iFetch: Ball launcher keeps dog drool off you CNET (blog) The iFetch is designed for small- to medium-sized dogs. It launches a mini tennis ball to 10, 20, or 30 feet. It can either be plugged into an outlet or run on batteries for outdoor play.
Philly.com Americans Prefer Dogs — But Dream of Tigers, Giraffes TIME Dog-lovers, rejoice. A new poll by Public Policy Polling (PPP) found that more than half of American voters (52%) prefer dogs to just 21% who choose cats.
Dogs vs. Citrus, Dogs Reacting to Tasting Citrus Fruits For the First Time. By Rusty Blazenhoff on June 19, 2013. Christian Baker of Tastefully Offensive has made Dogs vs. Citrus, a humorous compilation of “dogs reacting to tasting citrus fruits ...
What are the most aggressive dog breeds? A university study provides ... AnnArbor.com The study included questioning 6,000 dog owners. Breeds that scored lowest for aggression included Bassett hounds, golden retrievers, Labradors, Siberian huskies.
Research project on wildlife crossings on US 93 nearly complete The Missoulian Dale Becker still can't believe how many motorists miss seeing the wildlife overpass arcing over U.S. Highway 93 atop Evaro Hill.
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