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    Golden retriever tasting lemon


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    A playful English bulldog gets his incredibly jowly mouth blown backwards as he tries to catch the air coming from a leaf blower. The whole effect makes the elated canine look like his face has been turned inside out.


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    Skateboarding dog

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    This Ridiculously Cute Puppy Looks Like A Dog/Teddy Bear Hybrid

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    Cody the Shih Tzu Lets Out a Blood Curdling Scream Whenever His Name is Called Out


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    Why you should adopt from a pound

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    HOWELL, N.J. — A couple accused of having 276 dogs in their bi-level New Jersey home face more than 550 counts of animal cruelty.

    The Monmouth County prosecutor's office says Charlene and Joseph Handrik have been charged with 276 counts of animal cruelty for providing inhumane living conditions and 276 more for failing to get veterinary care.

    The Handriks could face fines and penalties if found guilty.

    Prosecutors say the dogs lived in deplorable conditions at the couple's home in Howell but were in relatively good health.

    The dogs were discovered June 3 after an animal control officer was called to find a dog that had gotten loose. They're being cared for at shelters.

    There's no telephone listing for the couple, who can't be reached for comment.

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    SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPPIES


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    here is my dog Potato, dont be a haterSlKQCPg.jpg

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    Meet Siberian Husky Ghost and Blue | Help us Help Huskies


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    ALL ABOUT LIVING WITH SALUKIS: THE DESERT HOUND


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    My Huskies go to New York City for PetCon


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    As many a 12-year-old boy has observed, the German shepherd is a badass dog. That's kind of their whole point. But a counterintuitive fact about the world is that, taken as a whole, cats are actually way more badass than dogs. Compare lions, panthers, and tigers to coyotes, wolves, and the large dog whose bellies you've amiably patted. There's no contest.

    For an illustration of this concept, look no further than the video above. In it, a German shepherd at the zoo gets a little fresh with a cougar behind a glass partition. The cougar then takes action, and the interaction is far more satisfying than noted movie-that-came-out-in-2001 Cats & Dogs.

    At about five seconds in, the dog seems to like his chances against the monstrous cat, but soon faces facts and spends the next minute and 55 seconds cowering as the cougar flexes on him. Thankfully, there's a pane of glass there -- but what a terrible zoo that would be if there weren't.

    Anyway, go hug your dog.



    https://www.thrillist.com/news/natio...5MsGr9VhrUXmoQ

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