After a remarkable seven-year career as a rescue dog, a British Collie named Mij has retired, leaving behind a legacy of bravery and determination. She has helped to save people from Cornwall to Scotland, and many places in between, according to her owner Iain Nicholson: . . .
It was fun in the sun for dogs and people alike on Saturday at the 8th Annual Loews Surf Dog Competition in San Diego. The heavy surf didn’t deter some 40 canine athletes, who competed in several categories. Proceeds from the event, upwards of $20,000, went to ASPCA, and there was. . .
Last week, we posted about the 2013 World’s Ugliest Dog Contest, and here’s your winner. I must say, I’m a bit mystified. Walle looks pretty cute to me, but I guess the judging criteria are beyond my understanding. Apparently, it’s the weird combination of his big head and. . .
It’s almost time to announce the winners of the latest Orvis Cover Dog Photo Contest, so I figured we’d take a look back at some past entries. But then again, who needs an excuse to look at
The videographer who shot this offers all the explanation necessary: “George the dog, in slow motion. He’s such a droopy dog, we just couldn’t help ourselves.” Lucky for us.
A great story in the New York Times describes how Bear, a 6-year-old German Shepherd Dog who works for the New York City Transit Bureau, has become the toast of the town after his bravery in helping to break up a subway fight on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Bear and his handler, Officer Vincent Tieniber, made appearances on. . .
Check out these. . .um. . .amazing? ridiculous? outrageous? examples of “extreme” dog grooming. Photographer Ren Netherland shot these images at grooming competitions in the U.S. What do you think: would you let someone do this to your. . .
Here’s a great story from Texas about a lost little dog and the Good Samaritan who saved him. Rocky the Pomeranian slipped out of Elizabeth Nunn’s home on Tuesday and was nowhere to be found. Nunn knew that there was a bobcat roaming the neighborhood, and she was. . .