HE’S SO STUPID HE CAN’T SCRATCH HIMSELF WITHOUT FALLING DOWN THAT’S CUTE
Written in the Bones. New comic, written by Christopher M. Jones & illustrated by Carey Pietsch.
I’m hoping to have printed copies of this at MOCCA, ABPCC, and TCAF this spring, and SPX in the fall! More info to come.
Me and Carey worked really hard on this comic; if you got something from it I’d love for you to reblog it, and maybe even buy a copy from Carey when she’s in town or even if she’s not. Thanks so much for reading.
"wow today sucks"
"ok today was awesome"
The Roberts family knew they had to put their beloved dog, Duke, to sleep after the cancer began to take over his body. So, they decided to make his final day on Earth his most special.
This is happiness.
Canadian police on the job.
I can’t tell if you’re talking about the dog, or the cops taking pictures of the dog
Play with me!
Golden Retriever / Siberian Husky mix
That is seriously the cutest puppy I’ve ever seen.
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DO NOT FEED YOUR DOGS ICE: DO NOT GIVE DOGS ICE.
Ice and extremely cold water are BAD for dogs.
The comment above about ice/ice cubes being dangerous to dogs is blatantly false. There’s a popular blog post warning of the dangers of giving dogs ice water going around right now that is A HOAX so please don’t spread misinformation, especially worrying people when there’s no validity to back up your claims. There have been rumors that ice and ice water causes a spasm of the stomach muscle in dogs, leading to a swollen stomach, and potentially fatal bloat. These rumors are not true, for a couple of reasons. Firstly, while ice may cause a muscle spasm, this is more likely to cause vomiting. Secondly, if ice caused bloating, then we’d see more cases of bloat during winter in dogs that live outdoors in cold parts of the country, where their water bowl ices over, and this isn’t the case. I think that what is more likely is that dogs are given ice or iced water to drink when they are hot and thirsty, for example after heavy exercise. Under these circumstances, they are very likely to drink a lot of water very quickly, and this is a known risk factor for bloat. To prevent your dog getting bloat, feed several small meals a day instead of one or two large ones, don’t let them drink lots of water at once, and avoid exercise for an hour or so after mealtime.