Pinterest A dog dressed as a tarantula for the 2016 Halloween dogs parade in Tompkins Square Park, New York. The Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade in New York is about to enjoy its 28th year, and features hundreds of dogs in elaborate costumes with props.
A new report claims that military dogs are being put down when they are no longer fit for service before they are even given the chance to become pets.
Mack further reports that since Nick had been taught in school what to do during a fire, he covered his nose and mouth and with Ace by his side, exited the house and called 911 and his mother.
(Picture: Ethan Allen Residence/SWNS.COM)Boy wore a collar and bow tie and ate dog treats during the vows as 80 guests, most of whom were residents at the home, cheered them on.
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.
Thinking about you and sending love." Other fans commented about the loss of their own pets, posting broken heart emojis and paw prints and sharing the pain with Pink as she says goodbye to her four-legged friend.
Employees at the no-kill sanctuary, which specializes in rehabilitating cats with special needs, decided to post pictures of Lauerman taking catnaps with his furry friends on Facebook, and the post is melting hearts everywhere.
Benny has only been skating for a year, and he’s already nailing it (Picture: Rick Vierkandt / SWNS.com)So far he can do turns, crossovers, and bunnyhops. He’s been trained by Cheryl, a retired ice-skating coach (Picture: Cheryl Del Sangro / SWNS.com)‘We took some dog boots and old blades and we glued them together.
On December 20th, workers at a San Francisco recycling facility found a small, badly hurt puppy, reports CBS News. According to San Francisco Animal Care and Control, Gem was found on a conveyer belt at a dump surrounded by bottles, cans and other recyclables.
A sniffer dog helped detect 4,500 kilos of cocaine worth more than £450 million last year at one UK airport. Sniffer dog Honey works in the baggage hall area at London Gatwick Airport’s south terminal (Photo: Mirrorpix)The unit seized 4,000 kilos (four tonnes) of the drug since April alone.
But as Cuoco's "Big Bang Theory" co-star Johnny Galecki — whom she once dated and is married to on the show — revealed on "The Late Late Show" Thursday, there was one tiny glitch.
(Picture: PA Real Life)Nicole said: ‘The dogs are very rewarding and I love supporting our volunteer families.
(Picture: Tim Auer / Caters News)If you’re having a bad day, don’t worry, we’re about to make things a little better. (Picture: Tim Auer / Caters News) (Picture: Tim Auer / Caters News) (Picture: Tim Auer / Caters News)
(Picture: RSPCA)Who could see that happy little face and not want to take four-year-old lurcher, Blue, home? Since then, he’s seen 49 kennel-mates taken to their fur-ever homes before him, and only one person has shown an interest in adopting him since November last year (and this unfortunately fell through).
(Picture: AP)Although some pugs struggled to compete the 50 metres in under 40 seconds and others got adorably distracted and ran the wrong way, Emma flew across the finishing line.
Dog news: Warning after greedy pooch swallows EIGHT-INCH metal skewer VETS have performed life-saving surgery on a dog which swallowed an eight-inch metal skewer along with a chicken kebab.
April the Giraffe is pregnant again! April the Giraffe became an internet sensation last year when millions of viewers tuned in to live-stream the birth of her son, Tajiri.
Meet the vets using cutting-edge technology to save dogs with heart disease copied! A shocking 8 million dogs are diagnosed with heart disease every year, either from birth or developed later in life. But now, a group of veterinarians are using cutting-edge technology to save our four-legged companions.
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.
Twenty-six year old Army Spc. Zach Mcintyre rescued a puppy while serving in Afghanistan. But in some ways, the dog saved him as well, providing crucial emotional support through difficult times. Now, the pair reunites in a heartfelt moment.