Margaret on July 30th, 2009

Below is a video of Cesar Milan and Cotton, a cute 35 lb. dog. First time I ever heard the words “canine disarming” was this week. Cotton,  a six year old Eskimo dog was reported as having a biting problem”  🙂 And his owner after trying Cesar Milan,  and other  experts in the field, was […]

Continue reading about Canine Disarming

Margaret on July 23rd, 2009

Mandy is lucky to have escaped from an alligator and to have a brave owner who pulled her from the jaws of death. In Florida, where it is common for alligators to frequent ponds in neighbourhoods,  a 45 lb. Wheaten Terrier, was saved by its owner from becoming an alligator’s meal. David Grounds lost 2 […]

Continue reading about Gator eats man’s fingers instead of his dog

Margaret on July 23rd, 2009

Having their own luxury dog house and dressing in designer duds from Jimmy Chew and Pawda,  are Paris Hilton’s pets. All kinds of toys, and their own dogs’ “villa”, complete with beds and couches.  I can imagine the meals and the treats 🙂 17 Chihuahuas and 1 Pomeranian with names like “Prince Baby Bear” and […]

Continue reading about Dogs living a life of luxury

Margaret on July 20th, 2009

A YouTube video posted by Amelia Glynn shows Jenny a pug puppy pushing her pug dollies in a pram around Portland, Oregon. The pink pram and the pink umbrella are an amusing sight. You can watch it here:- Pug Pushing Pram on YouTube It does not look as if the pug is tied to the […]

Continue reading about Cute video of Pug

Margaret on July 13th, 2009

There is a lot of it around.  Check the newspapers any day and you will see people mixing pedigree dogs to get all kinds of crosses. To be objective, this is how different breeds were created.  At some time, different breeds were deliberately crossed to create new breeds. And there will always be some nice […]

Continue reading about Designer Dogs

Margaret on July 10th, 2009

Top news in the dog world is the tragic death of seven high priced show dogs, including the Akita, “Jersey” who was regarded as the fourth top ranked Akita in the USA. It is reported that the handler returned home after a dog show and left the dogs in her van around one o’clock  in […]

Continue reading about Tragedy of dogs dying from heat stroke

Margaret on July 6th, 2009

There are quite a few reasons why a dog might appear to chase and want to catch and bite his tail.  One could be boredom, especially for dogs in small kennels with nothing else to do.   Another could be because he gets a positive reinforcement from humans – laughter.   Fleas and ticks can usually attack […]

Continue reading about Tail signs