This dog needs attention 😂
This dog needs attention 😂
|Her dog was in heat, but she agreed to look after her neighbor’s male dog while the neighbor was on vacation. She had a large house and she believed that she could keep the two dogs apart.
As she was drifting off to sleep, she heard awful howling sounds.
She rushed downstairs and found the dogs locked together and unable to disengage.
Unable to separate them, and perplexed as to what to do next, and although it was very late at night, she called her vet ,who answered in a very grumpy voice.
After she explained the problem to him, the vet said, “Hang up the phone and place it down alongside the dogs. I will then call you back and the noise of the ringing will make the male lose his erection and he will be able to withdraw.”
“Do you think that will work?” she asked.
“Just worked for me,” he replied.
Deril the dancing dog proved he could be more than just a best friend when he performed CPR on his handler during a World Championship competition.
The talented canine showed he had to skills to be a lifesaver, giving ‘mouth-to-mouth’ to resuscitate Lusy Imbergerova after she was ‘hit by a grenade’.
It was all part of a brilliant military-themed routine by the pair, who have previously found success on Italy’s Got Talent.
Lusy then drops a grenade that ‘blows up’ in her face leaving her severely injured.
Deril rushes over to the rescue, and begins to press against her chests with his paws.
He then performs a ‘kiss of life’ to bring Lusy back from the dead.
A chart that will help you finally understand your dog.
In order to really understand what your dog is trying to tell you, it’s important to observe their body language and listen to the noises they make.
You may think you know exactly what your dog is saying by wagging its tail, for example. But were you aware that this can signify a number of feelings – from excited, playful or attentive, to apprehensive and even slightly nervous?
Our visual guide offers an overview of some common dog behaviours and expressions, to help you understand what exactly your dog is trying to communicate.
“I think she just knows that there’s a lot of different friends in the world.”
Because Moonpie is tiny, she was allowed to stay indoors with Janice’s 12 dogs due to poor weather upon arrival. In no matter of time, the canines befriended her and the story goes that she now believes she’s part of the pack. In an interview with The Dodo, Janice said:
The dogs serve as her surrogate moms, said Janice. “They clean her face, the way her mother would have. They love to do that… They were all thrilled to see her.”
One of Moonpie’s favorite friends is a deaf bull terrier named Spackle.
Moonpie even learned how to “use the bathroom,” according to Wolf. Like the dogs, she holds the urge to defecate or urinate until she is outside.
Now that the weather is nice and Moonpie is beginning to venture outdoors more. However, there’s still a lot more growing to do before she can be introduced to the other rescue animals, including a water buffalo, a zebra, capybaras, pigs, dogs, goats, an emu, other cows, and chickens. Fortunately, she has a large family of canines to keep her company.