Monthly Archives: January 2007
Wow, who knew there would be so much controversy around dogs in taverns?! Click here to read what Seattleites have to say about it (warning dog lovers…it ain’t all good).
Hooray for Senator Ken Jacobsen, D-Seattle, for his measure proposed in Senate Bill 5484 that would allow well-behaved, leashed canines to join their human companions at the neighborhood pub! We in the Northwest love our microbrews and we also love … Continue reading
If you’re a political/news junkie with a sense of humor then you must read The Onion. If you’re a political/news junkie with a sense of humor who loves dogs then enjoy a dose of “Fair and Balanced News from the … Continue reading
Okay, so we’re a sucker for cute dog videos even if it is blatant advertising. Check out this interactive doggie video brought to you by HeartGard. Type in different commands like sit, beg, roll over and shake! Then, type in … Continue reading
Read Ed Wall’s article in today’s New Bern Sun Journal here and decide for yourself.
Papillon is French for “butterfly.” Hence, the papillon is so named for its large ears that resemble butterfly wings. Pictured here is Oliver; photo submitted by Christina Rodriguez.
According to a recent survey of dog lovers, the 10 gassiest dogs are: German shepherd, “mixed breed,” Labrador retriever, boxer, Doberman pinscher, poodle, cocker spaniel, rottweiler, beagle, Dalmatian. (Source: Planet Dog: A Doglopedia, Hougton Mifflin, 2005.) Pictured here: CityDog’s own … Continue reading
The five most common male dog names are: Max, Jake, Buddy, Bailey and Sam. The five most common female dog names are: Maggie, Molly, Lady, Sadie and Lucy. (Source: Planet Dog: A Doglopedia, Houghton Mifflin Books, 2005.) Pictured here is … Continue reading
This just in….Everyone’s favorite large-bodied cat—an unusually “stocky” stray tabby caught wedged in a doggie door while scavenging for food—was reunited today with his estranged owner. Nicknamed Goliath because of his huge girth, the cat was captured by a kind … Continue reading