Month: May 2015

The Legend of St. Weilers: A Poem By Two Young Dogs

Two Puppy St. Weilers Play Rough We’re Beckett and Takeko, two blogging Saint-Weiler dogs ,,, When adults, we’ll be big and sleep like giant redwood logs.   We get to run when our owners go outside for a jog. Our owners think we’re as cute as English hedgehogs. We hope they don’t make us drink any sailors’ grog …   They won’t think we’re so cute when we’re lost in dense fog – or perhaps in a big city that’s congested with smog and full of noisy cars that cause a giant traffic clog. Or we jump headfirst into...

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Schnauzer Love – The Dog With a Human Brain

The Schnauzer is a German dog. They call the Standard Schnauzer a Mittelschnauzer. They are so handsome and aristocratic, a friend who has two says, that Durer painted them in the early 1500s and Rembrandt painted them in the 1600s. Schnauzers are generally black or salt and pepper and are said to be the “dog with a human brain” They are very smart, and in the video below, you can see this, as two of them find a strange bag in their house. This bag has a special scent that they know, but have not smelled for some time....

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Poodle – Emma The Supermodel Loves To Dress Up

Meet Emma the standard poodle. Emma has supermodel looks and loves to dress up and show her model style. No matter what time of year it is, she has the right outfit and the right hairstyle. Here is Emma showing off her long lean lines and her runway hairstyle. Today, Emma is on a photoshoot in this cool street. Christmas Model Emma loves Christmas time because she gets to sit on Father Christmas’ knee. And best of all, she can tell him what she wants for Christmas. Another thing Emma loves to do at Christmas is to make her...

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Why Is Tail Docking A Puppy A Really Bad Thing?

That happy wagging tail you see on a cute puppy is more than just a signal to you that the puppy is happy. A puppy’s tail is actually a vital communication tool for the adult dog it will become, and until recently, we didn’t really know what it was used for, nor did we know how it affects the animal’s entire life. Docking, the removal of all or most of a dog’s tail, usually before 14 days of age, when they supposedly don’t have all their nerves connected yet, is merely a cosmetic medical procedure except for a very,...

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Rhodesian Ridgeback, The Red Hunting Hound

The Rhodesian Ridgeback is mostly seen in the beautiful red color, known as red wheaten, but can have white markings. The red can also trend to what is known as light wheaten. Their noses are either black, or a recessive gene can make them brown. They stand around the same height as a weimaraner, 25 to 27 inches for males and 1 inch shorter for females, but they are generally more muscular than the wei. They were first shown in Britain in 1928, according to an entry in Wikipedia. An Arizona couple selected six Ridgebacks to bring to the...

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