I just want to bring all of them home!
These wild and unusually colored dogs have markings and patterns in their coats that you aren’t likely to forget. I know I sure won’t. Some of the markings are simply the result of some rare genetic variations, others are simply the breed. One thing is for sure, these dogs are all incredibly cute.
As long as we’re on the subject, did you know that about 7.6 million unwanted companions find their way into the nation’s animal shelters [...]
What will they think of next? [...]
Not only does the American public have all kinds of GMO food to navigate around, but now we have GMO mosquitoes to avoid. Especially for those who live in Florida, this will be quite the task. Has anyone ever tried not to get bitten in the Everglades?
As if this headline isn’t concerning enough, there are very good reasons why this plan to introduce genetically modified mosquitoes into the Florida Keys is a bad one. For instance, once they’re let loose, there is no stopping them from [...]
By Amanda WarrenDo you have any drugs on your possession?No.[Leads the young man to a makeshift tent with temporary cubicles.]Drop your daks...Pick up your balls and move them to one side...now the other... *peers searchingly*The words above might sound like they were pulled from homoerotica, a bad porn script or a black market sado-masochistic screen play. In actuality, it's been a common occurrence at Australian music festivals since cops have swept through with drug-sniffing dogs.America [...]
New evidence suggests that dogs may have been man's best friend for far longer than previously thought. The relationship we humans share with our cani... [...]
(NaturalNews) National re-legalization of marijuana is closer than it's ever been. The majority of Americans are starting to realize that cannabis is NOT an addictive, immoral and destructive drug. Americans are starting to see cannabis for what it truly is -- a harmless, useful plant... [...]
Lily DaneActivist PostKeep a close eye on your dogs: animal control agencies across the US are hitting pet owners with large fines for small violations – and some are killing the pets of those who can’t afford to pay up.CNN Money posted a disturbing article titled "Dogs Killed Over Unpaid Fines" that exposes the atrocities:In a number of cities across the country, animal control agencies are aggressively going after pet owners with big fines for small violations. Some hold people’s pe [...]
(NaturalNews) The future of cancer screening may not be in expensive, invasive tests, but simply in having dogs sniff a urine sample. In a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of The... [...]
(NaturalNews) We love our pets. Our dogs are members of the family. To many of us, they are one of the kids - the furry one. But are we as careful with what we feed our pets as what we feed our children? Frequently, ads for pet food claim that they have "real" food, but the ingredients... [...]
The early domestication of wolves by modern humans may have tipped the balance in our favor. The disappearance of the Neanderthals is often attributed... [...]
(NaturalNews) The National Vaccine Information Center has issued an alert for Texans to help stop forced vaccination and government coercion in their home state. A total of nine bills are currently pending in the Texas state legislature that threaten medical choice and fundamental... [...]
A new study has confirmed that dogs are adept at reading the emotions of their human owners. Most dog owners would agree that their canine companions ... [...]
Amanda WarrenActivist PostAn Australian motovlogger shoots dogs - with a DriftHD 1080P camera. His other armament? Treats.This postal worker comes across friendly dogs, but also plenty of vicious dogs who will bite him if they get a chance. And sometimes, those dogs get loose. He nonchalantly points to a dog who bit him in the past. He wants people to know that "posties" love dogs. What would he think of our American police state that trains officers to shoot any kind of breed? Without prompting [...]
(NaturalNews) It's often been said that the act of petting an animal can help reduce a person's stress levels, but what about having a dog sniff you to help you essentially do the same? Bizarre thought? Not so much, according to several school children and those who are advocates... [...]
(NaturalNews) After years of reports that certain China-made pet treats were sickening and killing dogs, Petco has finally decided to pull the items in question from all of their stores nationwide.The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has remained fairly quiet about the matter... [...]
A new study has revealed that household cats, unlike dogs, are likely to be only semi-domesticated. Despite sharing our homes for more than 9,000 year... [...]
(NaturalNews) Maybe you're familiar with Cybercop and Cyborg Cop TV shows and movies, maybe not. But you are most likely not familiar with cyber dogs. They're actually rescue dogs in an experimental phase of developing Cyber-Enhanced Working Dog (CEWD) technology. The purpose is to... [...]
You know what my favorite part of the day is? Break time. Work is important to me, but I’m not going to be any good at it if I slog away all day every day, running myself ragged. That’s why taking a little mindless break, or sometimes mindful break if I’m in a meditative mood, is so much fun.
This video is cute. It brought a smile to my face, I’m sure it will make you laugh too. I’ve been considering getting a set of dog shoes for my dog this winter, and I honestly [...]
Officers Feel Free to Shoot Dogs; It's Not For Lack of TrainingAmanda WarrenActivist PostWhy bother sharing stories about police shooting our pets? I hear: Aren't these just a few isolated incidents from a few bad eggs? Shouldn't people learn to keep their pets safe - it's the owners' fault. It's just incompetence and paranoia... Officers need more training to handle dogs! Pass a law for training! They shoot people too, of course they would shoot dogs... By highlighting these acts of terror you [...]
By Catherine O’Driscoll
Our dogs are in the midst of an epidemic. It’s not an epidemic of viral disease, but of chronic ill health. They’re besieged with itchy, pus-laden, scabby skin; vomit and diarrhoea are the norm. One in every hundred dogs suffers from epilepsy, and an even higher number lives with painful arthritis. Allergies are also reaching epidemic proportions: dogs are becoming allergic to life.
According to Dr Jean W Dodds, an eminent vet [...]
(NaturalNews) The ever-evolving Ebola narrative is broaching into ludicrous territory, with reports now claiming that wild dogs are going around digging up the rotting remains of deceased victims and eating their flesh in the streets. Special Ebola graveyards, where the dead are being... [...]
(NaturalNews) A Humane Society animal shelter in a New Braunfels, Texas, had to euthanize approximately 75 percent of its animals due to a distemper outbreak in the shelter. Distemper is highly contagious and very little if anything can be done about it, although maybe half of them... [...]
(NaturalNews) The debate over whether or not animals experience human-like emotions has been a subject of interest for many over the years. While skeptics insist that animals are only driven by instincts, others disagree, pointing out that all mammals share the same neural apparatus... [...]
A new type of fragrance based on the smell of male pigs has a remarkable calming effect on dogs. For dog owners whose canine companions are proving to... [...]
(NaturalNews) Tyson Foods Inc., the Springdale, Arkansas-based meat processor, announced plans to shut down three factories, in Iowa, New York and New Mexico, eliminating jobs for nearly one thousand people.All three of the factories produce processed meats like hot dogs, sausage... [...]
Facial recognition gradually portrayed as helpful, neccessary [...]
(NaturalNews) More and more vets are prescribing mind-altering psychiatric drugs for dogs they've diagnosed with depression or anxiety. These drugs come with a whole busload of side effects and warnings, including, according to the ASPCA ironically, increased anxiety.(1) Dogs who... [...]
(NaturalNews) Heart failure incidence is escalating at an alarming rate and now affects more than six million men and women in the US, a number that is expected to double over the next ten years. It is a problem caused by years of elevated blood pressure levels that put excess strain... [...]