We all wish we could keep our dogs with us 24 hours a day, but most of us work for bosses who insist we come to work to actually get something done other than playing with our best friends. So, how can you keep your dog entertained while you’re gone? Please note, for some of these, the entertainment value continues even after you get home. Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: Ideas for Keeping Your Dog Occupied While You’re Away
A woman brought a very limp duck into a veterinary surgeon. As she laid her pet on the table, the vet pulled out his stethoscope and listened to the bird's chest. Continue reading Friday Funny: Your Duck is Dead
With the economy tanking, many municipalities are looking to expand the role K-9s play in emergency services. We’ve all seen dogs working with police officers, looking for drugs or performing search and rescue duties. Now, the fire service has begun training dogs to work with paramedics.
Found this written on a plaque one of the vendors at Bark in the Park was selling. Continue reading Dog Rules
Next week we’ll list our top ten pet peeves about our dogs, but this week it’s the dogs’ turn. Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: Your Dog’s Pet Peeves
It seems like this week will never end! I could use a laugh – how about you? From our friends at basicjokes.com:
I got such a kick out of writing our April Fool’s Day post about Pet Health Care Reform. I’m dying to know – how far did you get before you realized it was a joke?
In honor of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, we present our list of the top ten events we think should be included if anyone decides to organize doggie olympics.
Check out the Today show’s viewers’ pets all dressed up & ready to go trick-r-treating.
They also had a segment on this morning’s show of professionally done dogs – my favorite was the princess from Shrek. I can’t find these photos online yet, but they may be up on Today‘s site by the time you read this. While you’re there, see if they have the segment where Lester Holt dressed up as Susan Boyle – it’s hysterical!
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!