andcorgimakesthree:

5 reasons why 3 corgis are better 1 (at www.threecorgis.com)

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cubebreaker:

TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.
cubebreaker:

TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.
cubebreaker:

TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.
cubebreaker:

TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.
cubebreaker:

TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.

    cubebreaker:

    TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.

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    thecutestofthecute:

alldogownersshouldknow:

Symptoms of bloat include:
hard, swollen abdomen that may make a hollow sound if tapped
retching that produces no vomit OR produces foamy, white vomit
drooling/salivating excessively
whining
pacing/restlessness
lethargy
stiff-legged walk
If your dog shows signs of having bloat, call your vet IMMEDIATELY. Every second counts. Bloat is extremely painful and without quick veterinary intervention your dog will probably not survive.
Check out this video of an akita in the middle to late stages of bloat.
Check out this article on what bloat is, the varieties of bloat, its symptoms, and the typical treatment plans.
The best predictor of a dog’s chances of getting bloat are its relatives. If your dogs family has had bloat, your dog is at an increased risk. Other risk factors include:
deep, narrow chested dogs
feeding to soon before or after exercising
raised feeding bowls
gulping food/eating too quickly
eating one or two large meals per day
overeating
overdrinking
dry food diet

Just so everyone knows more about this, bloat is basically when a dog has eaten a large meal, exercises and the stomach actually flips. It is very very dangerous for your dog and can causes death in several hours. Know the signs of bloat. It could save your dogs life. thecutestofthecute:

alldogownersshouldknow:

Symptoms of bloat include:
hard, swollen abdomen that may make a hollow sound if tapped
retching that produces no vomit OR produces foamy, white vomit
drooling/salivating excessively
whining
pacing/restlessness
lethargy
stiff-legged walk
If your dog shows signs of having bloat, call your vet IMMEDIATELY. Every second counts. Bloat is extremely painful and without quick veterinary intervention your dog will probably not survive.
Check out this video of an akita in the middle to late stages of bloat.
Check out this article on what bloat is, the varieties of bloat, its symptoms, and the typical treatment plans.
The best predictor of a dog’s chances of getting bloat are its relatives. If your dogs family has had bloat, your dog is at an increased risk. Other risk factors include:
deep, narrow chested dogs
feeding to soon before or after exercising
raised feeding bowls
gulping food/eating too quickly
eating one or two large meals per day
overeating
overdrinking
dry food diet

Just so everyone knows more about this, bloat is basically when a dog has eaten a large meal, exercises and the stomach actually flips. It is very very dangerous for your dog and can causes death in several hours. Know the signs of bloat. It could save your dogs life.

      thecutestofthecute:

      alldogownersshouldknow:

      Symptoms of bloat include:

      • hard, swollen abdomen that may make a hollow sound if tapped
      • retching that produces no vomit OR produces foamy, white vomit
      • drooling/salivating excessively
      • whining
      • pacing/restlessness
      • lethargy
      • stiff-legged walk

      If your dog shows signs of having bloat, call your vet IMMEDIATELY. Every second counts. Bloat is extremely painful and without quick veterinary intervention your dog will probably not survive.

      Check out this video of an akita in the middle to late stages of bloat.

      Check out this article on what bloat is, the varieties of bloat, its symptoms, and the typical treatment plans.

      The best predictor of a dog’s chances of getting bloat are its relatives. If your dogs family has had bloat, your dog is at an increased risk. Other risk factors include:

      • deep, narrow chested dogs
      • feeding to soon before or after exercising
      • raised feeding bowls
      • gulping food/eating too quickly
      • eating one or two large meals per day
      • overeating
      • overdrinking
      • dry food diet

      Just so everyone knows more about this, bloat is basically when a dog has eaten a large meal, exercises and the stomach actually flips. It is very very dangerous for your dog and can causes death in several hours. Know the signs of bloat. It could save your dogs life.

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      melstringer:

      We just filmed Grover’s first time in a ball pit XD

      (via timmer-wo-man)

      thecutestofthecute:

      deepinmyb0nes:

      In honor of national dog day, here’s a vid of my sister’s dog Buddy struggling to get inside. Hahahaha.

      HE THINKS THE SCREEN DOOR IS STILL THERE OH MY GOSH

      (via createthedog)

      bigcatkingdom:

      Caracal looking upwards (by Tambako the Jaguar)

      (via deforest)

      jenawithonen:

can u keep it down i am trying 2 reed
jenawithonen:

can u keep it down i am trying 2 reed

        jenawithonen:

        can u keep it down i am trying 2 reed

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            "My dog hates having his picture taken." -lawsonj123

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