Things a reporter learned covering the Westminster dog show«
Chicago Daily Herald
I grew up with dogs (and a cat), as well as a mother who loved dogs — especially
Siberian huskies. We had an illustrated book of dog breeds on the living room bookshelf, and I pored over it so ...Read More
In Egypt, a person bitten by a rabid dog was encouraged to eat the roasted liver of a dog infected with rabies to avoid contracting the disease. The tooth of a dog infected with rabies would also be put in a band tied to the ...Read More
For a change of pace I figured that some fun facts are in order, especially after all the abuse blogs. So, here it goes. If you find this enjoyable there are more dog facts in the archives. I enjoy doing the facts, especially fun facts.
All ...Read More
Forced to Fight and Left to Die
The canines who are most regularly reared for battling are by and large known as “pit bulls”: Staffordshire terriers, American Staffordshire terriers, American bulldogs, and American pit bull terriers. Canines who are utilized for battling are generally kept penned ...Read More
Every year, roughly 2 million canines and felines are butchered for their meat and hide. Examinations have uncovered that these creatures are executed all through Asia and their skins ...Read More
HORRIFYING CAT AND DOG MEAT TRADE IN ASIA
In the Asian cat and dog meat trade, millions of dogs and cats are
cruelly and savagely killed by people who believe the more terrified the
animal is before death, the better the meat tastes.
China, and other Asian ...Read More