Bond outside an abandoned barn (Picture: William Lailey/Caters)Bond was a race dog for three years before he was rescued by Greyhound Gap and then adopted by Brian and Helen.With his new owners (Picture: William Lailey/Caters)Brian and Helen usually bring Bond’s bed with them to every investigation.
Because he takes photographs all the time, with his phone as much as any other camera (the former being, to his mind, simply “a camera that makes calls”), and because great danes were bred to childlike levels of dependency, he shoots Frida constantly.
Perhaps because the star species here is more biddable and less camera-shy than the average cat, Lo’s film stays closer to its non-human heroine than Kedi did, creating a more lyrical, less anthropological study.
The pet cat in China is now famous after seemingly shedding tears into a security camera while being left home alone.Cat caught on camera crying when his owner left him home alone (Image: Douyin) The video was uploaded to Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok.
Bear (left) and Beau (right) at Christmas (Picture: Mercury Press & Media)Hollie Cummins, 30, truly adores her two pomeranian dogs , spending hundreds on providing them with the most lavish lifestyle possible.
[Top left to top right, then working down in the same order] Buster, Daisy, Ziggy, Wallie, Zac, Bonnie, Saffie, Duke, Diamond, Ruby, Kizzy Sammy, Kandy, Kiki, Lottie, Benji and Dudley (Picture: Caters News)It took almost an hour, and an entire bag of treats, to calm them down enough to pose.
Kimberly and her husband did all the work themselves (Picture: jersey.thegoldengirl/Instagram) They began by adding a door then installing electric (Picture: jersey.thegoldengirl/Instagram) Jersey even has her own mailbox (Picture: jersey.thegoldengirl/Instagram)The couple even had a custom artwork made to look just like Jersey.
Lauren Casteen Sykes, a volunteer and photographer for the organisation, told Bored Panda: ‘When Pits & Giggles reached out saying that they just brought in a Mama from the shelter that was the proudest, happy and caring little thing, we wanted to take photos to keep those precious moments.’.
The victim didn’t care about the cash or camera, they just wanted the photos of their dog (Picture: Facebook/Getty)Ready to have a little cry? The unknown writer says the man in their house robbed them, taking their cash and their DSLR camera – but they don’t care about that.
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This one is definitely our favourite (Picture: ABillionClicks/ BNPS) Prince the Boston Terrier is about to make a perfect landing (Picture: ABillionClicks/ BNPS) Holly the Staffie takes a leap of faith (Picture: ABillionClicks/ BNPS) Dexter the flying pug feels his ears flap in the breeze (Picture: ABillionClicks/ BNPS) He laid down logs in a clearing of the woods and got someone to hold the animals at one end of the pathway.
Courtesy of Victoria Schade I spend game days standing on the left edge of the field, watching the puppy action to make sure everyone is having a good time. Courtesy of Victoria Schade The Puppy Bowl shoot is busy all week, even when there’s a break in the official action on the field.
For trendy dog dads and moms, that means picking up all the hottest tech gadgets available for your pup, like the Wi-Fi-enabled PetSafe automatic pet feeder for iPhone and Android, which allows you to feed your canine from any location.
Petcube Inc., formed by three friends from the Ukraine, is poised to release a very exciting new product aimed specifically at pet parents and their pets. Petcube will help dog and cat lovers play with their pets even when they can’t be in the same room.