It's no coincidence that a dog is a man's best friend; they're more faithful than most other animals, and more faithful than many people.
Most Dangerous Dogs, that we must be aware of
Brainy Dose Presents: The top 10 most dangerous dogs on earth dogs have been sitting next to humans for thousands of years. They are trustworthy in the end and are often referred to as the ‘best friend of man’. Most dogs are friendly, but some of them fearlessly express their fighting spirit when their hostility arises. Here is our top list of dangerous dogs from around the world.
Mr. Mystery Starts for Home
After spending almost a week at the dog show, Kathleen was more than ready to come home! She piled Mr. Mystery, Yuma, and Feather into the car and began her long drive. Any trip over an hour or two is hard on a puppy (and his tiny little bladder), so she made several stops to take him out and walk him. He walked on the lead as if he was born to it, stopping to potty as needed. Good boy! By the time she drew close to home, Kathleen was very excited about him. We customarily call each other at the end of a long drive, anyway, allowing the other person to "talk us home" so that we don't have an accident from drowsiness, but this time all she could do was tell me more about the little guy.
Conversations with a Mako
My mom named me after the Mako shark family. She could not decide between species since I have identical characteristics of both. I am incredibly fast, and I can become airborne at any moment. I am a food fanatic and never miss a meal. I am a rare breed and essentially endangered. Honestly, the resemblance is uncanny. Although Mako sharks describe me perfectly, I like to think my mom named me Mako because they are her favorite shark and I am her favorite dog.
Mr. Mystery Starts for Home
Mr. Mystery was born in the upper Midwest. I live in SW Mississippi--that's a long way for such a tiny little guy to travel! My friend Kathleen, his breeder, and I devised a plan that would make travel a little easier on him. He would leave his birthplace with his breeder and would stay with her at a five-day-long dog show that was just a few hours from her home. They would meet Kathleen there, where she would spend that time getting to know him. He would then travel several more hours to Kathleen's house, where he would stay for a week. After he had been there for several days, I would go to Kathleen's house, where I would stay and get to know him before taking him home. The trip to my house would be the longest stage, but by that time we figured he would be a first class world traveler and take the new move with ease.
The Beguiling Basenji
Can you imagine an animal that washes itself all over like a cat, trots like a racehorse, climbs onto rooftops, has a curly tail, and crows?
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KoKo’s Reflections on Puppyhood
KoKo didn’t know what to expect when she arrived at the airport, but she knew she was important. The airline employees worked late just for her arrival. But her long travel day wasn’t over yet. Another four-hour drive stood between her and her final destination. At least this leg of the journey was spent in the company of three other dogs and two humans.
A day in the life of Koopa
Hey guys! The name’s Koopa. Mom left me alone again today....not sure where she goes....but I found that thing she always has in her hand with the screen that has a dog that looks just like me on it! She’d be awfully sore if she knew I had it right now but hey what can she do if she’s not here? Squirrel! Hey squirrel get back here we have unfinished business from yesterday, dont think I forgot! Woof woof!
Doodles Are Not Pure Bred
There are a lot of popular misconceptions out there about dogs. Before I start to unravel them, let me start off by saying that this piece is not intended to shame anyone. If you believed any of these things, it's likely because that's what you were taught. As I said, they're popular misconceptions.
A Nicely Wrapped Package
Miles was awoken by the angry sounds of a large truck barreling down the street in front of his house. He rolled over, wishing they had the decency to be quiet. He had a late night. Connor, his roommate was up late, TV blaring, clacking on the computer, music blasting. He loved Connor, but the late nights were a regular thing with him. He was still in college. Miles felt like Connor had always been in college and he wasn’t sure it made for a healthy lifestyle. He was worried.
Death by Chocolate
I remember when he first came into my life. He was so young and innocent; it seemed play time was unlimited. We both saw plenty of other pets or humans before we finally met. But when we did meet, it was settled. Instant match. I have no regrets and am glad to have called him my best friend for years.
Here lies Biscuits, said the gravestone
"Here lies Biscuits, beloved pet of Andy, Sal and Mitch, alas his love of chocolate was his undoing. RIP" Poor Biscuits I thought, having accidentally uncovered the grave while clearing some overgrown shrubs in my new rental's yard.