With pages full of comical and charming photography of Chihuahuas tackling their many “duties” and self-appointed household roles, this engaging book makes an ideal gift for dog lovers who love seeing their favorite breed exhibit this delightful, amusing behavior.
Baker, born in Salford in 1932, has become most celebrated for her poignant, snatched documentary photographs of street life in her native city during the years of slum clearance. Dog Show 1961-1978 by Shirley Baker is published on Thursday (£14.95, Hoxton Mini Press)
When we heard about 100 Loyal Faces, a charitable project started by photographer Peta Santoro to support the Soi Dog Foundation, we jumped at the opportunity to raise awareness of her efforts. https://www.facebook.com/The100LoyalFacesProject
Every year, students and staff at schools around the country line up to have their yearbook photos taken. "It's his third year appearing in the yearbook," said Monique Chaffin, mother of 10-year-old Daegan Welch, whom Rowdy accompanies to school every day.
Looking through one book, owned by Richard Beale, from a farm in Biddenden Kent, museum staff discovered these doodles. But it wasn’t the only animal he sketched – Richard also drew this 18th century chicken wearing a pair of trousers.
According to his Facebook page, Pedro Dinis was taking his dog for a walk when saw the dog- buried up to her head.
City officials are now asking people to take in any lost dogs or cats and keep them safe until the AAC is open. Thank you as well to everyone who came out and adopted, reclaimed and picked up foster pets today.
So, throw on your matching footed pajamas, heat up some popcorn and whip out some cat and dog treats as you prepare to binge watch these seven classic pet Halloween movies.
She attended her Sydney daycare’s Book Week dressed as Thadeus the assistance dog, to raise awareness about mental health and the importance of service animals.
For the sixth birthday of his Hungarian Sheepdog Beast, Zuckerberg -- with the help of some crafty Oculus staff members -- created a 3-D-printed mini replica of his furry friend.
If you have plenty of used goods lying around your house, consider auctioning them off on eBay. While you won't get rich doing this, you could make a pretty penny and put those items to use by selling them.
When it came time to take yearbook photos for the graduating fifth-graders at Orange City Elementary School in Florida, everyone agreed that Linda, one very special service dog, deserved a moment to shine, too.
Kentucky woman Tessa Thompson Talley killed a rare black giraffe on a legal hunt in June 2017 and posted celebratory photos on Facebook, which were tweeted on June 16 with an angry message by the South Africa-based Africland website.
One of the dogs who played Duke in the commercials for Bush's Baked Beans has died. Bush's Beans issued a statement on Facebook remembering Sam, after being "overwhelmed by fan interest."
The news that Google is recording everything you do, even if you have signalled that you don’t want it to, is yet another indicator that the tech company, like many of its peers, doesn’t seem to care much for ethics.
Firefighters came to the rescue of this cat after saving it from a burning building in St Louis, Missouri. The animal was struggling to breathe after being rescued from a fire at a house on Kennerly Avenue.
A dog was left to die by its owner1:03A owner left her dog to die and after a tip-off from a neighbour the RSPCA investigated the matter.
George the therapy dog has been made redundant at Curtin University. I get nothing from this apart from the joy of making students happy.”Originally published as Uni sacks therapy dog during exams
Credit — Facebook/Nigel Williamson via StoryfulSource:AAPA CAT that spent nearly a year on the run after becoming lost during flooding in northern NSW has been reunited with its owner after surrendering to police.
Start by bending over and picking up your dog poo — known as the “downward dog position” — THEN PUT IT IN A BIN.”Local resident Julie Murden was walking past the sign, took a picture on her phone and posted it on the Dullingham Village Community Group’s Facebook page.“This funny notice has appeared on one of our footpaths.