How the world's funniest-looking dog finally found a home

How the world's funniest-looking dog finally found a home

Jubilee the wide-eyed husky lay languishing unwanted in a shelter, until her carers hit on the idea of sharing her sad saga on Facebook.Anyway, Jubilee ended up at the Husky House shelter in New Jersey , where she languished for 18 months because no one wanted her.

Husky abandoned for looking ‘weird’ finally finds a home

Husky abandoned for looking ‘weird’ finally finds a home

Four-year-old husky Jubilee got a load of attention last week after New Jersey shelter Husky House posted a moving Facebook status from the dog’s perspective.

Husky dumped by breeder for looking ‘weird’ is desperately searching for a home

Husky dumped by breeder for looking ‘weird’ is desperately searching for a home

Jubilee was ditched by a breeder because of her ‘weird’ looks Picture: Husky House)Can you help Jubilee find the loving home she deserves?Jubilee is also a little shy (Picture: @HuskyHouseNJ)She cannot live with other cats but likes other dogs, and will need plenty of space for exercise.

How canines capture your heart: scientists explain puppy dog eyes

How canines capture your heart: scientists explain puppy dog eyes

The sad, imploring expression held such power over humans during 33,000 years of canine domestication that the preference for dogs that could pull off the look steered the evolution of their facial muscles, researchers have said.

Couple Adopts A Starving Stray And Watches Him Transform Into The Dog He Was Meant To Be

Couple Adopts A Starving Stray And Watches Him Transform Into The Dog He Was Meant To Be

The couple wrote that “if there was one thing in the world that Wulfgar loved more than making friends and riding in the car, though, it must have been taking naps!” If dogs feel threatened they never expose their belly, so Wulgar sleeping in this position means that he’s happy and at peace.

Everybody should have a dog – they remind us we are lucky to be alive | Arwa Mahdawi

Everybody should have a dog – they remind us we are lucky to be alive | Arwa Mahdawi

A pungent rubbish bin!) is a constant reminder that the world is full of wonders, and we are lucky to be alive. It is a constant reminder to slow down, smell the roses and find joy in small things.

Woman in debt after spending £53,000 on dying dog says she doesn't regret it

Woman in debt after spending £53,000 on dying dog says she doesn't regret it

Jodi Ekberg, from New York, US, was so desperate to help her nine-year-old Siberian Husky Frankie, who was diagnosed with multicentric lymphoma in 2015, that she racked up £20,000 in credit card and loan debts.