Posted April 24, 2012 by Lady Bug

I was just sitting in my living room watching TV last night. I looked
over to my right to see my big dog splayed out all over the floor
snoring away. The sight of him made me laugh. It also inspired me to
share with you my finds for 13 Sleeping Dogs To Make You Chuckle:

Posted April 23, 2012 by Creature Features

Wee paws for (police) station identification? A 4-year-old, under-4-pound Toy Poodle named Mochi is the latest small dog to join Japan's elite K9 corps. Call it a true underdog story – minus Vince Vaughan and Ben Stiller.

Posted April 23, 2012 by Lady Bee

When you purchase pet insurance, the insurance company generally charges
you a premium for certain breeds of cats and dogs, as well as the age of your pet and various other criteria.  The premiums on
Rottweilers and Siamese cats must be pretty high, because their
average claims are much higher than other dogs and cats.  Today, a pet insurance
comparison website released information on the Top 10 Most
Expensive Pets based on their average insurance claims.  I already
gave away two of the 10 breeds... can you guess the others?

Posted April 23, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Many Jewish people who really consider their dog one of the family have begun to celebrate their loved one with a Bark Mitzvah.

Posted April 22, 2012 by Lady Bee

Why do people adopt certain dogs and cats?  Is it because they're
beautiful or cute?  Because they are loving and friendly?  Because they
are good with children and/or other dogs and cats?  Or because the
people simply want to take care of pets that have been rejected by
others?  The ASPCA did a survey of 1,500 dog and cat adopters from five
shelters throughout the U.S.  Here is the essence of its findings...

Posted April 22, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

From air buds to couch spuds: Dogs can now kick back, put their paws up, and veg for a few hours watching television.

Posted April 22, 2012 by John P. Barker

I don't think Arnold Schwarzenegger would use this in a movie.  Though I could be wrong...

Posted April 19, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

.... The FDA has been investigating certain dog treats made in China since
2007, but no warning was made about chicken jerky until November, 2011,
when the FDA announced that some pet owners and veterinarians had
reported dogs becoming sick with kidney failure after eating chicken
jerky treats made in China. Some had died.