Crazy Yorkie tries to attack Doberman
  • 11.03.2023
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Crazy Yorkie tries to Attack Doberman Crazy Yorkie tries to attack Doberman When a Doberman tries to attack a Yorkie, it is not unusual for the owners of the dogs to try to stop them from fighting. They usually try to use their bodies to separate the dogs or spray them with water to break them up and get them to calm down. Dobermans are a breed that is often feared and misunderstood by many people, especially those who do not have experience owning one. Their large and impressive appearance can give some people the idea that they are dangerous. The reality is that they are very friendly and loving pets. They are also incredibly intelligent and very trainable. They make excellent family pets as long as they are socialized from a young age and are well-mannered. Protective of their Owners Dobermans were bred to work as guard dogs and have a strong sense of personal protection. They are also very loyal and will defend their owners to the death if they feel threatened or are in danger. They are very good with children and typically get along with other small dogs, though they may be scared of larger breeds if they have not been raised with them from a young age. They can be a bit skittish around strangers, but will normally warm up to them after a short time. This is because they have a very intense loyalty to their owners and will protect them to the death.

The World's Safest Newborn Baby! Protected By Wolves!
  • 07.03.2023
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The World's Safest Newborn Baby.Protected By Wolves The World's Safest Newborn Baby.Protected By Wolves A newborn wolf pup is born with only one pound of weight and closed eyes, and by the time it's ready to come out, it weighs about two pounds. It grows very quickly and can waddle by the time it is six weeks old, although wolves typically stay in their dens for about 63 days. This isn't the first wolf-baby adoption, but it does stand out in a crowd because it's not your typical pet – wolf pups live in packs, and wolves can't just "walk out" into the wild. They have to go through the process of forming a pack, which is a complex social and behavioral challenge. It's also a wolf-baby adoption that entails a bit of science. Using genetic testing, researchers at the Wildlife Science Center in Minnesota and the University of Minnesota's Veterinary Medical Laboratory found that a handful of lupine pups exhibited several human-like characteristics including hand-feeding and sleeping in their parent's bed. These puppies were raised in a human environment starting only days after their birth, demonstrating that wolves can learn from and interact with humans. A wolf-baby adoption is not only fun and educational, but it's a great way to help save this species that has been decimated by humans for centuries. Your purchase will support the Zoo's efforts to expand its American Red Wolf breeding facilities and advance wolf restoration efforts in the wild.

Yorkie Keeps 3 Year Old Safe After Getting Lost in Missouri Cornfield Overnight
  • 05.03.2023
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Yorkie Keeps 3 Year Old Safe After Getting Lost in a Cornfield Overnight When a 3-year-old girl got lost in a Missouri cornfield overnight, she didn't have to be alone. Her dog stayed by her side, helping police and volunteers find her. Three-year-old Remy Elliott disappeared from her Qulin, Missouri, home Thursday evening, KFVS reports. A massive search involving aircraft, law enforcement and volunteer searchers took place. The search lasted almost 12 hours, according to KFVS, but the little girl was found in the field Friday morning. Her tiny Yorkshire terrier, Fat Heath, was by her side and helped lead the searchers to her. It's a story about love, community and courage. The girl's mother, Timber Merritt, was overwhelmed with fear and despair when she went out to search for her daughter and dog. She called friends and family for help. John Copp, one of the first people to start helping Thursday night, said it was stressful and emotional. "We were just walking back and forth from one end to the other just yelling her name." But when they were searching through the corn rows, a small voice began barking. They heard it from Remy's dog, and a Yorkie, named Fat Heath, began yapping next to her. The tiny dog's yapping led the searchers right to the little girl. She had a few mosquito bites but otherwise was unharmed. Her parents say she will be getting itch cream to treat her bites, and they hope to keep her safe from ever getting lost in the cornfield again.

Yorkies Rip Amazon Box Apart
  • 05.03.2023
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Yorkies Rip Amazon Box Apart If you're thinking about getting a pup, you might have heard that Yorkies are excellent companions. They're playful and affectionate, and they're also incredibly easy to train. They're also a great choice for families with children. But be aware that Yorkies can get aggressive with other pets if they're not properly socialized. A dog like a Yorkie requires lots of attention, and they'll need to be groomed on a regular basis. They have a long, silky coat that takes up a lot of time to keep clean and tangle-free. It's recommended to bathe them every eight weeks or so, and brushing is usually a good option. Their single coat doesn't shed much, and they are considered hypoallergenic as well. Yorkshire Terriers can be prone to hip dysplasia and epilepsy, so it's important to keep an eye out for these conditions. If you want to adopt a Yorkie, you should look for one from an approved breeder. The YTCA has an ethics code that ensures that puppies are sold only from reputable breeders. You should also consider the cost of feeding a Yorkie. You'll need to provide them with a high-quality diet and a good amount of exercise. It's also a good idea to invest in toys that your pup will love. There are plenty of options available on the market, but one that I recommend is the Tug a Jug. This toy is a popular pick for many dogs and has a rope that pulls out treats. It's a little challenging for dogs to solve but they will have fun playing with it!

Life with a Golden Retriever
  • 23.12.2022
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Life With a Golden Retriever The Golden Retriever is a breed that's known for its fun-loving and affectionate personality. This dog will make a great addition to your family. It's a very loving pet and will bond with you for many years to come. They are also quite clever and are very intelligent. In fact, this breed ranks third in the "top intelligent dogs" list. It is easy to train and maintain a golden retriever. If you do decide to get this type of dog, be sure to start training them early. Also, monitor their signs of fatigue. To keep your pup healthy, groom them at least once a month and brush them at least 3-5 times a week. Brushing them helps to remove dead hair. Golden Retrievers are known for their love of water, so you'll want to take your pet for a swim at least once a day. Don't let them eat leftovers, and don't allow them to chew on electrical wires. Goldens are quite good with children. They can also make wonderful nannies for young kids, especially if you can get them trained. However, they can be dangerous when a child isn't well-supervised. Although the Golden Retriever is a great breed, it's not for everyone. The breed is prone to several health problems, including hip dysplasia and a heart condition. They're also known for being goofballs. Often, they will pick up on cues from people and will follow them around the house.

Golden Retriever Dad Meets His 11 Puppies
  • 22.12.2022
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A Golden Retriever Dad Meets His 11 Puppies A new dog can bring a lot of joy. If you're looking for a dog that's a little different, consider a Golden Retriever. The breed can be up to 30 pounds and has a coat that varies in color. They're usually tan or brown, but some have red or blue coats. The best part about owning a pup is how easy it is to love them. Puppies are social animals that will fill your home with love and joy. It's also a good idea to learn more about your new pup's abilities. In the event that you have a dog with a high activity level, it's a good idea to try to increase their exercise. The name of the game is to keep your puppy happy and entertained. One way to accomplish this is by buying them toys. You can find toys that include balls, plush toys, and chewies. These items will keep your pup engaged and help relieve any stress you may be feeling. Some of the best toys are the ones that are a little different. For example, you may have a golden retriever that loves to fetch. This can be achieved by getting them a ball or toy that's shaped like a dog, which will keep them interested and entertained. Another thing that you can do is take the time to teach your new pup a few tricks. For instance, you could try throwing the ball for them or letting them chase after it.

Golden Retriever Shocked by Puppies occupying his bed!
  • 22.12.2022
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Golden Retriever Shocked by Puppies Occupying His Bed! The Golden Retriever has had his fair share of time consuming activities over the past few decades. Some of the more mundane chores such as watching television or snoozing have taken a backseat to other more engaging pursuits. Hence, the trifecta has not always been able to occupy a front row seat for the best of the best. Fortunately, a couple of savvy pups have learned to navigate the doggiest lane with ease and have earned the title of king of the pack. One wag in particular has a lot to prove. If he can get the job done, he can claim the title of King of the Castle. That is if he doesn't go in for the gimmick a la mode and revert to the sexiest member of the horde. So, if the fabled sexiest king can't be yours, you might consider getting a puppy to replace him. Thankfully, a few online stores have made this task as easy as the doggiest king. On top of that, there are several other high quality doggiest kings aplenty who make the trip worthwhile. With a good pair of ears and some slick social engineering, he can be seen in the limelight on a regular basis.

Golden Retriever meets his new puppy sister
  • 22.12.2022
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How a Golden Retriever Meets His New Puppy Sister When a new puppy is introduced to a household, there is often a degree of excitement. The biggest challenge is ensuring that the new addition has the proper training to make him or her a happy and healthy member of the family. One family in Wales did just that with their eight-week old golden retriever puppy. In short, the best way to ensure a happy outcome is to follow the advice of experts. For instance, taking the dog to a puppy socialization class is a surefire way to ensure that the new addition is not overwhelmed by his or her surroundings. It also gives the dog the chance to expend energy. If you are lucky enough to own a puppy, you'll know that they are full of energy. This is not always a bad thing. Puppies can be great playmates for older dogs. Besides, puppies are cute. The best way to ensure you'll be able to enjoy your new addition for years to come is to take him or her to a puppy socialization class as early as possible. You'll be rewarded with a fun and friendly companion for life. Bringing home a new pet is one of the most rewarding experiences for any animal lover. Seeing your pup's reaction to his or her new addition is a joy in and of itself. However, you'll want to make sure that you don't overlook the little things like the proper gift wrapping technique.

Golden Retriever Meets New Baby Kitten for the First Time!
  • 21.12.2022
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Golden Retriever Meets New Baby Kitten for the First Time! The Golden Retriever is a popular breed of dog and is known for its docile nature. However, some people are concerned about how it interacts with cats. Here are a few tips to make the experience a positive one. One of the best ways to introduce a new pet is to be patient. This will allow the new cat or dog to adjust to its surroundings. It may take a few weeks for the animals to get along. The Golden Retriever is a very intelligent dog. This is evidenced by the fact that they can read a room. They can also be very friendly and will not harm any other animal. In fact, they are often used in service dog organizations. A golden retriever and kitten are likely to bond well. If you have a new addition to your household, you should be sure to keep your dog on a leash, and to supervise the first few introductions. When a dog and kitten meet for the first time, it can be overwhelming for both species. Both dogs and cats can be hyperactive and may want to check on each other or bark at the door. Using a baby gate or screen door can separate the two, and can be a good idea. The most important part of the cat and dog meeting is to ensure that the two species are on the same page. You might even consider having a professional do the job.

Husky Thinks She’s My Babies Mum
  • 28.11.2022
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Husky Thinks She's My Babies Mum Putting a human and pet together is akin to having two toddlers in a dorm room. Fortunately, you can have your dog at home if you're willing to put in the effort. Aside from grooming your pup, you'll need to be on the ball when it comes to the vet's office. The first thing to do is to create a full-time schedule for your pup. This should include a daily walk and plenty of playtime. Whether your pup is a puppy or a splurging pup, make sure to take care of its needs before letting it go scot-free. This includes grooming, de-shedding, and feeding. To prevent any overzealous interactions, consider creating a designated zone for the pups. In my experience, huskies are among the most tolerant of their human counterparts. Aside from the usual suspects, you may also want to consult your local animal control officer to ensure your pup's paws are not up to no good. This is especially true of a pup that's been abused. If your pup is showing signs of aggression, you're probably better off keeping it in the house. If you're lucky, he or she will be returned to you on a short leash in no time. The best way to do this is to find out if your pup is microchipped. If you don't feel confident about your pup's safety, consider a reputable doggy daycare or dog boarding facility. This will not only save you the hefty fees, but will give your pup a more well-rounded life.

Five Pound Yorkie Gives Birth.
  • 15.10.2022
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A Five Pound Yorkie Gives Birth in 30 Minutes A five-pound Yorkie gives birth in 30 minutes. While this is a fairly quick process, it can be stressful for the mother. The puppies may be confused and will need the care and attention of their new owners. This article will explain how you can care for your new pet during the birthing process and what to expect from it.

Funny English Bulldog playing with babies
  • 14.10.2022
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Funny English Bulldog Playing With Babies Watch this funny video of an English Bulldog playing with a baby. You'll laugh so hard that you may even cry. Watch the baby talk to the dog in the video and you'll see how he reacts to each point. At 0:30, you'll understand the bulldog's reaction. Bulldogs are very possessive of their food, and it is best not to feed your dog in front of small children. The dog may approach the child and get a taste.

Pretending My Golden Retriever Puppy Bite Hurt
  • 12.10.2022
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Pretending My Golden Retriever Bite Hurt If your Golden Retriever puppy bites you, the best way to calmly disengage is to play with it in a safe place. It is not good to hold the puppy on your lap or try to grab it. This is not only going to make the puppy feel uncomfortable, but you will also likely end up getting bitten again.

German Shepherd Puppy Meets Mom Cat with Newborn Kittens for the First Time
  • 10.10.2022
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German Shepherd Puppy Meets Mom Cat With Newborn Kittens For the First Time In this adorable video, a German shepherd puppy meets a mom cat with newborn kittens. Although the new mom is hesitant about the German shepherd being so close, she trusts the pup and lets him lick the baby cat's ear.

35 Hero Animals that Saved Human Lives !
  • 09.10.2022
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35 Hero Animals That Saved Human Lives The act of saving lives is second nature for animals. It's in their genes to do good. While superheroes and two-legged animals may be our most popular heroes, there are other animal heroes out there. Here are 35 times animals have saved human lives.

Watch How This Pug Loves to Take A Bath
  • 07.10.2022
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Watch How This Pug Loves to Take a Bath In this hilarious video, watch as a pug named Barry luxuriates in a bath. The expressions on his face are priceless. His owner, David Stanton, is a carpenter and a photographer. He occasionally posts pictures of Barry, who loves bath time.

English Bulldog puppies adorably play together
  • 03.10.2022
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English Bulldog Puppies Adorably Play Together English Bulldog puppies are a joy to watch, and they can melt any heart. It's hard not to smile when you see them, especially when they're playing together! Meet Lucy and Otis, two English Bulldog puppies who can't seem to stop playing and practicing their barking! One day, these two little puppies will be fine dogs.

Jealous Chihuahua Bites His Sister When She Gets Belly Scratches From Dad!
  • 27.09.2022
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Jealous Chihuahua Bites His Sister When She Gets Belly Scratches From Dad When a chihuahua is jealous of a family member, he may try to attack that person. This small act can quickly turn into a larger problem if left unchecked. Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself and your family.

Cute Husky Says "No" to the Kennel - Try Not To Laugh
  • 26.09.2022
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Cute Husky Says No to the Kennel Try Not to Laugh This cute video shows a Husky refusing to enter the kennel. Watch as he makes a series of ridiculous attempts at getting into the kennel. As his owner tries to put him in, the dog tries everything from being limp to pleading. He even gets very vocal about it.

Wrinkly Bulldog Puppy Howls! So Cute!
  • 25.09.2022
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Wrinkly Bulldog Puppy Howls So Cute This video is pure adorableness. It shows a wrinkly bulldog puppy howling for the first time. The howl sounds weak, but it serves its purpose, which is to get the attention of its owners. After a few tries, the puppy got the hang of howling. The first two times, he choked on his saliva and had to cough, but then he screamed as loud as his tiny body could make him.

Cute Miniature Dachshund Care
  • 24.09.2022
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Cute Miniature Dachshund Care If you are looking for a cute, playful dog, then you should consider adopting a dachshund. These miniature dogs are not only adorable, but also highly intelligent. These dogs need a healthy diet, exercise, and regular vet care to ensure a healthy life. They also like to burrow, so make sure you give them plenty of room to do so.

Funny Chihuahua Bites His Sister When She Gets Belly Scratches From Dad!
  • 24.09.2022
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Chihuahua Bites Sister When She Gets Belly Scratches From Dad Chihuahuas are not good with kids. Their temperament is such that they can be aggressive and can bite if they are not properly socialized. You must also make sure to supervise your child's interactions with your dog to avoid any incidents. Chihuahuas are also not suited for people who are afraid of the dog's size.

Cute Chihuahua Mathilda Performs a Dog Dance
  • 23.09.2022
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Cute Chihuahua Performs a Dog Dance Routine A cute chihuahua from Switzerland has won a dog dance competition at the annual Crufts Dog Show. She performed a dance routine to music from the classic ballet Swan Lake. Her handler wore a tutu and white leotard and led the adorable pup around the arena. The dog dance routines can be as long as four minutes long.

New Nameless Foster Chihuahua Has Arrived! Initial reactions from Brinley and Charlie Cat.
  • 22.09.2022
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New Nameless Chihuahua Has Arrived! Initial Reactions From Brinley and Charlie Cat Brinley and Charlie Cat are ecstatic over the new addition to their family. Fortuna, who fosters the dogs, shared a Facebook update with the public. The two animals are incredibly friendly and playful and Brinley and Charlie are already smitten.