog really hates it when he “blows raspberries.”  Read the rest

Guns don't kill people, dogs with guns kill people


Following up on their highly successful data-driven charticle about toddlers shooting people to death in America, the Washington Post publishes a new infographic about all the people being shot to death by dogs.

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Real stories of psychiatric support dogs, and the people who rely on them

Maggie Shannon for Hopes&Fears

Hopes&Fears has a beautiful feature up today on the lives of service dogs for people with psychiatric disabilities and mental illnesses.

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Dog and baby freak out adorably when dad comes home


We should all be so lucky to be loved this much.

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Boy, 11, asks girl, 8, to see her puppies. She declines. He shoots and kills her.

McKayla Dyer [family photo]

Authorities in Tennessee say an 11-year-old boy has been detained on first-degree murder charges after shooting and killing an 8-year-old neighbor with a shotgun because she would not show him her pet puppies.

The gun belonged to the boy's father. The two kids went to the same school.

Neighbors interviewed by local news reporters identified the victim as Maykayla Dyer.

"Wanting to see a puppy, the little girl laughed and told him no... and that was it," said neighbor Chasity Arwood.

"Watching the Tennessee football game, heard the bang," Arwood said. "And then everybody screaming that he shot her baby girl."

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Want to clone your dog? That'll be $100,000

Ken (left) and Henry were created with DNA from  skin cell of another pet. [NPR]

A booming biotech business in South Korea has new customers in America, because everyone wants to clone their dog. Read the rest

Home Free wants to make you a stray dog in the big city


It's not easy living in the big city, especially when you're a lost dog. Read the rest

Kickstarting a game: "Minecraft, but you're a dog, and everything's beautiful"


Margaret writes, "Esteemed NYC game-maker Kevin Cancienne (part of the team behind highly adored Drop 7) is launching Home Free, an utterly unique dog exploration game. It's Minecraft, but you're a dog, and everything's beautiful." Read the rest

Cat discovers an effective method for dog shutdown


Works every time. “We've been monitoring our pup at home to get a sense of how much barking he's been doing,” Devon Meadows explains.

“Chazz had just started barking after my wife and I left for work but luckily our cat, Greyscale, shuts that down.”

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Doge proprietor of corner store in Japan greets customers with happy Shiba Inu wag


Miki Kotevski, who shot this video, says: “This Shiba Inu has brought more people together from across the world than most politicians and other figures will ever be able to. Shiva's owner is the kindest owner and a great and kind person. Shiva is the Shiba's name and he is the best dog around.” Read the rest

Baby meets beagle

“My wife and I were worried about how the dog would react to a baby, so we kept them apart for a few months. This is when they get introduced to each other.” Read the rest

Dog steals ice cream from fellow dog


“Cooper and Daisy go through the drive up window at Mcdonalds.” Not cool, Cooper. Not cool. Read the rest

10 photos of dogs that sure do look funny floating mid-air

Pups of various breeds lurch, flop, and float through the air in German photographer Julia Christe's wonderful “Freestyle Series.”

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