Holly The Labrador Retriever Dog

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This is Holly, the 4 year old female chocolate labrador Retriever dog from Essex, United Kingdom. Photo sent by Mark.

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December 30, 2009 at 7:51 am Leave a comment

Jimmy The Cocker Spaniel Dog

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This is Jimmy, the 2 year old Cocker Spaniel dog from Sevenoaks in Kent, United Kingdom. Photo sent by Rick.

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December 29, 2009 at 11:35 pm Leave a comment

ZsaZsa The English Bulldog

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This is ZsaZsa, the 2.5 year old female English Bulldog from Spain. Photo sent by Malcolm.

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December 29, 2009 at 10:37 pm Leave a comment

Breeding Dogs – A Tip For Our Dog

Dog breeding and dog grooming are very popular nowaday and many dog lover want to know more about various dog breeds. What is the reason behind this? Perhaps due to their fierce loyalty to their masters dogs are referred to as man’s best friend. As dogs have been disciplined around 15,000 years ago, it makes the dog […]

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December 29, 2009 at 7:43 pm Leave a comment

Hole in One for Pachyderm

Does this hole make my ass look fat?I have to admit that I’m pretty fortunate when it comes to my weight. I’ve never packed on the pounds the way some mutts do. No Wait! Watchers for this pup.

That’s probably due to a combination of good exercise, good quality food and an amazing ability to digest human snacks.

My feline sister Moose, on the other hand, is a fat ass. She eats a lot, sleeps a lot and wouldn’t chase a mouse, even it was named Sir Lancelot. That doesn’t sound like fun and it makes me wonder why she chooses to live her life this way.

Also perplexing is the decision by a baby elephant to go down the same fat ass path.

Check out where his weight management issues took the pachyderm in this report from the Mirror.

Clinging on for dear life this poor baby elephant was eventually rescued after spending three hours trapped down a manhole in Thailand.

The animal lost its footing and ended up trapped after its keepers sent the baby to work on the streets in the Ravong province.

In the end a bulldozer widened the hole so the elephant could be lifted to safety unharmed.

One experience this elephant will be hoping to forget.

I think this elephant has a good case for a lawsuit. I don’t see any orange warning cones, no signs showing a hole with an elephant falling down or ‘crime tape’ surrounding the area.

The only case against the elephant would be if he knew where the hole was, but just didn’t remember it.

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December 29, 2009 at 7:43 pm Leave a comment

Insight into evolution of great apes

The timing of molar emergence and its relation to growth and reproduction in apes is being reported by two scientists at Arizona State University’s Institute of Human Origins in the Dec. 28 online early edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). From the smallest South American monkeys to the largest African apes, the timing of molar development and eruption is closely attuned to many fundamental aspects of a primate’s biology, according to Gary Schwartz, a researcher at the Institute of Human Origins and an associate professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change in ASU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences……..

December 29, 2009 at 7:43 pm Leave a comment

Too heavy a burden to carry: Fay passes away

Bringing up from comments (thanks, Elaine) with a h/t to Brent at the KC Dog Blog

Fay, the fight bust dog whose lips were sliced off by a worthless scum dog-fighter, lost her battle for a new life. The dog was the topic of much discussion not only for her horrific man-inflicted injuries but also because she was the centerpiece of a HSUS fund-raising pitch to raise a million bucks for dogs “like” her, even though the national organization wasn’t paying a dime to care for her until bloggers pitched a bloody fit.

More information on the Mutts-n-Stuff Web site. I think perhaps Fay is in a better place, free of pain and fear, and I am so happy she knew love and caring before she died. I cannot say enough good about people like Gale, who give of their time, money and hearts to care for and heal the broken animals among us, especially those like Fay who are victims of such horrific abuse.

These volunteers and the pets they serve deserve awards, not sociopaths like Michael Vick and his brothers in slime who would do something like this to a living being.


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