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From the producers of "Planet's Funniest Animals" and "Funniest Pet's and People" comes PetTube.com, a new website dedicated to pets and the people who love them. We are opening up our large library of funny animal videos to give you unlimited access to clips that have been featured on television shows and in commercials around the world. This channel is a small sample of what you will find on our site. From the producers of "Planet's Funniest Animals" and "Funniest Pet's and People" comes PetTube.com, a new website dedicated to pets and the people who love them. We are opening up our large library of funny animal videos to give you unlimited acc... <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Edit Edited by Sondra C, Bo, Desuiseiseki, Massie B. and 8 others The Labrador Retriever is the number one most popular dog for its friendly personality and cute looks! Choosing a dog breed can be difficult!
773 views / Written by Kiesha Jean Please note, none of these shots were staged. I did not put her into poses or add props. The flowers I had dried outside and I was going out to the car and noticed she had grabbed them off the porch railing. I grabbed my camera and got a quick round of pictures in before taking the flowers away from her. I didn’t actually let her eat any of them.
Canine Companions for Independence or CCi is a non-profit organization that pairs specially trained dogs with disabled humans in need of assistance with daily tasks as well as protection. The organization was started in 1975 by Bonnie Bergin. Since that time the organization has grown into a much bigger one that covers all of the United States with five regional offices each covering different parts of the country. The process for the puppy begins with its mother and father, who are chosen by CCI to be breeding dogs. Their temperament, behavior and overall health are just a few of the many factors that go into deciding which dog is right for the job! Once the puppy is born and has spent the required eight weeks with it's mother it goes to it's foster family.