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18 Weird Facts About Dogs You Probably Didn’t Know

…else you’ll find yourself heading to the hospital. Dogs Survived The Titanic Three dogs – a pair of Pomeranians and one Pekingese — survived after the Titanic sunk. There were 12 altogether and, perhaps not coincidentally, the ones that lived were all in first class. Dogs Are Beneficial To Human…

Dogs Sniff Out Corona Infections at Finnish Airport

…Paavilainen, CEO of WiseNose Ry, University of Helsinki’s DogRisk research group, the length of the work shift will depend on the dogs. “Dogs need to rest from time to time. While two dogs are working, the other two are on a break,” Paavilainen says. The dogs will mainly be sniffing…

U.S. Army Develops Augmented Reality Goggles for Military Dogs

Dogs are good critters. We’ve covered it several times, but it could always stand to be repeated. From sniffing out coronavirus infections to helping the differently abled, or just providing good old-fashioned company, dogs carry out a whole slew of valuable services. In some places, China for example, dogs are…

Gunman Shoots Dog Walker, Steals Lady Gaga’s Dogs

…Gaga’s dogs are French bulldogs. She received Miss Asia as a gift from her then-fiance, Taylor Kinney. A year later, she got Koji from the same breeder and added Gustav to her pack most recently. It was Koji and Gustav that the gunmen snatched. Do people know dogs are $50…

Can Dogs Eat Pears? Serving Suggestions, Nutrition and More

…for both people and dogs, but especially for dogs. The canned fruits have high amounts of sugar, which the digestive system of dogs can’t break down. Too much sugar can lead to obesity in dogs, as with humans. If you’re not sure about the serving size or have other questions,…

5 Awesome Explorer Dogs You Should Know

…were dogs. Taking payment in Milk Bones and scritches and, mostly, not getting their due from history. Well, today, that’s about to change. Here are five explorer dogs you should know. 5 Explorer Dogs You Should Know Bud Nelson Photo by Callum Hill on Unsplash First name Bud, last name…

Gang of Otters is Brutalizing People and Dogs in Alaska

…only make educated guesses. Considering that the otters have mostly attacked dogs, he believes they may have had a negative experience with a dog. “Most otters never display this strong a reaction to dogs or people. By and large, they are curious animals, but not typically aggressive toward people or…