Most people have never heard of a goldendoodle dog before. It's a delightful blend of a golden retriever and a poodle. This dog has the keen hunting instincts of a retriever and the intelligent charm of a poodle. Hope is a rare breed with a remarkable story.
Hope is a goldendoodle with her own special needs, but she is also strong enough to help humans in need. A dangerous accident once threatened to take her away. In spite of it all, her loving spirit and gentle attitude helped an autistic boy enhance his speech by being the focus of his therapy. Hope is requested all the time for hospital visits to cheer up ill patients. She is also an incredible actress who has appeared in over a dozen performances. Her bravery is an inspiration to any person or animal. We could all use a little Hope in our lives.
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This group of Greenland's barnacle goslings undergo one of the most terrifying rites of passage you will ever see. In order to rejoin their parents in the grassy plains below, this gosling must take a leap of faith from 400 feet up. The end result will have you jumping for joy!
Can you imagine sitting 400 feet up in the air and the only way to rejoin your family is to jump? Now that's a scary thought! During this leap of faith, you would be holding your breath, wondering when you'd finally make it to the bottom. God was watching and directing His beautiful creature all the way to the bottom this time around. The little gosling is shaken up from the long flight, but thank God he makes it down to the bottom safe and sound.
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A congregation in Michigan seeking to restore a church sign has rejected a $500 donation from animal rights group PETA amid concerns over the conditions of their offer to help, but only if they can include their own message under Jesus Christ, saying: "Road to hell is paved with bacon."
J. Todd Vanaman, pastor of Dixie Baptist Church of Clarkston, told The Christian Post that the sign, known as the "Hi-Way Pulpit," is "not a billboard advertisement."
"PETA offered $500 for a one week advertisement for their cause, which is not in keeping with our purpose, therefore we respectfully declined," said Vanaman. more >>
"Now out of the ground the Lord God had formed every beast of the field and every bird of the heavens and brought them to the man to see what he would call them. And whatever the man called every living creature, that was its name" (Genesis 2:19)
In principle, few people are against protecting species that are about to go extinct. After all each of us has a favorite animal or bird, a favorite and familiar neighborhood species, and the thought of any of those becoming extinct strikes us as wrong.
In the book of Genesis, we find that the Lord made every living creature. If you think of the diversity of life on this planet; the truth that God made every creature is absolutely stunning. Not only did God make each creature, but he brought each creature before us so that we might name them. Just as God had named us we would give meaning to the abundance of what God made. To truly ponder the magnitude of this task leads one to appreciate those whose vocational life is committed to studying God's creatures and to agree with the late great theologian John Stott who reminded us "Great are the works of the Lord, studied by all who delight in them!" more >>
A 5-year-old German shepherd dog is responsible for this page, which shows off his many talents. Although he loves the spotlight, Dunder will sometimes share with his new buddy, Munster. In this video, a newest member of the family joins them and you get to see if from start to finish, thanks to this amazing timelapse.
Baby Dylan's first appearance on YouTube was actually more about his mommy and their home than actually focusing on Dylan. You get to see from the start of her pregnancy until the day she walks him through the door to meet these his two pet buddies. It's even fun to watch the room change around and stuff get added to the walls. You are also able to see how adorable it is as these two dog buddies await the third brother in the pack.
According to social media posts, both dogs are enjoying young Dylan and are never too far from his side. But, we will have to see how they do once Dylan becomes a star on the phone devices. more >>
Many aren't used to seeing a dog at a nursing home. But it has actually been putting smiles on the faces of these people each and every day.
Nala is a teacup dog that visits many different patients in the nursing home every day. Since 1976, dogs have been trained specifically for the purpose of acting as therapeutic companions in various institutions. It's puppies like this that have positive effects of interaction. It doesn't seem like Nala is trained, but she sure does warm the heart of those around her. She even takes the elevator to go see other patients!
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