There may be honor among thieves, but apparently no such honor exists among the canine breed.
When an owner of two dogs asks them which one did their business in the kitchen, it does not take long for one to dime-out the other.
OK, so maybe the tattletale is actually the guilty party and the other dog is wrongfully accused — the trial is still pending. more >>
Size doesn't matter when it comes to a love of cuddling. Just ask this 1-month-old baby elephant in the Asian nation of Thailand.
At the Chai Lai Orchid ecolodge, the baby elephant recently took a liking to a human being named Allie.
Wanting a warm hug, the placid long-trunked behemoth decides to go in for the kill — killer cuddling of course. more >>
Never underestimate the power of a dream! When one little girl wanted a horse that would eventually win races, many — including her parents — doubted the possibility.
However, Breana Carsey, an 11-year-old Ohio girl. would not be deterred from her dream of a race horse. She asked her dad for a horse and eventually got one named MJB Got Faith.
While the horse was not bred to race, and barely passed the entrance exam, Carsey's faith in the ability of MJB would not be shaken. more >>
It's no wonder the Queen of England sees fit to keep these furry creatures around. They make such awesome warriors!
Don't believe me? Check out this Corgi puppy named Bilbo who has a fierce encounter with a miniature pumpkin.
A seasonally appropriate engagement, Bilbo does his very best to try and put the gourd in its place, lest it think it can run the place. more >>
It was an honorable send-off for a good friend and fellow law enforcer of the canine persuasion.
Members of the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office bid their final farewells to a beloved narcotics detector K-9, Argo.
Born in 2006 in the Czech Republic, Argo had been battling bone cancer for some time, however the battle was becoming too much for the heroic creature. more >>
Talk about a house-trained animal! One formerly homeless pit bull developed a unique talent while waiting to be adopted.
Named Rush, the pooch was recently found ragging about his sheet to make his bed, showing that, if nothing else, he is a proper and civilized creature.
While under the care of the Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals, Rush was filmed making his bed. more >>