dog

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.

  • Amberly Sherain
    Published 2 months ago
    Curious and Patient Husky

    Curious and Patient Husky

    This photo was taken on a fresh, after-the-snow day on February 4, 2020. My Siberian Husky endures a pose, as she patiently and curiously waits to be taken for a daily walk. No HDR was used, I was inspired to capture this shot because my Husky is in her natural habitat and looks so good in the snow, she also loves the snow, she loves playing in it and eating it too. My intention was to get a cute photo of her like this and it worked. She thoroughly enjoys a good snow day and if I could one day submit a video of how she reacts to it, the energy and fun of it could be felt. This Husky lets me know when she’s hungry, thirsty, and also when she wants to go for a walk. She’ll insist and persist until she gets what she wants and needs. She’s full of personality and attitude, and huskies are known for being comedians, so to capture any photo of my dog is a story in itself. My Siberian Husky is entertaining and funny to watch and even see through a photo, she could start her own television show. It’d be a whole lot better if she had a pack of other huskies to interact with as well. I’m also inspired to share a picture of my Siberian Husky because I know that the majority of people think Huskies are beautiful to look at and hilarious dogs to be around. My particular Siberian Husky loves people, likes smaller dogs, but doesn’t know how to respond too much to bigger dogs. She has a friend who is a bunny, she’s known that bunny for about 4 years and never preys on her, they share the same house and lurk around the house as they please…well, the bunny is limited to the master bedroom of my parents, while Shiloh my Siberian Husky, owns the whole home. This shot tells the story of one of the most lovable pets a person can have, that even they, have patience, excitement, and a will to be persistent and demanding, but all in a good way! A dog is known as mankind’s best friend, and this dog is loyal and always a happy to see you when you get home, and loving, comforting and caring when you’re not feeling so good. It tells the story that a Siberian Husky is just like having a two-year-old, except in this case, these dogs remain in their terrible twos forever. Huskies can also be mellow, let’s just say they’re the perfect balance of what makes a pet the best of all of its kind. This photo was taken with an iPhone 8 at 5:37 pm, as soon as I got back from working at a cold Amazon warehouse, I let my dog out to use the bathroom, but she was anxious to go for a walk she couldn’t hardly wait. Unfortunately, though, I wasn’t able to take her for a walk that day, but I’ll make it up to her by taking her for a 2 hour walk once again soon. This photo also captures the typical “puppy dog eyes”, so cute and innocent, it could melt the hearts of many. This is a picture of my dog, Shiloh the Siberian Husky, she will be six years old on July 4, 2020, she was born that midnight (04-04-13) in 2013 from the Christopher’s Husky Ranch in Alabama. I’m always inspired to snap photos of this goofy dog, she’s the real Goofy! One time she sneezed and said “woof!” at the same time. She’s a silly little four-legged creature. Shiloh, the Siberian Husky, who has many nicknames including “Beary”, looks up at me, saying, “Are you gonna take me for a walk? Please take me for one.”
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Keep Your Dog Healthy

    How to Keep Your Dog Healthy

    Dogs are some of the best pets you could own. They are great for cheering you up when you are down, keeping you company when you are lonely and snuggling with you on cold winter nights. Of course, you want your dog to live a long and healthy life. While the average lifespan of your dog will depend on the breed, there are several things you can do to help keep your dog healthy for years to come.
  • John Harrington
    Published 2 months ago
    NORMON A FAMILY MEMBER

    NORMON A FAMILY MEMBER

    People don’t believe me when I tell them the stories about Normon. Our Siberian Husky was so intelligent he was like a human trapped inside a dog. Husky owners understand what I talk about and the feeling of loss I have. Normon was a family member and much more than just a dog. He had a sense of humor that was amazing and would light up the entire area wherever he was. Everyone loved Normon and, he was the star when I took him to the liquor store. He became famous for the crazy things he would do there. One time I had him inside the beer cooler and he was walking behind a woman. I did not think anything of it until he gently grabbed her butt and walked behind her. I was terrified thinking there would be a police response and yelled at Normon scolding him. The woman smiled and said he is OK. There were many times like that where I found myself confused, and not knowing whether to be embarrassed or jealous. Normon had a thing for the smell of women’s hair products and certain body lotions. While my wife was aware of this, I was not, and found out one day when he went crazy for a woman while walking him. Suddenly he was on her and I found myself conflicted what to do, should I pull him off, but she liked it and opened her arms to him. She had very large breasts, and he almost popped one out as he was nuzzling her cleavage. I told her,” I did not teach him that”. She smiled and said, “Dogs learn from their masters”.
  • Stacy Crutchfield
    Published 2 months ago
    3 Puppy Introductions You Need to Make

    3 Puppy Introductions You Need to Make

    You have done the thing. You have decided to make the most adorable bundle of energy part of your family. Now it's time for the puppy introductions. Yep, you read that right. You have to show them around their new digs and let them meet the entire family. Meeting other animals is just as important. The key is to be patient and not to overwhelm them. Having a new puppy is an exciting time. Do everything in your power to make it a positive one as well.
  • Sam H Arnold
    Published 2 months ago
    Journey Home

    Journey Home

    When I was snatched away from my parents, the only thing I had time to grab, was that stupid rubber ball.
  • Amy Falk
    Published 2 months ago
    The doctor is ready to see you now.
  • Mari Brooks
    Published 2 months ago
    If You Have a Dog, You’re Already Practicing Self-Care

    If You Have a Dog, You’re Already Practicing Self-Care

    In the day-to-day life of an average adult, free time is a rare experience. We work long days. We have a lot of chores to keep up with. We’re lucky if we can even find time to relax, much less focus on what we can do for ourselves. Our well-being is often not our priority, but if you think about it for a minute,you’re actually putting in more effort than you thought you were.
  • Kevin Groome
    Published 2 months ago
    Going With Guinness

    Going With Guinness

    I can't say for sure, of course. But all the signs seem to say he's in some part of the process: no movement, no barking, no taking of water or food for hours on end.
  • Jennifer R
    Published 3 months ago
    My Ginger Bear

    My Ginger Bear

    Owning a dog is not something special for all people. I mean, almost half of Americans own a dog, but the bonds are all different. I have owned dogs since I was six years old and have developed a love for them that is hard to describe. The closest I can think to explain it is an adult wanting to be a parent. You know those people, maybe you’re one of them? Ever since you were little you dreamt of having children and it excites you to think about it all coming true and terrifies you if something should keep you from it. That’s how I feel about having dogs. I want a dog like a woman wants a baby. Laugh if you must. I’m not offended.
  • rad mad thoughts
    Published 3 months ago
    Losing a friend

    Losing a friend

    We lost a big member of our family this week. Now let me just make this clear...if you have never had a dog or ever not liked dogs then click off now because you will not understand anything that I am going to say next.
  • Yadira
    Published 3 months ago
    WE ARE FLYING

    WE ARE FLYING

    ​I Knew that having a guide dog was going to be hard work, and a lot of responsibilities. But I never realized that you could fall in love with a dog so much until I had my first guide dog Uno. A black Labrador who was very vocal about everything. She hardly barked, but the sounds that she would make almost sounded like actual words. She was not just my guide dog, but she became my baby, my little toddler. When retirement came for Uno. It was so hard, and in my circumstances, I was not able to keep her. At thirteen years old Uno was back at the school and soon was adopted by a new family. I was so attached to her, and I felt like nobody understood that she was my baby. I took care of her since I first received her. I also took care of her health for all eleven years that she was with me. It was also hard retiring her because she still wanted to guide me. She still wanted to help me around obstacles, finding the steps and the curbs for mommy. But she had gotten too slow. Like it or not, it was just that time for her retirement. I’ve missed her so much, and even till this day, I still miss her.
  • Myriah
    Published 3 months ago
    10 Reasons Why Dogs are the Best

    10 Reasons Why Dogs are the Best

    Let’s talk about man’s best friend. So many people enjoy the company dogs. Many are even obsessed with our four legged counterparts. Here are some reasons why: