He chonkin'. Read the rest
He chonkin'. Read the rest
You really need this cuteness. Read the rest
The sound this tiny little 4-week-old “pound puppy” makes when he's smacking his toof-less gums around that soaked kibble? It gives me all the squees in the world. Look at that little dude just go. Read the rest
“I was scrolling through old videos of my pup Copper, who is no longer in my possession,” says the human who captured this adorable video footage of a cute Husky pup demonstrating their hunting prowess. Read the rest
Cronch cronch cronch.
No sound, unfortunately. Would have made for some very comforting ASMR. Read the rest
Oh, that face, as the pupper looks up at his poppa. The eyes. Read the rest
Here's a sweet little sanity break for your achy-breaky brain. Read the rest
“Looks like he is howling but he was almost completely silent while he was doing this,” says Max's temporary human. Read the rest
This video of a dog groomer deftly nurturing a bond of trust with a dog who's feeling very hostile, very defensive, and very much like biting and barking -- wow, it's something to behold. Read the rest
It's hot everywhere, even in Burträsk, Sweden, where this very strange human-dog-mutant enjoys cooling down with a slice of watermelon. Read the rest
It's a real life Corgi hamster wheel! Read the rest
This morning I woke up and my Great Pyrenees of six years Nemo was no longer with me.
We were sleeping in our Volkswagen bus. Apparently, I had missed Nemo ingesting something poisonous on our last walk of the night, last night. Before bed, he threw up and acted less than happy, but then Nemo hopped into our Westy and was not really any more or less comfortable than any other night. He drank a lot of water and went to sleep. When he'd move around I knew because that lower bunk is small. It was a night like any other night.
I woke up a bit surprised, however, that Nemo'd let Pretzel and I sleep in till 7:30 am. I went over the list of stuff I needed to do today for work in my head, and then I looked back and thought "Is Nemo breathing?"
Nemo was a very special dog. I loved him very much. He spent 6 years living on a beach and then a few months driving around living on lots of beaches in a VW van. He never wanted for a thing, was always surrounded by love and had no idea that a Great Pyr is supposed to live a lot longer than 6.
Nemo was rescued by fantastic folks who supported us and loved Nemo his entire life, even after they closed up shop. Randy has been there to answer questions or to help me with Nemo's training at every turn. Living with such a large dog that is bred to be a guardian would not have been possible without that guidance. Read the rest
What a dog, living a good life. Read the rest
Wholesome content to brighten up your internet right here. Read the rest
Look at his little back leg twitch with delight. Read the rest
“Hey. Are you coming, or what?” Read the rest