I know this isn’t strictly dog-related, but it’s too awesome a video not to share!
A little girl was watching a lion try to eat his breakfast at the Wellington Zoo in New Zealand. The lion, Malik, who is apparently prone to mood swings, showed the little girl exactly what he thought of her interruption. Watch the video for three-year-old Sophia Walker’s reaction (or lack thereof) to the huge, grumpy lion:
Many people talk about having a dog’s life – thinking it’s no more complicated than eating, sleeping, and taking the occasional trip outside to the bathroom. But is it really such an easy life? Think of all the things your dog has to remember on a daily basis!
Continue reading A Dog’s Life: Easy or Hard
In a recent survey, dogs of various breeds were asked about changing lightbulbs. The results were hermetically sealed inside a mayonnaise jar on Funk & Wagnall’s back porch, but this intrepid reporter has gained access. The dogs’ answers, shown below, may or may not surprise you. Continue reading How Many Dogs Does It Take to Change a Lightbulb?
Last week, we gave you the top half of the list of reasons why dogs are better than kids. Below is the conclusion of the same list.
Continue reading Tuesday’s Top Ten: Why Dogs are Better Than Kids – Part II
My brother sent me these – there were lots more, but I picked out the relevant ones.
Continue reading Funny Friday: Dog Pictures to Make You Smile
Thanks to my sister for sending along this entirely sexist tidbit!
Continue reading Why Some Men Have Dogs Rather Than Wives
Another video from my favorite brother!
Release The Hounds!
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
Did a little surfing on YouTube today, and came up with my picks for the top 10 dog-related videos on their site. Feel free to nominate more!
Continue reading Tuesday’s Top Ten: YouTube Dog Videos
So we pull into the gas station this evening and look at the car parked next to us. In the back seat is this huge white dog wearing shades! I tried to get his attention, but he had his eyes on his driver, who was in the pizza shop next door.
Continue reading I wear my sunglasses at night!
My new book is published! I put together a book of tips all prospective dog guardians should read before bringing home a new puppy or even a grown dog. Everything from the fact that they pee on or chew up all of your possessions to the fact that some day you will have to put them down. The book features 126 pages and over 100 full-color photographs, and is available only online.
As a doggies.com blog reader, you can purchase this book at a $2 discount by using the discount code HW5UFEP4 at this website.
After you read it, please let me know your opinion!
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog.