June 30, 2010
By Diana Waldhuber
Love all those silly lolcats? Well, they say every dog has his day (but just remember the night belongs to the kitty cats) and it’s clear some dogs out there got together and came up with an answer to all the lolcats and I Can Has Cheezburger…
That’s right, there are loldogs bounding all over the place (and guaranteed to snuggle their way into your heart with all their silly shenanigans).
For your mid-week blues, we present to you I Has A Hotdog.
And, yes, loldogs are brought to you by lolcats, and they may have been around for a while, but I just discovered them, and that’s good enough for me
Enjoy your lolcat and loldog pick me up.
June 29, 2010
Our fabulously haute friends at Haute or Not Pets have reviewed these new treats for horses from the Petfour bakery.
They’re also eye candy for us (get it?), and whether you own a horse or just love the magnificent creatures, these look like the kind of treats you could pick up and take with you whether you’re going to visit horses in the country, or strolling through Central Park.
But are they any good? Read the review here and find out…
June 28, 2010
If you’re sweltering in the oppressive heat that’s crushing NYC (and other places) and there’s narry a dogitini to be found, take a break and cool off by watching my show, episode 4. It’s cool, short and fun. Perfect for half time in the World Cup game of Brazil versus Chile.
I wonder who will win?
June 25, 2010
We’re heading into the weekend (and it’s summer!)…what better way to enjoy it than to watch this adorable video of Bizkit, the sleepwalking and barking dog.
That’s right, his owner posted this on youtube for us all to enjoy. So…enjoy!
June 24, 2010
by Diana Waldhuber
Of course not. Dogs don’t need glasses, everyone knows that. But did you know that there are dog ophthamologists? There are and last month the American College of Veterinary Ophthamologists held their third annual national service dog eye exam event.
A record number of active service dogs turned up (3,200 – more than double last year’s participants). This means researchers have better information to go on for breeding, and it’s a great way to catch anything that might turn up later and harm the dog’s health or eyes.
The best thing of all? The exams were free.
Service dogs give so much in all their areas they work in, so we love to see humans giving something important back.
Read the whole article here.