There’s no denying that our pets teach us many things – particularly our pooches. A new short clip has been released from Argentina, directed by Rodrigo Garcia Saiz, to speak about the effects of organ donation by exemplifying a dog’s loyalty.
Travelling by air can get stressful for many passengers, from the long lines in custom checks to waiting for the delay to be over just to board the flight home. In Charlotte Douglas International Airport, eight certified therapy pooches are on duty to welcome and de-stress travellers.
Last week, disaster struck Colombia in the form of a massive landslide that hit the Libordiana River. The landslide drowned buildings, houses and vehicles, killing over 70 people. Just four days later, a related video made waves on the internet—a local policeman risked his life and jumped into the river to save a poor pooch from drowning.
Daisy the mixed breed pooch was found by an animal control officer at the age of two months. Due to her congenital issues, she was due to be euthanised, but was rescued in time and now a happy, feisty pooch, raising awareness for animal shelters.
Last month, 331 chinchillas were seized from a couple in Waukesha, Wisconsin, as they were found to be living in "uninhabitable" conditions.
American actress Amanda Seyfried is well-known as a doting furparent to her Australian Shepherd Finn. Watch them impress The Letterman Show crowd with Finn's ability to balance seemingly anything on his head here.
Last week, Hollywood celebrity Johnny Depp's two Yorkshire Terriers were found to be illegally residing in Australia. The authorities then gave Depp 50 hours to remove his furkids from the country. Read about the dramatic incident here.
Earlier this month, PETA released yet another viral video as part of their stand against the cruel Angora fur trade in China. Watch and read about it here.
A Bulgarian stray dog named Joshua has become the first pooch in the world to be able to walk again – after his spinal cord was severed. Read about his inspiring story, and the journey this incredible dog and his vets took.
We all know the consequences of being too near a pooch when it’s shaking itself dry. In fact, researchers from Gerogia Tech have revealed that through this characteristic shake, Fido can remove up to 70 per cent of water off its coat – making it a very efficient drying method. Canismo has decided to use this shake, to create something truly special and beneficial for shelter animals.