Posts tagged "German Shepherd Dog"

Consider the Breed

Consider the Breed
“Do dogs ever feel jealous of another breed” is a question that was asked by a reader in Connecticut. Like a German Shepherd ever wants to be a Bulldog, or a Golden Retriever yearns to have a little wiener Dachshund dog in his soul? Actually, the answer may surprise you some…Dogs do recognize other breeds.... Read more »

Labrador Retriever Most Popular Dog in America; Ten Most Popular Breeds, Trends

Labrador Retriever Most Popular Dog in America; Ten Most Popular Breeds, Trends
Here are the most popular dogs in America, at least according to American Kennel Club Registration numbers. Could this be a bit misleading? Sure, these days many people with pedigreed dogs don’t bother to register, but still this is some gauge. No surprise, for 21 years now the Labrador Retriever continues to be America’s most... Read more »

U.S. Postal Service Honors Working Dogs

U.S. Postal Service Honors Working Dogs
Here’s the press release….a nice thing, I think…USPS honoring working dogs MERRIFIELD, VA — The U.S. Postal Service celebrates the enduring partnership between dogs and people with the issuance of the 65-cent Dogs at Work set of four stamps. “We are proud to commemorate these specialized dogs on stamps,” said U.S. Postal Inspection Service Homeland... Read more »
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22 Breeds Banned in Chengdu China, Where Ferrets Are Now Tendy

Trends in China are often “interesting/” One trend, and a very expensive one – so only the elite rich can partake, are Tibetan Mastiff dogs. If you have one, it’s a sign of very elite status. Tibetan Mastiff Another trend is to clip dogs of any breed to look like wild animals, like lions or... Read more »

Mutt Strut for Community Animal Rescue Effort in Evanston

The Strut for Strays for the Community Animal Rescue Effort, held May 8, in Evanston was the 15th annual. Lots and lots of those who walked were adopted from this shelter. Click here to see and sniff the highlights:

Bark in the Park

The Anti-Cruelty Society of Chicago’s 16th Annual Bark in the Park, amazing – thousands walking with their dogs from near Montrose Beach along the Lakefront to help homeless animals. From Chicago celebrities, to a wide range of breeds and all sizes of dogs, to perhaps breaking a Guinness Book of World Record….Check out the highlights:
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