Liberty Belle, a 2-year-old Beagle, is trained to sniff out bedbugs.
This Hundehiet (“Dog Den” in Norwegian) sit unassumingly outside of a grocery store in Oslo, Norway.
Made by Korean pet-centric brand mPup and designed by Seungji Mun, the seating furniture features an armrest/mini-table that doubles as a comfy dog house.
It was in 1986 when Charlene Woodward saw the need for a retailer in Seattle that catered to customers looking for unusual books.
In 1961, after Disney released the film “101 Dalmatians”, and again in 1996 when they released a new live-action version of the film, there was a massive increase in the demand for the dogs.
Does this happen to you: does your pet’s empty food disk call out to you?
a box full of 4-8 goodies to enjoy.
Plenty of things will grab a dog’s attention: squirrels, tennis balls, funny smells, other dogs.
Ad agency DDB teamed up with Mexican Internet Portal Terra in an attempt to clean up the parks of Mexico City from dog droppings and other foul odored objects and materials by rewarding those who make an effort to clean up after their pets.
Professional dog walkers in San Francisco are on a shorter leash after new regulations took effect earlier this month.
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