I really hope this inspiring story will contribute to the future when all dogs – the best best friends of humankind – can live happily, peacefully and safely all around the world, especially at countries still think of them like food 😦
Dog’s are often called “man’s best friend,” but what about babies? When Chicago mother Ivette Ivens, 25, saw a French bulldog puppy that was born on the same day as her baby son Dilan, she knew it was a sign. “I saw Farley’s birth date and just knew it’s meant to be,” she told the Daily Mail.
Farley, the little bulldog pup, joined the family about five months ago and has been following around baby Dilan ever since. “I’m pretty sure Dilan thinks they’re both the same species, as they walk at the same level and are both going through the stage of chewing on everything.”
“I saw Farley’s birth date and just knew it’s meant to be”
Photographer Amanda Jones has been photographing dogs for twenty years. The Massachusetts resident was inspired to put together this collection of dog portraits, Dog Years: Faithful Friends Then & Now, by her dachshund, Lily, who passed away during the making of the book. The book features before and after photos of numerous breeds along with comments from their owners.
“Some don’t seem to age at all, yet others show the signs quite openly in their eyes, their jowls, and their gray hair,” Jones told the Daily Mail. “It is this semblance of ourselves and our souls in their eyes that gives us such a deep connection with dogs. One thing that remains constant is the love people and dogs have for each other. That does not change, no matter how many dog years go by.”
Fred: 2 years & 10 years
Maddy: 5 years & 10 years
Lily: 8 months & 15 years
Copper: 3 years & 10 years
Maddie and Ellie: 7 and 6 years & 14 and 13 years
Rufus: 6 months & 13 years
Kayden and Brodie: 11 months and 5 years & 7 and 12 years
Abigale: 4 months & 8 years
Poppy: 1 year & 7 years
Sydney and Savannah: 16 and 5 months & 10 and 9 years
Audrey: 3 years & 12 years
Briscoe: 1 year & 10 years
1. This little dude who is just begging for all the puppy kisses.
2.And this wide-eyed cutie who has the sweetest little Golden Retriever face.
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1. “I’m so glad you started recycling.”
2. “I have, like, 50 best friends.”
Her owner is using the power of adorable photos to spread a positive message and promote the adoption of animals with disabilities.
Meet Daisy, an adopted mutt with quite the inspiring story. Despite a prominent underbite and a congenital deformity, she’s proving that animals with special needs are still able to live lives full of love and happiness.
Owner of two goofy young golden retrievers named Colby and Bleu, spent 9 months recording videos of the goofballs as they race around the kitchen corner to get to their feed bowls. The dogs grow bigger and bigger, but their funny race never changes, with the one on the left always almost hitting the counter (except for when he does).
Check their super cute video!