I found these funny animal pictures on runt of the web, where animals are behaving badly. Animals running crazy! Check them out below.
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Saturday, February 15, 2014
The dog collar gadget allows the pet owner to monitor the pets health status at a distance. It can check the dog's hours of sleep and calories that they have burned. It was launched in Japan last Thursday.
The gadget is developed in Japan by NTT Docomo, which is the biggest mobile phone operator in that country. The main purpose of the gadget the company said is to have a peace of mind about their furry buddies health, well-being, and whereabouts at all times.
The gadget which is called the "Petfit tag" is equiped with a satellite positioning system that gives signal and information to the pet owners smartphone on the location of the dog or if the dog is running or sleeping. It also shows the distance the dog walks or if the dog is getting enough sleep.
The Petfit gadget will be in store in March at 25,900 yen (US$279).
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Dearborn, Michigan - Dearborn Firefighters rescued a woman and pets (1 cat and 1 dog) from a a burning house on Saturday morning. The Firefighters received a call at 7:55 a.m. for them to respond on a burning house on Westland Street, south of Hubbard Drive where a woman and her pets are trapped inside.
Firefighters said that they went inside the burning house to search for the woman, they found her in a back bedroom. She was rushed to the hospital for serious injuries. The cat needed to be revived while the dog is fine.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Taliban militants are claiming on Thursday that they have captured a military dog from a US Military unit in Afghanistan, after a fierce battle in the east of the country.
The news reports said the dog that was allegedly captured after a raid where 6 U.S. soldiers were killed in action, the Taliban claimed. The Taliban Militants uploaded a video clip where they show frightened-looking dog on a jihadist website. The dog's ears are laid back flat and low on head, the dog's body looks tense, crouched low in submissive position and its tails are down between legs which means the dog is fearful.
A Taliban spokesperson said (Zabiullah Mujahid):“This dog was very important to the Americans. Once we got this dog, the Americans tried their best to get it back but they did not succeed.”
However, Defense officials in Washington, D.C. said that the dog belonged to British forces.
The Taliban said the dog name is "Colonel". The video shows the dog being held on a metal leash in a small, well-lit courtyard surrounded by five men holding guns and grenades. The dog wears a black military vest with pouches for equipment. The Taliban also showed three rifles, one pistol, a GPS and a torch which were taken from the dog.
Well a GPS? I guess it won't be long and that dog will be rescued. Dumb Talibans....lol
Monday, February 3, 2014
The hardest part in owning a pet is saying goodbye to your friend and your loyal companion. Massachusetts State Trooper Christopher Coscia said his final goodbye for his loyal K-9 partner, his friend, and his companion in a freezing morning last January. His K-9 German Shepherd partner for 8 long years named Dante suffered a seizure outside his house. And for his loyal K-9 partner he dedicated a heartbreaking obituary that he posted on the State Police Facebook page which was meant for his colleagues at headquarters who knew Dante but has gone viral.
Dante had a pulmonary hypertension, his heart was enlarged and suffered seizures due to loss of blood flow to his brain. Dante was a 9-year-old dog German Shepherd who loves his job and stayed loyal to his partner.
A nice but sad story, I really hope Coscia recovers and Dante is now in dog heaven. Farewell Dante!