BB’s giant chew toy xmas present. He will more likely use it as a pillow. Bc Couch Dog.

BB’s giant chew toy xmas present. He will more likely use it as a pillow. Bc Couch Dog.

zoeythecorgi:

These foods can be fatal to your pets! Be careful! 

zoeythecorgi:

These foods can be fatal to your pets! Be careful! 

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Duck Dynasty Poodle Episode 1 - Every Dog Has It’s Hey (by Jim Blackburn)

POODLE DOING WHAT HE WAS BRED TO DO: COLD-WATER RETRIEVING.

POODLES ARE NOT FRENCH—- THEY ARE GERMAN.

POODLES ARE NOT FRENCH—- THEY ARE GERMAN.

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thefluffingtonpost:

Dog Tries to Fetch Wrong Stick
Tragedy struck the community of Williams Grove, VA yesterday when Wilbur, a border collie puppy, accidentally tried to retrieve the wrong stick during a game of fetch.
“We usually play fetch in the park every Sunday,” explained James Corrente. “Everything was going fine, but then I guess I got too playful. I pretended to throw the stick, but really held it behind my back.”
According to eyewitness reports, Wilbur was confused at first and at spent a few moments trying to find the stick. He whirled around a couple of times and then dashed off in the direction he thought it had been thrown.
What he tried to retrieve, however, turned out to be the stick they had been playing with, but an entire tree. By the time he realized his mistake, it was too late, and he was already clamped on.
The dog, who is at home resting his jaw, is expected to make a full recovery.
Via craigfrench1.

This reminds me of That Time (which one? ha!) that BigPup tried to bring us a tree branch. Ummm thanks!

thefluffingtonpost:

Dog Tries to Fetch Wrong Stick

Tragedy struck the community of Williams Grove, VA yesterday when Wilbur, a border collie puppy, accidentally tried to retrieve the wrong stick during a game of fetch.

“We usually play fetch in the park every Sunday,” explained James Corrente. “Everything was going fine, but then I guess I got too playful. I pretended to throw the stick, but really held it behind my back.”

According to eyewitness reports, Wilbur was confused at first and at spent a few moments trying to find the stick. He whirled around a couple of times and then dashed off in the direction he thought it had been thrown.

What he tried to retrieve, however, turned out to be the stick they had been playing with, but an entire tree. By the time he realized his mistake, it was too late, and he was already clamped on.

The dog, who is at home resting his jaw, is expected to make a full recovery.

Via craigfrench1.

This reminds me of That Time (which one? ha!) that BigPup tried to bring us a tree branch. Ummm thanks!

poodls:

Come on Lacey by corbiess on Flickr.

RED STANDARD POODLE OMG.

poodls:

Come on Lacey by corbiess on Flickr.

RED STANDARD POODLE OMG.

"My dog has a pet rock."

"My dog has a pet rock."

tastefullyoffensive:

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"There, there, ugly bald puppy."

tastefullyoffensive:

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"There, there, ugly bald puppy."

poodls:

IMG_1445 by e88ccman on Flickr.

Those legs! That’s kind of the shape I’m going for with BB’s legs, except very loosely bc his hair is so thin. #awwpoorguy

poodls:

IMG_1445 by e88ccman on Flickr.

Those legs! That’s kind of the shape I’m going for with BB’s legs, except very loosely bc his hair is so thin. #awwpoorguy

gemmacorrell: Me right now.

gemmacorrell: Me right now.

poodls: Julian by EmBryPhotos on Flickr.
OMG FAAAAACE!!!

poodls: Julian by EmBryPhotos on Flickr.

OMG FAAAAACE!!!

thefluffingtonpost: Dog Finds Part-Time Work as Lion

The global recession has hit the dog community particularly hard, with unemployment currently hovering over 83%. With prospects for full-time work bleak, many puppies are turning to low-paying, part-time jobs to make ends meet.
“Most canine job growth we’re seeing is in the public sector,” said Harvard economist, Peter Kress. “Guide dogs, bomb- and drug-sniffing dogs, search and rescue dogs, etc. About the only growth area in the private sector is among therapy dogs, and even many of those are state subsidized in some way. On the whole, we’re not adding enough employment each quarter to keep up with the number of dogs looking for work.”
Employment for dogs at private companies in traditional areas like sled pulling, house guarding and cattle herding are at a 50 year low, according to Kress.
In Durham, North Carolina, one local dog has taken part-time work as a lion to make ends meet. The pup is being employed by a local acting troupe to perform at kids’ birthday parties.
“It’s not terrible work,” said Andy Gamber, a close friend of the dog. “But we’re really hoping things get better soon. He used to have a full-time job chasing mailmen, which he loved, but then the USPS laid him off.”
Via Heather Durdil.

thefluffingtonpost: Dog Finds Part-Time Work as Lion

The global recession has hit the dog community particularly hard, with unemployment currently hovering over 83%. With prospects for full-time work bleak, many puppies are turning to low-paying, part-time jobs to make ends meet.

“Most canine job growth we’re seeing is in the public sector,” said Harvard economist, Peter Kress. “Guide dogs, bomb- and drug-sniffing dogs, search and rescue dogs, etc. About the only growth area in the private sector is among therapy dogs, and even many of those are state subsidized in some way. On the whole, we’re not adding enough employment each quarter to keep up with the number of dogs looking for work.”

Employment for dogs at private companies in traditional areas like sled pulling, house guarding and cattle herding are at a 50 year low, according to Kress.

In Durham, North Carolina, one local dog has taken part-time work as a lion to make ends meet. The pup is being employed by a local acting troupe to perform at kids’ birthday parties.

“It’s not terrible work,” said Andy Gamber, a close friend of the dog. “But we’re really hoping things get better soon. He used to have a full-time job chasing mailmen, which he loved, but then the USPS laid him off.”

Via Heather Durdil.

"i need to sea a dentist; one of my canines is getting loose."

"i need to sea a dentist; one of my canines is getting loose."

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"My dog saw a cat at a drive-thru; they were equally confused."

"My dog saw a cat at a drive-thru; they were equally confused."