The world of Hollywood is filled with glitz, glamour, and oh, let’s not forget about fur babies. Yes, that’s right – celebrity pets are just as famous as their owners. From fancy designer dogs to exotic animals like tigers and monkeys, these pampered pets live a life most of us can only dream about. But just how far will celebrities go for their furry friends?
The Story of Chaser “The World’s Smartest Dog”Chaser was a Border Collie that could recall over 1,000 words, giving her the largest tested memory of any animal. And she could also do basic math!
Dogs of John Wick: The Definitive Guide to the Dogs of the Films and CastIn this guide, we look at the canine costars from the John Wick films, along with the real-life dogs of each cast member!
The History of “Air Bud” and Buddy the Basketball-Playing Golden RetrieverDid you know Buddy, who starred in the 1997 film "Air Bud", had a professional career in basketball prior to becoming a Hollywood actor?
George Foreman’s German Shepherd: Rumble in the Jungle in Africa to Paris
George Foreman accompanied by his German Shepherd Dago at a press conference in Paris, in the lead up to the Rumble in the Jungle 1974. In October 1974, George Foreman, the undefeated world heavyweight champion at the time, and Muhammad Ali, the former heavyweight champion, were set to face off in a historic boxing match in Kinshasa, Zaire (now Democratic Republic of the Congo). This event was dubbed “The Rumble in the Jungle” and was held at the 20th May Stadium (now the Stade Tata Raphaël). An estimated 1 billion people worldwide tuned in to watch the fight, and it grossed approximately $100 million (inflation-adjusted, $500 million) in worldwide revenue.
The Painting of Looty: A Tribute to Queen Victoria’s Beloved Companion
Queen Victoria’s beloved Pekingese dog, Looty, was more than just a pet – he was her dearest companion. To honor the memory of their special bond, she commissioned an exquisite painting that still stands as one of the Royal Collection’s most prized possessions today! Over one hundred and sixty years later, the painting stands as a serene reminder of time well spent together and loyalty beyond measure.