Dog Breeds Dictionary

the-plaid-princess:

When your pet adjusts their position so they can lay their head on you

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cubebreaker:

TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.

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cndycrn:

deer visits cat every morning since it was a kitten

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halcyonwaitsxvx:

janedoughxvx:

huffingtonpost:

This baby goat as won the internet and our hearts. Try not to tear up to this story when it’s paired with music in the full video with music here

just kill me and be done with it already, because this is the cutest thing i’ve ever seen! :’)

aaaaaaaah

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adoptpets:

dogjournal:

MINNESOTA PASSES THE “BEAGLE FREEDOM LAW” - Minnesota has become the first state in the U.S….to mandate that laboratory dogs and cats be adopted when the research is over.” 

The Governor of Minnesota signed the Beagle Freedom Bill into law today. The new law requires laboratories to offer up Beagles and other animals for public adoption at the conclusion of research. Thanks to the Beagle Freedom Project and other supporters, Beagles who would otherwise have been euthanized will now have a chance to be adopted. Read more from the Beagle Freedom Project:

History was made today. Minnesota has become the first state in the U.S. and first political body in the world to mandate that laboratory dogs and cats be adopted when the research is over. The once far-fetched idea that these animals deserve a life after the labs has fast become a public expectation and now is officially a law.

This law is simple, compassionate, and common-sense. If a dog or cat is used in a tax-payer funded research experiment and is healthy at its end the lab must offer them up to public adoption through a rescue organization like Beagle Freedom Project. No federal or state laws offer any protection to these animals when the research is over and the standard operating procedure for most labs was to summarily euthanize them… Until today.

There are also efforts to have similar legislation passed in other states too. Let’s hope many Beagles are adopted into wonderful homes where they can live in peace. Click here for the full story. (Photos from the Beagle Freedom Project)

That’s Shannon Keith in the top picture. She is the founder of BFP & an animal rights attorney. She does such amazing work!

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Submission

What kind of dog breed is this? Please respond soon. xoxo

Chow Chow puppies!

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Thank you for doing this.Sorry its not amazing it’s the only picture we have of him because he just would not stay still. He is around 1 year old her (give or take a few months) He wasn’t with us for very long about 6 years, not all that intelligent, we taught him to come to his name and sit for us but that was about that, Incredibly energetic, would jump around for a good hour when you first entered the house.Good with kids and to some extent other animals always wanting to play. His gums were black until he got a bit older and then they started to go pink, not sure if this is relevant though, His fur was really thick and relatively long. When stood on his hind legs he was about the same height as me (about 5’3) If there is anything else you’d need to know please let me know, I’m desperate to find out what he is so I can get one he’s the most adorable dog i’ve ever seen.

From this photo he looks like a flat coated retriever mix; and he also seems to have a similar temperament and personality to a Labrador retriever. He looks like he might be mixed with something slightly smaller…could you send me a face shot? Also what was he like when it came to wandering and chasing small animals/hunting? Did he ever do anything like that? What about playing fetch and swimming in water? I hope this helps!

fightingforanimals:

dontbreakveg:

falafel-faerie:

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babychupacabra:

lemongrabxvx:

shotsandasixstring:

ninjamooseofthemist:

ninjamooseofthemist:

tHIS GERMAN GIRL WANTED A HORSE BUT HER PARENTS SAID NO SO SHE TRAINED UP HER COW

this is important to me i need you all to see it

AWH THAT COW LOOKS SO HAPPY THO

no… actually, you are projecting human emotions onto this cow.

See how her eye is down and you can only see white? This indicates she is unsure, nervous, tense, or fearful. I know her mouth looks like a smile, but that is just the shape of a bovines mouth, she is UNCOMFORTABLE, she does not like what this girl is doing. In another photo in the article you can see this human straining to pull Luna along, yet the article says she “follows her around where ever she goes” DOESN’T FUCKING LOOK LIKE IT AT ALL.
This little girls parents wouldn’t buy her a pony so she decided to force her wants onto an innocent cow. the only “special friendship” they have is one of master and slave, it’s evident by the obvious body language I got from 2 photos. 

a cow’s back is not strong enough to comfortably hold a full grown human even sitting on them, let alone to do jumping. not to mention a cow’s legs aren’t meant to jump like that.

Are you fucking kidding me

this is literally terrible what the fuck

Cow’s are not built for riding at all. Neither are horses lol but a cow’s entire anatomy is wrong for this… why the fuck. I can only imagine this is to get in the news.

deyogee:

themadkingshandmaid:

tastefullyoffensive:

Before and After Pictures of Animals Growing Up [via]

Previously: Animals Using Other Animals as Pillows

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MICHAEL! ;_; AAAAAAAH.

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