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A woman nearly fell into a deep sinkhole while out for a walk with her dog on Sunday. She managed to save herself, but when her dog came running to help he ended up falling into the deep sinkhole. Firefighters came to his rescue and saved the dog.
Mattie Moore takes her dog Mack for a long walk every morning. The two were walking in Martin Luther King Park in Buffalo, New York early Sunday morning when Moore suddenly felt the ground give way underneath her.
She was just a short distance off the walking path when her one leg and foot fell through the ground into a deep sinkhole. She was able to keep herself above ground by her elbows. She crawled to safety but as she struggled to get out Mack came to try and help.
“He thought something was wrong,” said Moore. “He comes up behind me and falls right in.”
Read more: http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2014/02/firefighters-rescue-dog-from-sinkhole/
In the warmer weather, keep pups cool with their very own pup-icicles! This cheap and simple treat for dogs is nothing more than pouring low sodium chicken broth into an ice cube tray, add fruit slices (apples or pears) and freeze. The dog will stay cool as he works his way to the hidden treats inside. A delicious alternative to chicken broth is to use plain yogurt or peanut butter. Give your dog a fabulous and healthy!
Check out the great driving dogs! Are you ready to let your furry kid drive your car?
Because of the patience and tenderness of an Argentinian dog named Himalaya, a shy little boy with Down Syndrome learned to appreciate physical contact, which he usually avoids.
Three-year-old Hernán usually shied away from people touching him, a result of his having Down Syndrome, said his mother Ana. But she caught a surprising, lovely interaction between her son and her brother’s dog Himalaya, a golden Lab. She knows this dog well, and knows that her son is safe with her – she doesn’t mind being tugged a little.
Read more: http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2013/12/dog-befriends-timid-boy-with-down-syndrome/
Woofstock Amazing Dog Tricks – what can your dog do that will amaze the world? Get out your camera or smart phone and make your dog a star on Youtube!
Dogs make special friendships with all sorts of people and animals. A Dutch Shepherd named Wiebe has made a unique friendship with his family’s koi carp. He even enjoys giving the fish kisses.
When Wiebe was just a puppy he was afraid of his family’s Eindhoven, Holland pond. He eventually warmed up to the pond and soon grew to love it. Every time he returns home from a walk with his owner, Dorri Eijsermans, he runs to the pond to get a drink of water.
Read more: http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2013/11/dog-develops-unique-friendship-with-familys-koi-fish/
Is your dog the master of your house? Check out the dog vs. cat video of the week!
When a dog was hit by a car in Brazil and left helpless in the middle of the road a young boy came to his rescue. 11-year-old Jean Fernandes risked his life to bring the dog to safety.
Read more: http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2013/12/young-boy-risks-life-to-save-dog-hit-by-car/
Check out the dog vs. cat video of the week!
An elderly woman was sound asleep when a fire broke out in her home early Thursday morning. She was able to safely escape thanks to her dog Pokie.
Dorothy “Dottie” Parker was asleep Thursday morning when her dog Polka Dot “Pokie” started to bark at her. It was around 8:30 a.m. and Dottie had no idea that her house was on fire.
“I had slept in and Pokie came to me barking,” said Parker.
Once Pokie woke Dottie up the dog began running up and down the hall barking and when Dottie went to investigate she found smoke and realized her mobile home was on fire. Dottie called the fire department for help and then got herself and Pokie safely out of the home.
Read more: http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2013/12/dog-saves-elderly-woman-from-fire/
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