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Stop HOGging the camera! Piglet plays a game of chase with three dogs in their garden as if it were one of them

Stop HOGging the camera! Piglet plays a game of chase with three dogs in their garden as if it were one of them But being a different species is no obstacle for Olive as she frolics with her pals, British bulldog Tilly, Boston terrier Alfie and French bulldog Lola. She chases them all around the […]

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Photos: Dogs Decked Out In Their Best Halloween Costumes: LAist – LAist

Photos: Dogs Decked Out In Their Best Halloween Costumes: LAist – LAist LAistPhotos: Dogs Decked Out In Their Best Halloween Costumes: LAistLAistThe Haute Dog Howl'oween parade gives pet owners the chance to dress up their dogs and parade them around in all their Halloween finery. The latest … and more » Continue reading at laist.com Dad-of-two finds […]

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Paws for Causes fun for dogs and their owners

Paws for Causes fun for dogs and their owners Finishing third were the team of Lida Bard-Allenby, her husband, Brian Allenby, and her mother, Lida Bard, with Jack Russell mix Maisy, Boston Terrier Olivia Rose and Chinese Crested Marvel Anne. The new movie “Trolls” inspired their brightly colored … Continue reading at aikenstandard.com Tiny dog […]

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Shetland Sheepdogs Love Their Playtime

The Shetland Sheepdog is classified in the AKC Herding Group, which means that it is an intelligent, athletic dog. Though smaller in size, measure just 12 to 16 inches at the shoulder, the Shetland Sheepdog, or Sheltie, has as much energy as many dogs two or three times its size. Shelties need lots of exercise […]

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South Coast dogs prove their worth – South Coast Herald

South Coast dogs prove their worth – South Coast Herald South Coast HeraldSouth Coast dogs prove their worthSouth Coast HeraldGaby and border collie KT also placed third in one of their classes. Karen Salhus and schipperke Kajun achieved third place and Bernice Smit and Shetland sheepdog, Mindy, must be commended for achieving a first, second […]

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This couple let their dog film their winter wonderland wedding

This couple let their dog film their winter wonderland wedding That is, until Addie and Marshall Burnette eloped to Roan Mountain in Tennessee in November 2014, where their Siberian Husky, Ryder, served as their videographer. SEE ALSO: These fashion-forward Insta-famous animals are actually more chic than us “We … Continue reading at aol.com Siberian Husky […]

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Can humans get norovirus from their dogs?

Human norovirus may infect our canine companions, according to research published online April 1 in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology, a publication of the American Society for Microbiology. That raises the possibility of dog-to-human transmission, said first author Sarah Caddy, VetMB, PhD, MRCVS, a veterinarian and PhD student at the University of Cambridge, and Imperial […]

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Why people let their dogs defecate in public, and don’t clean up after them

Generally, Western societies maintain high standards of everyday hygiene. When it comes to man’s best friend, however, it seems we turn a blind eye! New research published in Environmental Sociology this month explores the reasons behind this relaxed attitude to canine excrement and the strategies employed by dog-owners to deal with it. The author of […]

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Humans and their pet dogs: Shared cancers, shared hope

In human medicine a gold standard of diagnosis and prognosis for numerous cancers has involved cytogenetic (linking the study of genetic inheritance with the study of cell structure) assessment of the tumor cells. Within the past few years scientists have demonstrated that characteristic cytogenetic changes associated with human cancers are shared in corresponding canine cancers. […]

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Is your dog “typical” for their breed……?

by Ben Adamson Question by Ava Girl: Is your dog “typical” for their breed……? Breeds are known for certain types of behaviors, certain things they excel at, a certain look, etc. Does your dog “fit” their breed? or are they an odd ball? How so? If you have a mix, does your dog have any […]

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