Monday, March 28, 2016
It's A Bird... It's A Plane... No, it's a Dog! This dog has a super leaping ability that eclipsed the elite athletes of today. The dog breed is not known but by the look of it, it is obviously a mix-breed pup. It can jump really high and the dog covered huge space. He seems to be having fun, but I hope the owner is being responsible enough to think of the risk involve in this activity. The dog may suffer injuries with that stunt.
Based on a Youtube Video below, it seems there's a sports competition for dog flying in the air. The dog seems to be really muscular, you can check out the dog's FB page here.: https://www.facebook.com/Natsu-RoyalDogs-447059955457952/
Thursday, March 17, 2016
The reaction of this dog trying to eat a lime was really funny and adorable. The dog which is a boxer, was playing on a beach with his owner when he found a lime in the sand. He started sniffing and licking the lime, and his reaction was hysterical.
starts to get curious about a lime he finds in the sand (perhaps from a long-abandoned margarita?) His post-tasting reaction is hysterical. He pounce his front paws and bang his head like in a rock concert.
WARNING TO DOG OWNERS: Yes, it's probably okay for a dod to lick or taste lime. However, I would suggest to don't let them near it. Limes can be bad for your dog in large quantities. Citrus aurantifolia can be toxic for dogs.
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Cesar Millan, the dog behaviorist known as the "Dog Whisperer", is being investigated for alleged animal cruelty, according to TMZ. Officers are currently at his dog psychology center investigating the incident.
L.A. County Animal Control said that they are currently at Millan's dog training center in Santa Clarita, CA. The incident was caused by a recent episode of Millan's show "Cesar 911" in which a live pig was used in a behavioral training session with a dog who had recently attacked two other pet pigs. The dog bit the pig's ear, drawing blood, before it could be subdued. His show received numerous complaints because of it. Officials want to question Millan about the pig's current location and well-being.
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Monday, March 7, 2016
Tiffanie Hupp, 23 has been acquitted on the obstruction of justice charges she was facing. She was arrested when she stopped a West Virginia State Trooper from killing her dog.
The demonic state trooper is Seth Cook he said that he was just doing as he was trained. Yup, trained to do what? abusing the citizens who are paying for their salaries. The dog was clearly wagging his tail and did not pose a threat to the idiot police officer.
The dumb cops was called to respond to a heated dispute between Hupp's father-in-law and a neighbor not about the dog.
Cook the dumb trooper arrive in their property, and the dog named Buddy started walking to him. Then Mr. Dumbo pulled his gun on Buddy and was about to fire before Hupp stepped in between them, stopping the officer from shooting. Ryan Hupp, Tiffanie's husband was the one who filmed the clip since he is too familiar with issues of police brutality, and wanted to document the officer’s actions. If he hadn’t, there wouldn’t have been any evidence of the incident at all.
Tiffanie said that when she was arrested, the cops entered their trailer and took all the phones, tabs, and devices. It took almost a month of constantly calling the police department to get their devices back. At first, they were refusing to return any of the devices unless Hupp or her husband gave up the password protection on their phones. This would have allowed them to search the phones without a warrant, something they are not allowed to do.
At the trial, the dumb cop Cook testify on his own behalf he accused that Tiffanie had a crossbow in her hands, and also raised her hand up to Cook during the incident. Hupp’s attorneys had a few witnesses to bring, but really only needed to show the phone video of what happened. At no time does Hupp have any weapons on her person, nor does she make any threatening gestures toward the officer at all. The whole trial took six hours, and at the end of it all Hupp was acquitted.