Consumer Reports has posted an article about the best dogs for retirees (not that retirees are lazy): Basset hound Bichon Cavalier King Charles spaniel French bulldog Greyhound, or the smaller whippet Maltese Papillon Poodle Pug Sporting dog (pointer, retriever, setter) Yorkie All dogs that require little exercise, although all dogs should be walked daily. We’re considering getting a Greyhound (yes, another dog) when our ancient cat dies: they’re supposed to
I had tears running down my cheeks, almost sobbing. Really. It’s based on the book of the same name by John Grogan, which I read a couple years ago. Marley and Me is about Marley, a Labrador Retriever, and his affect on the family who raise him. It’s laugh-out-loud funny, interesting, and sad. You might have to be a “dog person” to appreciate its sentiment; my wife and I enjoyed
Wally, our nine month old, 120 pound Newfoundland dog, likes to hump legs, chairs, cars… anything that will stand still for him. The breeder we got him from doesn’t want us to neuter him until he’s 18 months old due to research indicating that their growth can be disrupted due to hormone imbalance. Or something. Unfortunately, he’s at the adolescent age where he wants to mate with everything, and when
This video has probably made the rounds already, but it’s new to me. It’s work-friendly and plays just as well without sound. Someone throws a stick in a pool for the dog to fetch and then…
My son ran into our bedroom and slammed the door after some incident today. My wife immediately followed him in and discovered a puddle of piss on the carpet. Dawn: Iain, did you pee on the floor? Iain: No. The dog did it. The dog was outside. Maybe my son is getting up in the middle of the night and shitting over the living room carpet, too.