Dog Breeds

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10 Funny Dog Faces to Make You Laugh

Here's a list of 10 hilarious dogs that obviously enjoy being silly. Their funny faces are worth a million, so sit back and enjoy. 1. Is this a kangaroo or a dog? 2. It's totally fine, I can catch this! 3. Can you fit another one? 4. I'm not scared. I just need a cuddle... 5. This was supposed to be a picture of the beautiful sky... 6. How long until the perfect shot. I'm bored and no, I can't make a funny dog face! 7. That's not daddy, this is the neighbour?! 8. Inflatable dog. They sell them in Tesco. 9. Not so funny, just too cute... 10. This yoga classes seem to be working See more funny dog faces that even people make.

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This Belfast Bar is Hosting a Doggy Fair

The Dirty Onion, a popular Belfast bar, is hosting a special doggy event, Pooch Social at the end of the month with all proceeds going to a dog charity. All dog owners are invited to come along with their beloved dogs and enjoy street food, live music and even a very special doggy fair. The event will take place on 30th July between 2-5pm The aim is to raise funds for Lucy's Trust, a dedicated charity in Northern Ireland helping dogs in greatest need of rescue space, mainly ex-working dogs, staffies and behavioural cases, and those in need of long-term vet treatment. If you live in the area or you're planning a trip to Belfast in the end of the month, more details below. The Dirty Onion website

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13 Dog & Babies That Will Melt Your Heart

Words are not needed here. If you're feeling down, just look at these amazing 13 pairs of tiny babies and their cutest four-legged friends, and life will be beautiful again. Enjoy! 1. Perfect trio! 2. And here's a quartet 3. "Your kisses make me giggle" 4. "Sleep tight my angel!"   5. "One day I'll be bigger than you. Or will I?" 6. "You have a funny face!" 7. "Sleep like a baby" 8. "We're two handsome gentlemen! Watch out, ladies!" 9. Dog: "Daddy is coming!" Baby: "No he's my daddy!" Dog: "He was only my daddy before you popped out from somewhere!" 10. "You smell like flowers!" 11. "OK, I can be a horse this time..." 12. "She's smaller than my head... Am I too big?" 13. "First the cat, now - this..."

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Dog Breeds: Which Ones Make the Most Loyal Pets?

Are you looking for loyalty from your canine companion? Aren’t we all? In general, most dogs make great friends, but there are certain breeds of dogs that are very loyal indeed. Let’s take a look at some of them… The Beagle Beagles were used for hunting rabbits in the 18th Century. ‘Beagle’ means small in Old English, hence the breed’s name. The dogs have a balanced temper and nature and are rarely aggressive or timid. A properly trained Beagle will be very loyal indeed and can become very attached to its owner. The Boxer Boxers were originally used as hunting dogs for wild game. They have powerful jaws to assist in such practices. The breed is energetic, very loyal and it loves the outdoors. They can be cautious about strangers, and this makes them good watchdogs. The German Shepher…

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How Celebrities Spoil Their Dogs

We wouldn’t mind being a dog owned by a celebrity. Some stars are so mutt-mad they go to great lengths to ensure their pooch is perfectly pampered all the time. Paris Hilton Ask anyone to name a celebrity known for spoiling her dog and chances are most people will say, Paris Hilton. In the 90s, she gained a reputation for carrying her small dogs around with her in top-of-the-range handbags. Her dog Tinkerbell reputedly had her own little mansion, furniture, chandeliers and spiral staircases included. These days, Paris admits to owning seventeen dogs. Do you think she is the one who walks them all? Leona Helmsley The former hotel magnate is very famous for her will. When she died, she left her dog Trouble $12 million in her will to ensure the dog could continue to live in the w…

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The Biggest Dog in the World

Meet Freddy, who's officially the biggest dog in the world. He was awarded his Guinness World Record in 2016 with the jaw-dropping height of 7 feet 6 inches which makes him the tallest dog in the world. He weights over 200 pounds (90kgs). Freddy is from Essex and lives with his mum Claire Stoneman, her children and his sister, Fluer. When Claire took him home 7 years ago she knew he's going to be big as a typical Great Dane, but never ever imagined he'd be a record breaker. Claire’s days now consist of long walks and super sized meal prep for her two fur-babies. They eat enormous amount of chicken and peanut butter toasts. She says that her grocery shopping goes up to £12,000 per year. You can follow Freddy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.   T…

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NYC Banned Large Dogs from the Subway Unless They “Fit into a Bag”. And That’s How New Yorkers Reacted

Dare to challenge some of the most creative citizens in the world? New York City decided to implement policies to ban large dogs from the subway system and dog parents took things into their own hands. Challenge accepted! We came across this hilarious collection of photos of how dog owners are following the bizarre rule to fit their dog into a bag. Funnily, the rule doesn't say anything about the dog's weight or size, so all these people are actually not breaking the law. Enjoy!

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Breed in the Spotlight: Golden Retriever

Britain's favourite dog breed, Golden Retriever is one of the sweetest, easy to train and loyal dogs you could possibly ask for. Unlike many other breeds, Goldens are natural at wanting to please you and being obedient. Here's what you need to know. The Golden Retriever is a sturdy, medium-large sized dog. They are a popular pet choice in the UK, thanks to their nice natures and easy ability to train. They are also loyal and affectionate. The dogs were originally bred for game retrieval, and are still used extensively in this way. The Golden Retriever is a popular choice for guide dog use, and they are good at detecting bombs. Physical characteristics Golden retrievers are medium to large sized dogs. Their heads are well-proportioned, and they have strong muzzles. They have nicely fo…

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The Seven Healthiest Dog Breeds

What are the healthiest dog breeds? We can’t say with 100 percent accuracy, but some breeds seem less inclined to genetic conditions, skin and coat problems, certain diseases than others. Australian Cattle Dogs One Australian cattle dog lived to the grand old age of 29, setting the world record for the longest living dog. The breed, in general, tends to be healthy. Bichon Frise Pronounced, BEE-shon Free-zay, this little dog is a sturdy beast who loves human company. They are easy to train and good with other pets and children. The dog can be very sensitive to flea bites and prone to cataracts and epilepsy, but it is a long-living breed – up to 15 years. Border Collies The Border Collie was bred to work, and it’s an energetic dog, known for its ability to mesmerise cattle with its sta…

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What Every Future French Bulldog Owner Should Know

So, you’re interested in getting a french bulldog puppy? They’re overwhelmingly cute, trendy and a pleasure to have around. But before you commit to spending a few hundred (even thousand!) pounds on a sweet frenchie, here’s what you need to know: 1. French bulldogs are stubborn Pulling on a leash, ignoring you when he doesn’t want to get off the sofa, hiding to not go out in the rain are only a few things you’ll have to get used to. They’re famous for their stubbornness, so training might be challenging. 2. French bulldogs shed They’ve got short silky coat that’s easy to maintain, but some people wrongly assume they don’t shed. Well, they do and you’ll have short sticky hair everywhere. 3. They’re very lazy If you’re looking for a running buddy, please don’t get a frenchie. French bu…