In general, cats and dogs aren’t the best of friends. Whether they're simply barking, hissing, scratching, or even all-out fighting, things rarely end well between the two. But despite the fact that most cats and dogs don't get along, this adorable tuxedo cat and beautiful black and white border collie make quite the pair. The inseparable duo even looks alike! But their bond is more than fur deep; they also act incredibly similar.
They say dog is man’s best friend, and that is certainly the case for British actor Henry Cavill.
Many dogs see postal workers as a threat.
There’s an old adage that people and their pets tend to look alike. (An entire matching game is built on this premise!) This is especially true of dogs and their humans. And while many humans and their pups tend to resemble each other, there are some dogs who have undeniable famous faces and look like A-list celebrities. Need proof?
Not all heroes wear capes; some of them wear collars and harnesses.
Whether you’re into jogging or not, no one can deny that running a marathon is incredibly challenging.
Many dogs love playing fetch, but there’s one pup in Canandaigua, New York, who can’t seem to get enough of it. Finley the Golden Retriever can hold six tennis balls in his mouth at one time, earning him the Guinness World Record for “most tennis balls held in the mouth by a dog.” Golden Retrievers have a natural drive to retrieve (hence the breed’s name), but tennis balls are particularly enticing for these playful dogs.
Usually, dogs are less than accommodating when it comes to mailmen being in their neighborhood.
The beloved “Crocodile Hunter,” Steve Irwin, died 15 years ago, but his family is carrying on his legacy.
Saying goodbye to a pet is never easy, but giving them a special send-off can help ease the pain. That's why Utah-based couple, Elijah Saltzgaber and Marianna Wilson, wanted to treat their Saint Bernard/Newfoundland mix, Maggie Bear, to some of her favorite things before she died.
Everyone loves a good dog, so it comes as no surprise that there are monuments and statues that pay homage...
It’s an unfortunate reality that many dogs in animal shelters are overlooked by potential adopters, simply because they’re too shy...