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Dogs Experience Sunlight And Grass For The 1st Time

Dogs Experience Sunlight And Grass For The 1st Time
Ever wonder what an animal whose whole life has been dedicated to pharmaceutical research looks like when and if it is ever let out of a cage? Reports HuffPo: Forty male beagles raised inside a lab in Spain arrived in Los Angeles last week where they will be put up for adoption after being freed from captivity by the Beagle Freedom Project.The rescue mission is the largest yet for the group Animal Rescue Media Education (ARME). A total of 72 dogs were rescued in the effort, 32 of them having already been adopted in Europe, according to NBC Los Angeles.ARME’s Beagle Freedom Project spokesman Gary Smith said the beagles, all between ages 4 and 7, had lived in cages their entire lives. If you love dogs and can get past the cheesy music at the beginning, the video after the jump will absolutely melt your heart. (Jezebel via Anna Holmes) Related:  Dog Storiesdogs

A Dog's Seeing Eye Dog Lily is a Great Dane that has been blind since a bizarre medical condition required that she have both eyes removed. For the last 5 years, Maddison, another Great Dane, has been her sight. The two are, of course, inseparable. (via Weird Universe, Daily Record, The Sun) Doggies Before And After These are the pictures of the doggies when they were puppies and when they grew up. One thing is clear, all dogs are insanely cute when they are puppies. These are some really cute dog photos, just because you can see puppy photos and then adult dog photos. You must say, these are some really great dog news, so, we hope you are going to love it! Enjoy!

16 Pics Sleeping Puppies "If you think dogs can't count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then giving Fido only two of them." ~ Phil Pastoret Exhausted Puppy Soft by seanhfoto Handfuls of Snuggliness by Dan Toast! Dog's Life by Mikey Hennessy Sleepy Time by orclimber Photo credits: Animal Wallpapers,, The World Best Photos of Puppies,

How to Work Full Time & Crate Train a Puppy If you have made a decision to crate train your puppy, and you have a full-time job, you have made a wise decision. During the time you are away from home, a puppy that is left up to his own devices will become bored and will find any way that he sees fit to entertain himself. Not only can this scenario be dangerous, it can also be costly if he finds comfort in shredding your home furnishings. Not to mention, you may find that housebreaking your puppy is next to impossible, because he will be spending the better part of the day relieving himself wherever he chooses. Skill level: Moderately Challenging Things you need Appropriately sized crate Leash Treats Toys Stuffed animal Worn T-shirt Neighbour or dog sitter Show MoreHide Instructions The Homecoming 1 Consider bringing your new puppy into your home at the end of the workweek. Monday Morning 1 Wake up at your usual morning hour. Tips and warnings Your puppy's crate should be only large enough for him to stand up, and turn around.

Spontaneous Human Combustion Spontaneous Human Combustion Spontaneous human combustion is the alleged burning of a person's body without a readily apparent, identifiable external source of ignition. The combustion may result in simple burns and blisters to the skin, smoking, or a complete incineration of the body. The latter is the form most often recognized as SHC. There is much speculation and controversy over SHC. History of Spontaneous Human Combustion Many people believe that Spontaneous Human Combustion was first documented in such early texts as the Bible, but, scientifically speaking, these accounts are too old and secondhand to be seen as reliable evidence. Over the past 300 years, there have been more than 200 reports of persons burning to a crisp for no apparent reason. On April 9, 1744, Grace Pett, 60, an alcoholic residing in Ipswich England, was found on the floor by her daughter like "a log of wood consumed by a fire, without apparent flame." On December 5, 1966, the ashes of Dr. In the News ... ShareThis

Deformed puppy, rescued from trash, learns to walk Sometimes the only humane thing to do is to put a dog to sleep. Just three weeks ago, Erica Daniel steeled herself to take that difficult step with Harper, a small puppy in her care. Daniel, 26, fosters dogs that need serious help, and Harper had come to her in the most desperate of circumstances. On Aug. 31, a woman in Sanford, Fla., first encountered the little dog when she spotted a squirming garbage bag. “There was a man outside the Save-A-Lot selling pit-bull puppies for $50 a pop,” Daniel explained. Slideshow: How swimming, and lots of love, saved Harper the puppy’s life (on this page) The woman pressed the issue and the man opened — and gave her — the contents of the bag. That’s when Daniel, a regular at the local animal shelter, stepped in. What a difference a day can make. Harper’s rapid recovery began on that initial day with Daniel. Video: Trash bag puppy nursed back to health (on this page) “The longer she was like that, the more she stayed in that position,” Daniel said.

Funny Underwater Dog Pictures Great collection by Seth Casteel Award-winning photographer Seth Casteel has been featured on GOOD MORNING AMERICA, EXTRA, CNN WORLD REPORT, THE TODAY SHOW, JEOPARDY! and in TIME Magazine. As one of the most published pet photographers in the world, his work can be seen in hundreds of magazines, calendars, posters, books and TV shows. Seth has also had the privilege of working with and photographing a variety of celebrities including Cesar Millan, Ellen DeGeneres, Amy Smart, Denise Richards, Perez Hilton, the cast of TWILIGHT and the cast of GLEE. Buy Underwater Dogs Book from Amazon ( US | UK ) Dog