Month: August 2018

It’s hard to imagine anything more adorable than a French Bulldog puppy, and even harder to comprehend how someone could treat a whole bunch of these helpless, innocent cuties so cruelly. On July 10, 28 Frenchie puppies were tightly packed into plastic crates and shipped as cargo aboard a Turkish Airlines flight from Kiev, Ukraine, to Chicago. The
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You sent us more than 10,000 pictures of your adorable rescues, along with their heart-warming adoption stories, for the World’s Cutest Rescue Dog Contest Presented by Pedigree. Big news: We’ve narrowed down this pool to 10 finalists. To read their stories and to vote for your favorite dog, visit People.com/RescueDogContest and click on the “Voting”
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The German Shepherd is the second most popular in the United States, and it is easy to see why. These pups are incredibly intelligent and capable canines ready to work. Fortunately, if you have been eying a German Shepherd pup, they are also ready to play, snuggle, and make you laugh uncontrollably at their unintentionally
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Your dog’s grain-free diet might now be the cause of possible heart disease, according to the Food and Drug Administration. The condition affecting dogs is known as dilated cardiomyopathy, a condition that weakens and enlarges the heart and which may later result in congestive heart failure. Some of the most common
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Borzois are very prey driven. By: iStock.com/bruev 1. Key Characteristics AKC Group: Hound Height: Males, 28 inches; females, 26 inches (some Borzois may be as tall as 32 inches) Weight: Males, 75–105 pounds; females, 60–90 pounds Life Expectancy: 10–14 years The Borzoi is a beautiful, intelligent and large dog similar in shape to Greyhounds and Afghan
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(Image Credit: Getty Images) Are grapes and raisins bad for your dog? The general consensus over the years has been yes, as suggested evidence has believed grapes and raisins lead to acute renal failure in canines. However, studies are beginning to believe that this is, in fact, not true. At least not entirely. A recent
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