From our friends at AL.com: Ralph, a four-year old Great Dane, is being credited with saving his family’s lives after a fire broke out in their Birmingham home in the middle of the night.
From his kennel, Ralph let out what his dad describes as a different kind of bark, which prompted dad to look out the window. The family’s BBQ grill had caught fire, and the fire was spreading to the house!
The parents were able to get their two children safely out of the house and rescue Ralph from his kennel. One of their pot-bellied pigs was rescued, but one perished in the fire.
Our condolences to the family on the loss of their belongings and their pig, and our kudos to Ralph for looking out for his family.
In the course of my travels this month, I met a man named Tim who has a Great Dane puppy in need of surgery. The little girl, named Bijou, has Persistent Right Aortic Arch and Megaesopagus, which means she has a very hard time eating. Tim has to grind up her kibble, add water, then spoon-feed her four times a day. Without surgery, the dog will likely succumb to pneumonia at some point. Tim recently lost his previous Great Dane at 9-years young. Continue reading Will You Help Great Dane Puppy Bijou Get Her Life-Changing Surgery?→
Today, I promise: no heavy stuff from the news. Only cute, cuter, and cutest! First up, check out this itty-bitty Chihuahua playing with a Great Dane.
I love that the Great Dane keeps doing a little play bow, encouraging the puppy to keep it up!