This video has been supremely popular on Facebook. I don’t want to deprive anyone in this forum. The Youtube video description goes, “Mr. Fry is a saluki mix from Arizona Greyhound Rescue. He loves to bask in the sun, so he takes his bed with him to a sunny spot for a nice afternoon . . . → Read More: Mr. Fry and His Traveling Bed
This is the music video for which I’ve waited years: the all-doggy video. I really wish pugs were featured in this video, but the French Bulldogs shown here are very cute and using that breed is a way of expressing political solidarity with France after the recent Paris massacre. The song is “Happy” by . . . → Read More: French Bulldogs Featured in Greatest Music Video of All Time
There is nothing comparable. I have had several litters and it is worth the stretch marks.
– Paul Johnson
If they give Oscars for Youtube videos, this has to be the best documentary of 2015:
(((This turned into an essay of sorts about my dog Ruby’s cremation day (a word I hated when it came to being associated with her) and it’s about her essence of course… written not of sound mind perhaps, but there’s beauty in the story and I needed to tell it quick…thank you all so . . . → Read More: I Sing for the Love of Ruby, by Jesse Sykes
I was writing a song in my backyard on my Spanish guitar, when a pair of raccoons came out of the bushes to check me out. The hood is alive… with the sounds of these little thieving quasi monkey bears and the sound of sensitive pony tail music.
– Davin Michael . . . → Read More: Raccoons Love Songwriter, by Davin Michael Stedman
This is my new favorite video. This house should be made into a national historic place. I’m a little surprised there hasn’t already been a reality show…
A retriever puppy walks into a bar, sits down at the piano, and starts playing a mashup of Rachmaninoff, Gershwin and Debussy. He’s really getting into it when a much bigger dog walks in, grabs the puppy by the neck, and drags him out of the bar. One guy sitting on a bar stool . . . → Read More: Retriever Puppy Walks Into a Bar, by Randy Rendfeld
Dave the dog, at least partly, may have been named after East Portland Davey
Dave the dog refused to eat until the broom was moved away from the food dish. He fears brooms and doesn’t understand them. He’s been known to bark loudly at them and bite them. Once the broom was moved, he . . . → Read More: Dave the Dog Refused to Eat, by John Moe
((((Facebook is aggregating all the people in my pipeline that feel Cecil the lion is getting too much “air time” or they just don’t “understand” all the hoopla- and there seems to be an empathy war going on between all the injustices out there. Also, thee “if you eat meat why do you care?” . . . → Read More: Cecil Was More Than Just One Lion, by Jesse Sykes
Heard a ruckus in the backyard, only to discover a Cooper’s Hawk trying to catch some lunch unsuccessfully. (a baby robin hidden in the bushes that hadn’t quite found its flying wings). Lots of upset robins trying to distract the hawk, but it was my appearance at the screen door that caused the hawk . . . → Read More: Cooper’s Hawk: Cycle of Life, by Andrea Miller