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Aww, look at him having the best time! Read the rest
A beloved dog that was lost in 2007 has been found -- over one thousand miles away from home, in Pittsburgh, PA. Read the rest
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Meet Eris The Borzoi. Read the rest
You really need this cuteness. Read the rest
Felix the dog got some yogurt today and he's very excited about licking the extra smooshes off his nose. Read the rest
Who let the dogs out... and into the swimming pool? L.A. County does, as part of their third annual "Pooches in the Pool" event.
Come Monday, September 2, 2019, doggos will get the opportunity to swim (doggy paddle?) in select Los Angeles-area public pools. Little dogs can swim from 5 to 6 p.m., and big ones from 6 to 7 p.m. at these eight participating locations:
City Terrace Park - 1126 N. Hazard Ave., City Terrace Don Knabe Park - 19700 Bloomfield Ave., Cerritos El Cariso Pool - 13100 Hubbard St., Sylmar Knollwood County Club - 12040 Balboa Blvd., Granada Hills Lane Pool - 5520 W. Ave., L8, Quartz Hill Loma Alta Park - 3330 Lincoln Ave., Altadena Martin Pool - 35548 N. 92nd St. E., Littlerock Victoria Park - 419 E. M.L.K. Jr., Carson
But wait, you have to fill out a form and there are rules.
Before their pooch can jump in, dog owners will have to present current licensing and vaccination documents, and fill out a form.
There are a few rules, like there must be one handler for every two dogs and they can only be off-leash on the pool deck. Click here for a full list.
This is the final event before the pools are closed and cleaned for the season. What a terrific idea!
— Los Angeles County (@CountyofLA) August 28, 2019
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
That right there's an #irishsetter #babysitter. 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
In New Zealand, a dog walking with its human along the beach peed on $3 million worth of cocaine which washed up on the Auckland shores on Wednesday. Read the rest
Winston the French bulldog fell from a six-story building in Manhattan's Lower East Side on Friday night. Fortunately, he only sustained minimal injuries and will be just fine. Emma Heinrich was walking Winston when he ran off, raced up the stairs of a building onto the roof through an open door, and then... jumped. "He managed to break his fall perfectly on top of (a) car’s closed sunroof," Heinrich wrote on Instagram. "He crashed through it and tumbled safely into the front seat." From CNN:
"I was told by the vet initially that despite not having broken any bones, X-rays showed significant bruising to his lungs," Heinrich said.
Due to the bruising, Winston had to stay in an oxygen chamber for 36 hours to make sure that he could breathe.
Now, Winston's home and is "doing absolutely amazing," she told CNN. "He is still a little bit stiff (as to be expected), but that is quickly fading and we are seeing him start to return to his regular playful self."
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We now interrupt your regularly programmed negative news stories to bring you one with a miracle happy ending! *Winston is unenthused about being on the local news. He told me he won’t settle for anything less than @theellenshow moving forward.* . . Our Frenchie Winston got loose in the stairwell of our LES apartment building and managed to make it onto the roof. Trying to play a game of keepaway he dashed away from me and ran the length of the roof toward the front edge.