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Dog “Hugs” His Owner As He Is Being Taken Away In An Ambulance

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A man in Argentina suffered a fall while pruning a tree. He fell six-and-a-half feet headfirst. When the emergency crews arrived, the man’s dog would not leave his owner’s side. Jesús Heuche is recovering from a head injury. His dog, Tony, did not want to let the paramedics near. Heuche said: “He thought they wanted to…

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Are You Sure You Are Their Bestfriend? 5 Facts You Might Not Know About Your Dog

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Dogs are just like us; they experience happiness, sadness, and even jealousy. Just like humans, they can easily turn from a friendly best friend to a creepy and scary creature. A group of researchers started studying 38 dogs from 16 different breeds which focused on how these dogs will behave when their pet-owners deviate their…

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Students From Istanbul Save Puppy In Well With Robotic Arm (VIDEO)

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A four month old canine took a wrong turn and fell down a 230-foot well in Istanbul’s Beykoz district. For nearly 10 days, the animal was trapped down there with no food or water in sight, and firefighters had a rough time trying to get it out to safety. Fortunately, this story has a happy…

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Cats Invited To 2017 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

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Since May 8, 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show has brought some of the most prestigious dogs to New York City for competitions in breed, junior showmanship, group, and Best In Show. The competition even inspired the 2000 comedy film Best In Show, which stars SCTV alumni Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara. When it…

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According To Researchers, Dogs Are Big Reggae Fans (VIDEO)

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Since the ’60s, reggae music has been one of the most beloved music genres out there. While it originated in Jamaica, bands such as Bedouin Soundclash, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Slightly Stoopid, and Rebelution are still continuing to spread the genre around worldwide. Researchers from the University of Glasgow and Scottish SPCA have studied…

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