ahhh, this just makes me happy
Pluto, you’ve been with me for a good three years. But now it’s time for Peter Pan to bring me on an adventure to Neverland #STxDisney
This needs to be seen by everyone.
I posted this yesterday and wow this spread fast
Holy crap, this was heartbreaking. Poor girl. :(
Poor baby…. damn these people for behaving so cruelly against such loyal and loving animals.
Happy Halloween from bumble bee #PoofyTheLhasaApso and lady bug me!
( ._.)./ an explanation:
The dog has an issue where his esophagus doesn’t work right; it doesn’t get food in there right because it’s all stretched out and stuff. So what dog owners (and cat owners and I guarantee you the cat ones look goofier) do is make a highchair and feed them upright so gravity can be a hero. It’s also really cute.
The disorder is called Megaesophagus.
Here is a cat with the same disorder in his eatin’ sock.
It’s called a Bailey chair, invented by an owner after their dog, Bailey was diagnosed with Megaesophagus!
omg, this is fantastic hahaha
Damn, It Feels Good To Be A Gangsta… Funny Dog (by TheAxue)
Omg, too good.
Dog treat catch fail. [video]
DYINGGGGG. The darn cheerio is on her head lolol
High five! #PoofyTheLhasaApso The effort he makes (‘:
Ariel vinylmation from #D23Expo and got Max and Scuttle. So ‘dorbs! (at 2013 D23 Expo)
Yesterday Wisconsin resident John Unger said goodbye to his best friend, a 20-year-old shepherd mix named Schoep.
“I Breathe But I Can’t Catch My Breath…” Unger wrote on his dog’s Facebook page, which has almost 200,000 followers. “Schoep passed yesterday. More information in the days ahead.”
A photo of Unger rocking his dog to sleep in Lake Superior went viral last year, and Unger credits the outpouring of support they received for helping Schoep live another year.
Schoep had gone blind from cataracts and suffered from arthritis and hip problems. He also had trouble sleeping.
To ease his pet’s pain and help him sleep, Unger regularly took Schoep to Lake Superior. The water was therapeutic for the ailing dog’s joints, so Unger would hold Schoep in his arms and rock him to sleep.
My heart. I remember crying when I first saw this picture. Bless this amazing man. I know he’ll always miss his friend, but I hope the current pain he’s feeling goes away. If only there were more beautiful people like this in the world…
Every dog has its time to go, and it never is easy to hear even when you never met the pup. Safe journeys across the rainbow bridge!