yes.. here i am again posting stuff about puppies..
We stumbled across this WEBSITE by Photographer Tanja Brandt -(Google translated) that just has great images of the photographers 2 German Shepard’s – Ingo and Else – in hilarious poses.
Some of them are out and out action images. .others. .well, the one with the owl is quite unique. From the photographer herself: ”
Animals in general – especially birds of prey and predator cats – and dogs in particular.
I think I speak their language.
A life without dogs is hard to imagine for me and if someone does not like dogs, then he will probably not stay with me for a long time.”
10-week-old french bulldog Pixel finally got his revenge on the cat, who keeps stealing his bed, even though she has her own. Fun fact: he drags the bed and puts it back in his corner, where he always sleeps.
So cute! This little French Bulldog puppy tries to antagonize this poor cat.. but you know what? CAT JUS’ DON’ CARE!!!!!!
Five the Boston Terrier is plying Santa Dog this Christmas Eve and riding on a Roomba to spread holiday cheer! Thanks to the The Big Shift we have this video to share and us get ready for Santa Paws!
Check out this great photographer with her pet friends and some stunning natural settings! Click here and give her some love!
It’s a pretty funny sight when a sleeping dog starts thrashing around, legs flailing, perhaps in a futile attempt to gain ground on a taunting squirrel that somehow manages to stay just out of reach. A few muted barks of frustration might escape the dog’s muzzle as it slows its pretend pace and starts wagging its tail. Maybe your canine friend imagines you giving it a bone as a reward for its superior (if ultimately unsuccessful) squirrel-tracking efforts.
We’ll probably never know for certain whether dogs are truly dreaming during action-packed slumber sessions like the one described above — dogs aren’t exactly able to describe their experiences during dream analysis sessions. However, we can make some educated guesses based on the brainwave patterns observed in sleeping dogs.
The period of sleep when the brain is most active and primed for some serious dreaming is REM sleep. While not all organisms slip into rounds of REM, most mammals are among those that do. Since dogs are mammals, and it’s been found that their brainwaves are very similar to humans’ when we’re experiencing REM sleep, it stands to reason they spend their REM time much as we do, dreaming of the ordinary and extraordinary events that fill their doggie days.
Some of the behaviors dogs often exhibit while sleeping include tail wagging, facial twitching and leg movements, with a variety of barks, growls, whimpers, whines and yelps thrown in for good measure. What exactly is prompting them to put on this goofy show will likely remain a mystery — unless someone figures out how to teach a dog to talk.
Australian advertising agency Naked Communications has created a downright adorable ad campaign to promote a new app for greeting card company, Hallmark.
To promote Hallmark’s new post service app in Australia, HelloYou, the agency used the tactic of engaging cute puppies to be a part of their campaign.
In this campaign video, puppies are dressed as postal service workers and they work to deliver your greeting cards.
The campaign will also have Post Puppies delivering your mail on nominated dates between 21 July and 8 August 2014 in selected Australian cities.
Watch how it works below:
Adorable Photographs Capture The Sweet Friendship Between A Toddler & His Dog
Toddlers and dogs are a match made in heaven—just look at these precious pictures of a young boy and his dog snoozing and another boy and dog duo wearing matching outfits.
Now meet Carter and Toby, a nearly two-year-old toddler and a rescue pup that was adopted by Carter’s parents Devin and Jake Crouch in early 2011.
The pair have formed an inseparable bond and often play, sleep and eat together. Carter’s mother Devin documents the adorable twosome on Instagram.
Though rescue dogs can sometimes be disobedient or difficult to handle, Toby is incredibly gentle and patient with his human companion, showering him with love and affection.
Through the photographs, the family hopes to show that rescue animals can make good pets too.
Check out more heartwarming pictures below, and follow the adventures of Carter and Toby here.