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Hard Working Dogs! – A List Of 20 Jobs Canines Have Taken On

March 1st, 2011

Like most other dogs today, my pup’s don’t work for their meals, toys or treats (except by behaving, of course!). However, there are still many hard working dogs out there bringing home the bacon (yum!) and helping out humans every day. These canines with careers need some recognition, so I’ve compiled a list of 20 […]

Barks From The Past – 10 Extinct Dog Breeds

March 30th, 2010

When we think of man’s best friend, our minds often don’t wander to the subject of extinction. Often we’re more focused on the topic of pet overpopulation, as it is more pressing in today’s society! However, throughout time various circumstances, ranging from war to lack of practical use, have caused entire breeds to cease to […]

Dog Facts: Pets Are Part Of The Family!

March 17th, 2010

While most of us consider our pets as part of the family, did you know that 70% of owners sign their pet’s moniker on greeting and holiday cards? Also, 58% include their animals in family and holiday portrait photos! Photo by tmronin events Does your dog participate in celebrations? Do you sign all your cards […]

Dog Facts: How Many Tennis Balls Can One Dog Hold?

September 15th, 2009

I think it’s a neat trick when a dog can pick up 2 tennis balls in their mouth at the same time, but in 2003, a Golden Retriever named Augie put those dogs to shame! She set the Guinness World Record for “Most Tennis Balls Held in the Mouth” by carrying *5* tennis balls at […]

Dog Facts: Dalmatian Puppy Spots

August 25th, 2009

The Dalmatian is famous for it’s speckled coat, but did you know that pups of this breed are actually born white? That’s right, it takes a few weeks for Dalmatian puppies to “earn their spots”. Once they do, begin to show up the recognized colors for the breed’s coat are black and white or liver […]

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