Month: October 2018

Maybe don’t watch this at work — or at least grab a few dozen cafeteria napkins before you do. Netflix is gracing the world with yet another original series, and this one is all about your furry best friend. The streaming giant recently released a trailer for its upcoming documentary series Dogs. If the name
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When someone refers to a “Pit Bull puppy,” you can probably picture a certain kind of dog in your head, but you might be interested to know that there is no such breed as “Pit Bull.” The term Pit Bull actually refers to a few different breeds, including the American Staffordshire Terrier, the American Bully, and
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Tibetan Mastiffs are longer than they are tall. By: Petful 1. Key Characteristics AKC Group: Working Height: 26–29 inches for males; 24–27 inches for females Weight: 140–170 pounds Life Expectancy: 15 years The Tibetan Mastiff is a large, athletic and powerful dog that matures slowly at around 3–5 years of age. Females typically have only 1 heat cycle
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Ashley Benson is a dog mom two times over. The Pretty Little Liars star is the pet parent to Olive and Walter, two big personalities in tiny canine packages. Benson, 28, tells PeopleTV that the two often accompany her to set. Olive in particular loves the outings and is a burgeoning sound mixer. Along with
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Yes, your cat does know his feeding schedule and your dog knows when she is usually walked — or at least our pets have an idea of how time works, says a new study from Northwestern University. According to a statement from the school, a recent study uncovered a set of neurons in the medial
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Thanksgiving’s furriest tradition just got a little cuter. The National Dog Show, which airs annually on NBC on Thanksgiving Day, recently announced that two new breeds are entering the competition starting this year. The Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen and Nederlandse Kooikerhondje will be joining the more than 2,000 canines that walk the National Dog Show ring. 
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The nose knows, especially when it comes to the people you love. Opal is a 7-month-old Australian shepherd who was born blind and deaf, reports 12 News. She was recently adopted by Forrest  and Christine Hutchings Bray from the The Double J Dog Ranch in Hauser, Idaho, and brought back to their home in Spokane, Washington.
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