Seattle’s public transit system has had a ruff go of things lately, and that has riders smiling.
You see, of the 120 million riders who used the system last year, one of them is actually a dog. Seattle’s KOMO-TV reports the 2-year-old black Labrador mix, named Eclipse, has become a regular fixture on the city’s D-Line after she figured out how to ride the bus alone to the dog park.
We’ve seen ultrasounds of human fetus’ before, but what about a dog? Have you ever seen a dog fetus?
If not, prepare to be amazed! This video by the National Geographic Channel shows us the evolution of a dog fetus inside its mother’s womb.
You can see how tiny the fetus is, and although she’s not yet fully developed, the major and vital parts can already be clearly seen. You can see her head, ears, eyes, tail, and limbs. It’s astoundingly beautiful!
Watch the video below and be amazed by this miracle of life!
Strapped with a GoPro, the Siberian Husky did a pawsitively good job.
Rather than simply walking down the aisle with their beloved 2-year-old Siberian Husky Ryder, this Tennessee couple included him in a far more integral way.
Josh and Addie Burnette decided to get married with just three days notice last November. So they decided to make Ryder their videographer, with the help of a GoPro camera.
As fascinating as nature and wildlife photography can be, there are often beautiful and unforgettable things that happen behind the lens as well. Usually, these can only be enjoyed by the photographers themselves, but occasionally, we’re lucky enough to have a second photographer on the scene to capture these special moments. These photos are some of the weirdest, funniest, scariest and most beautiful moments that we’ve ever seen behind the scenes in nature and wildlife photography.
If you’ve ever captured a special moment behind the scenes, we’d love to see it. Please share it with us by adding it to this list – and upvote your favorites, too!
Britain’s Got Talent – and a thieving border collie!
Jules and Matisse are back at it again, performing a new and awesome routine on the stage of Britain’s Got Talent.
This time she’s a police constable out to catch a notorious sausage thief. But Matisse is a clever robber and outsmarts her at every turn, from walking a tightrope to hiding in a rubbish bin! But wait until you see why he’s stealing the sausage in the first place.
And when you see the surprise ending of this video, you’ll know that ALL dogs have talent, given a loving chance. If you’re looking for a brilliant partner for lots of activities, please consider adopting a dog on http://PetFinder.my!
What happens when you put a cucumber behind a cat?
Some felines couldn’t care less about the vegetable intrusion, but others leap high into the air when they see it. Videos of such encounters are going viral this week, as people try to see how their own pets respond.
But that’s not good for the animals, experts warn.
“If you cause stress to an animal that’s probably not a good thing,” says Jill Goldman, a certified animal behaviorist in southern California. “If you do it for laughs it makes me question your humanity.”
Don’t try this at home: It’s probably not a good idea to surprise your cat, experts warn.
Half a Bulldog, twice the love!
Ever seen half a dog? Well, probably not, but you’re about to seen one. You will now meet Bonsai, the half Bulldog everyone has been talking about. An Animal rescue organization in Fort Worth, Texas, has recently received a call from a dog breeder in Arkansas telling them that he has a dog that needs immediate medical attention, the dog was 3.5 weeks old, and he was born with multiple distortions. The rescue organization instantly hit the road, and they got the dog, and went to a vet. When they did, they discovered that the adorable Bulldog had caudal regression syndrome, sacrocaudal dysgenesis, and Spina bifida. In other words, he is born with half a spine, no pelvis, and tiny, not functional hind legs, and he was also diagnosed with Swimmer Puppy Syndrome.
Over 100 puppies are being given a second chance at life as they go up for adoption at shelters across the west coast of the United States.
For them, it’s the last stop after being rescued from a dog meat farm in Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea by the Humane Society International (HSI).
A spokesperson for HSI told Global News the animals’ living conditions were deplorable, their lives often short and brutal.
“The dogs were being kept in horrific conditions, usually just wire cages above ground so they never touch the ground, fed just enough to stay alive,” Kelly O’Meara, director of HIS Companion Animals.
“And usually, the slaughter process involved some sort of electrocution.”