Top dogs don’t always start out that way. Sometimes being guided by a noble purpose is all it takes to rise in the ranks — whether you are a human or an actual canine. Such was the case for a German shepherd named Sgt. Rex and Megan Leavey, a young female marine. As both were assigned to a number of battlefields in the Middle East, their stars aligned as these two soul mates evolved from lost causes to high-stakes fighting duo.
The Shepherd-Lab-Husky Lab mix named Momo has a lot of brave blood flowing through her veins.The dog came to the rescue of her friends who were being chased by a bear last week-end in a park in Alberta, Canada. Read on for more on this amazing and courageous heroine dog.
We’ve come a long way, Lassie. From Ivan Petrovich Pavlov’s classical conditioning research of the early 1900s to artificial intelligence and web cams of the 21st Century — today our dogs can benefit from the advancement of technology in new and marvelous ways.
Launched in 2011, Nextdooris a private social networking service. Differing from the major social networks that appeal to large international audiences, this social media platform is set up for smaller groups, which have one area of focus in common — namely their local neighborhoods.
Those who follow Google Doodles have come to expect the unexpected from the world’s largest search engine. From birthdays of sometimes little-known historic figures to the celebration of esoteric holidays, Google invests time, money and labor into entertaining us regularly with their innovative and creative Doodles.
This is a bit of a convoluted tale about creatures that date back eons ago. With man's limited knowledge of prehistoric dinosaurs at the turn of the 19th Century, it was not surprising to learn that piecing together a triceratops' skeleton for a museum was more about guesswork than accuracy. In fact, in 1905 what was assembled to look like one was more akin to something out of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein. Paleontologist John Bell Hatcher took charge of connecting bones from a number of dinosaurs to make up one less-than-perfect replica.