There’s nothing dramatic or funny or exciting in this footage, but it’s a lovely little video of a woman and her dogs playing in the park. The filmmaker says he was just trying to experiment with backlighting, but what he captured here was a lot more than that, don’t you think?
Every week, we describe the amazing photos we receive via Instagram. We thought we’d share this slideshow of all the adorable pups tagged #OrvisDogs so far. Get ready for some serious “awwws.”
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The Ravens and the Forty-Niners kickoff at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, but some of us will have already seen a couple of great games. Just before the big football game, check out Puppy Bowl IX. Here’s the description from the Animal Planet website: . . .
At this year’s Westminster Kennel Club Showheld at New York’s Madison Square Garden on February 11 and 12two breeds will be added to the competition. The Russell Terrier and Treeing Walker Coonhound are hardly new breeds, but this will be the first time that they are judged at Westminster.
In an all-too-familiar scenarion, animal rescuers discovered 26 dogs living in deplorable conditions at a home in Plant City, Florida. Many of the dogs were badly injured and required immediate veterinary attention. It will be a. . .
“My leg is a nice pillow. #orvisdogs”
Again, you all have showed us you have some really beautiful dogs! Congratulations to this week’s winner @sqeakz! Here’s what she says about her remarkable Service Dog Nietzsche…
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Many dog owners offer “bully stick” snacks to their pets because they are “all natural,” and they are easy to digest. However, a recent study at Tufts University suggests that there some things to be concerned about. First of all, bully sticks are very high in calories, up to 88 calories in a single 6-inch stick. This is. . .
We got a few inches of fresh snow yesterday, and I came across this fun video of dogs riding snowboards. Check out how excited they are to hop on board and feel the cold wind on their faces. And they even know how to stop themselves, although not without knocking over the human in their way sometimes.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of the OrvisNews.com Dog Trivia Challenge, where we test your knowledge of all things canine. We will feature one of these quizzes every other week, and everyone who enters her or his score in the comments below this post will be entered into a random drawing for a