Links about dogs presented in somewhat random fashion:
Este cuento forma parte del audiolibro “Cuentos Ayöök” y puedes escucharlo en mixe-español
Y’ixijtp ök wyintsën / El perro cuida a su amo
Una razón más para querer a los perritos 🥰
— Kumoontun (@kumoontun) April 29, 2019
Movies: Best in Show
Who can deny the love between us and our favorite dogs? These illustrations were all found in @BioDivLibrary from digitized publications by their amazing partners in #OpenAccess who document crushes for the ages 😍 #ArchivesHistoryCrush #ArchivesHashtagParty pic.twitter.com/IZoYbxqzns
— Historical SciArt (@HistSciArt) February 7, 2020
for your convenience. i have made a list of the times. i would appreciate your attention
— Thoughts of Dog® (@dog_feelings) July 18, 2019
This is Stephan. He just wants to help. 13/10 such a good boy pic.twitter.com/DkBYaCAg2d
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) December 9, 2016
What I learned: the neighbors’ dog is not the neighbors’ dog
Why it's important: the number of times I've put the dog back in their yard
— Annie Hatfield (@HatfieldAnne) July 14, 2018
Every great athlete puts in the hours in the film room to study their own game film pic.twitter.com/cLIZ8fmKf6
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) August 21, 2018
The domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris or Canis familiaris) is a member of genus Canis (canines) that forms part of the wolf-like canids, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. The dog and the extant gray wolf are sister taxa, with modern wolves not closely related to the wolves that were first domesticated, which implies that the direct ancestor of the dog is extinct. The dog was the first domesticated species and has been selectively bred over millennia for various behaviors, sensory capabilities, and physical attributes. – Wikipedia
Invention of the modern dog – How dogs were designed and bred to create multiple varieties in the Victorian era.
Dogs – bred to be our best animal friend – Stanley Coren discusses results of the latest research into dogs’ brains and their abilities, including thoughts on how dogs became the way they are.
Dogs: not the Neanderthals best friend – Homo sapien’s ability to domesticate ancient dogs and use them in hunting may have been the tipping point in the extinction of Neanderthals.
Inside the Canine Brain: How Dogs Love Us – Do we know what dogs are really thinking? By looking inside the canine brain, can we tell if our pets truly love us?
The Genius of Dogs – A husband and wife team apply science to dogs and discover that they are more than just ‘man’s best friend.’
How one oddball dog saved Middle Island’s penguins – Allan Marsh is not your average chook farmer. He uses colourful language, has strong opinions and thinks if he can inspire just one person to challenge a bureaucrat, then he’s lived a good life. Swampy, as he likes to be called, and his old dog Oddball are also the inspiration for Shane Jacobson’s latest movie, Oddball.
What will a dog do for a tennis ball? – Would it, perhaps, do its bit to save the endangered marsupials of Australia? I mean, if it knew there was a tennis ball at the end of it?
We all know how to train a puppy. You say their name, you give them a treat. You call them, they come, you give them a treat. They sit when they’re told, you give them a treat. You do that for a few months, and you have a dog that knows simple commands. But a lot of us are guilty of failing to continue that process as our dogs mature. An ongoing program of training not only keeps your dog stimulated, but it can also help them keep up with you as your life changes. A little over a year ago, I bought a giant, lifted Land Rover. Lifting Wiley into it is a pain the ass, so in that year, I’ve taught him that “load up” means he should jump up into his designated seat. Now he knows that, and I get to cruise around with an awesome dog poking his head out the window of an awesome truck, without a sore back.
Elsewhere on the Web
Where can I walk my dog? Tweet Shire, NSW
Dogs Naturally Magazine
Calming Signals – The Art of Survival
Dogs: Strains and Sprains – Pets WebMD
Nevada, USA Dog Parks in the City of Henderson
Dog Parks in Las Vegas
Hiking with Dogs
http://www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/recreation/2015/01/07/reno-hiking-trails-dogs-author/21396949 – @ByBenSpillman
http://www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/recreation/2014/12/30/skiing-safety-dogs-lake-tahoe-backcountry/21069913 – @ByBenSpillman
Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend. Inside of a dog it’s too dark to read.
– Groucho Marx
It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.
– Mark Twain
How Dogs Forge a Bond with Rio’s Homeless That Is Life-Saving for Both
What Our Dogs Teach Us About Aging – David Dudley
Disaster Search Dog Foundation
Dog Supplies (Henderson)
2960 St Rose Pkwy Suite 170 Henderson, NevadaGet Directions(702) 901-7557
If you like saving money and you LOVE your dog, then this is the place for you! Over 3,000 unique items for your dog, all at below Internet pricing. In Lowe’s shopping plaza on corner of Eastern and St Rose, just left of Homegoods on the corner.
Has the dog been fed?
Artwork / Cue Yourself
Canine – Dog – Rescue Dog – Slow Feeder Dog Bowl