Top 5 Trending Dog Stories – October 7th, 2019
top 5 dog stories

Top 5 Trending Dog Stories – October 7th, 2019

Check Out these Top 5 Dog Articles for October 7th, 2019

http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZQ32byeUnV6nORW4MVKr3WvzEhuSvaGjMAuobPJLu9h7Tf6RVXQ_lNgaR9dviMFB8gVSKfQit7uDm2KdLcR_SAxAXUHXyry0DNxYP8XhXEFqAEYk3xG5LAFRQCBg2cg6i34rjO2QKMVuw--4 October 2019 at 2:14pm ‘Britain’s Loneliest Dog’ to spend 1000th night in Bath kennels No prospective adopters have taken interest in Faith in nearly 3 years Credit: RSPCA Three-year-old Faith has been dubbed Britain’s loneliest dog, as she prepares to spend her 1000th day in kennels in Bath. Staffie Faith has been in Bath’s RSPCA kennels for almost three years, with potential adopters showing no interest in taking her home so far. The pooch was found dodging traffic in the city in 2017 by actor Anthony Head and his wife Sarah Fisher, and has been in Bath Cats & Dogs Home ever since. After spending most of her life in the shelter, staff are using the RSPCA’s ‘Adoptober’ campaign to try and find Faith her forever home. Actor Anthony Head found Faith running in traffic in Bath in 2017 Credit: PA Images Poor Faith is constantly overlooked because she’s a brindle Staffie and struggles around other dogs. But she’s a beautiful girl and all of the staff here love her. ‘Britain’s Loneliest Dog’ to spend 1000th night in Bath kennels | West Country – ITV News

http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZRSoYgI4vVQS3CK86sQ2jMx4cJt_EixWVwveZdyyTbqERQEIzl65Ks.tPlnwqsKrCbAZxp4pw07rgsWM.zXVGTQitHmUNdDVCJMc1qzDychg3HS3p9Cs2gs5rFTW6vxGULQSEx38VJyVQ--Future Service Dog ‘Captain’ Joins Capitals as Team Service Dog” data-author=”Washington Capitals” data-url=”/capitals/news/future-service-dog-captain-joins-capitals-as-team-service-dog/c-309782450″ data-primary-keyword=”” data-game-id=””> Future Service Dog ‘Captain’ Joins Capitals as Team Service Dog Capitals partnered with America’s VetDogs to train Captain by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com The Washington Capitals announced today the organization has partnered with America’s VetDogs, a New York based non-profit that provides service dogs to veterans and first responders with disabilities, to train a future service dog. Captain, a 10-week-old male yellow Labrador, will undergo basic training and socialization with the Capitals staff, players and public for the next 14-16 months. The Capitals will host Captain in the front office, at community events, practices and select home games to assist in raising Captain to be a confident and calm future service dog. Fans can follow Captain on Instagram and Twitter @CapsPup to stay up to date on his training and local appearances. Video: Meet the Caps Pup, Captain! Future Service Dog ‘Captain’ Joins Capitals as Team Service Dog | NHL.com

http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZTXEm.9gWlSo6oAZfhA9veNqS9lTQ8vt5pAjlqjBhw74gcHHEYGRQn20D2RvWaGCWvQJZJ9SEfbez95WWLSc_0goD430iKZAEpCHouTwoNpZX9sLJurco9UsovSr3jWsknDP_DXsUUKbw--Advertisement Why is your dog so aggressive? The answer is largely in its DNA Dogs’ behaviours are largely influenced by genetic factors inherited from their parents, according to new research. (Nancy Guth / Pexels) @flanaganryan Published Sunday, October 6, 2019 11:14AM EDT TORONTO — Dog owners, take note: If you’re fed up with your pet’s personality, there may not be much you can do about it. A new study confirms something many people have long suspected, namely that canine behaviours are largely based on the animals’ genetic makeup. Researchers at four American universities analyzed genetic information and behaviour logs for 14,000 dogs from 101 breeds and determined that 60 to 70 per cent of the differences in personality traits between breeds can be explained by the genes they inherited from their parents. Genetics were found to contribute most strongly to traits such as trainability, aggression toward strangers and attention-seeking. Why is your dog so aggressive? The answer is largely in its DNA

 

http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZSvmJKugzHb_f4zAMZSmc0TQLFkKqBtCeUIGf3I1RyjwU6MMsAPboAxM0tfslvDMAQmjn9cns5iq3RRuK1aq6v__FFQeQcsQoaNXP.9fNiG1j_JZmKt.jQ.uiMnSUYdfTU-Many say mutt or mongrel, but in the Northern Territory mixed breeds and desert dogs are lovingly deemed Darwin specials. Key points: Mixed-breed dogs are known for being robust, sociable, and well-behaved The predominant breeds usually reflect the history of their use in a region, e.g. greyhound-cross dogs are able to chase kangaroos An animal management expert thinks Darwin specials and camp dogs are popular because they are so unique Radiating in black, brown, brindle and sandy with tongues hanging out and a manic tail wag, Darwin specials are bestsellers in the Top End. Paws Darwin shelter manager Reagan Butler said people who do came looking for the latest addition to their family regularly “melted” for a special. “Most of our dogs are Darwin specials, these mixes are based on the types of popular breeds in the area — including wolfhounds, staffies and bull arabs,” she said. Camp dogs and Darwin specials: Why Top End bitzers are better than the rest

https://www.popsugar.com/pets/piglet-pink-puppy-who-is-blind-deaf-46720087Dear reader, I’d like you to take your phone, click Instagram, hit the search button, and type in pinkpigletpuppy. Then, you’re going to slam that “Follow” button harder than you’ve ever slammed before, and you can thank me later. I’d like to introduce you to my new favorite Instagram follow and soon to be your favorite follow: Piglet the pink puppy. Piglet is blind and deaf, and he’s on a mission to inspire kids to embrace what makes them unique. He’s a double dapple Dachshund Chihuahua mix and was born blind and deaf with 37 other puppies in a hoarding situation. Piglet and his owner Melissa are animal welfare advocates and make it their mission to spread the message of the “severe consequences of double dapple breeding,” which happens when two dapple Dachshunds mate. This Precious Pink Puppy Is Blind and Deaf and Helping Kids to Overcome Challenges

 

 

 

 

Leave a Reply

Close Menu