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The bride doesn’t look thrilled about the wedding, but maybe it’s just because her veil is crumpled (Picture: Rooftop Film Club)If you’ve been dreaming of the day your pooch can marry his or her sweetheart, we’re happy to announce that the wait is finally over.
She is the most confident dog on a walk that you could ever witness : she runs fast, she can memorize any path or itinerary by smell and memory only and she is always positive about encounters with dogs, humans or other animals.
Adulated Egyptian vulture now a target for trophy hunters (Image: GETTY) Despite being one of the few birds capable of using tools to survive, the Egyptian vulture has little defence against the deadly hazards faced on its annual migrations.
“They [the shelter] took Sadie knowing full well that no one would adopt her there with her injuries,” says Joal Derse Dauer, a local from Muskego, Wisconsin, had been donating blankets at the shelter when she noticed Sadie’s sad eyes and instantly was drawn to her.
Megyn Kelly TODAY goes inside the security program that’s training dogs to find military-grade explosives and other threats. MSA security chairman Michael O’Neil, as well as Jackpot and Barney, two dogs who graduated from the program, join Megyn to discuss how they’re keeping us safe.