Dogs are taking over the world! Okay, maybe not the whole world, but they are definitely making a name for themselves in the entertainment industry. You’ve probably seen pictures of famous dogs on social media with millions of followers, and now some of them are getting movie deals and even book deals. It seems like anything a dog does is adorable and worth following, and we can’t get enough of their antics.


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Cesar Millan advises pet owners not to get emotional when looking for a dog

The Covid-19 pandemic caused people to be stuck at home and it has lead to the great pet adoption of 2020-2021. If you’ve been looking for a new companion, chances are you have been asked to pay high prices or join long wait lists. Unfortunately, this has also lead to many pet friends getting abandoned.

Dog Has Waited 4 Years For Her Forever Home

Our hero of the story Sue, who has shown infinite patience, was rescued on August 22, 2017. That is four years ago, and four years she has been waiting to be adopted at the RSPCA’s Bath Cats and Dogs Home. She was rescued as a as a puppy and has lived most of her live at the shelter.

Prancer the Demonic Chihuahua Adopted – No Regrets

For those that remember, Prancer the demonic chihuahua was almost unadoptable until the Internet stepped in. Dubbed as the a “Chucky doll in a dog’s body,” she has managed to find a home, showing the world that there is someone for everyone if they don’t give up. And now she has her own Instagram profile: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Prancer (@prancerthechihuahua) “It’s been absolute heaven, even through the struggles, because life is about struggles,” Davis said in a podcast interview. “

Sad Dog Has the Most Amazing Transformation

Two days from being put to sleep, Clementine, was given a second chance. And it lead to the most amazing transformation. Elizabeth Cossairt saw her photo online after Clementine had been captured by animal control roaming the streets of Southern California.

Two Smart Dogs Reinvent The Game of Fetch

Leyla and Bear, two clever dogs, have reinvented an age of past time and we love them for it. Clearly these dogs enjoy each others company but dogs need more than a companion. They need excercise.

Chrissy Teigen’s Beloved Dog Pippa Passes Away

Chrissy Teigen is grieving over the death of her beloved dog Pippa, who she says “died in her arms”. The social media icon and instafamous celebrity entertainer shared an sad update with fans on Thursday afternoon (July 15) and said that her dog had just passed “not long ago.” “our beautiful little pippa just died in my arms, not long ago,” Chrissy wrote on Instagram. “she was 10, I remember picking her up in Gainesville and documenting our trip home. She was a sassy broad – loved her pearl necklace and never took shit from ANY new dog we brought in.

Dog From Brazil Learns to Ring Doorbell Like a Human

Dog get up to all kinds of mischief and learn new tricks in the process, this dog is way ahead of the curve. Sneaking out is the easy part for the most part, getting back inside is the most difficult part of the journey. But not for this little guy.

Senior Dog and a Little Girl – Best Friends Through a Glass Door

Sheitan spent most of her life alone, tied up, and outside as a farm dog. Then came Bridget Hammond, and her life changed forever. The 12-year-old boxer mix is so grateful for any companionship and this sweet girl was more than happy to oblige The 12-year-old boxer now gets to snuggle with kittens, people, and friends. “She’s just so easygoing.

French Bulldog The Mayor of Kentucky Town

If you missed the news in 2020, the tiny town of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky, decided they had enough of human’s leading the pack. In a close race with Pitbull incumbent Brynneth Pawltro, French Bulldog Wilbur became the town’s new mayor on November 3, 2020. Wilbur’s won by a narrow margin but his campaign slogan gave him the advantage, “Give me liberty or give me… Milk-Bones”.

New Statue Honors Sully the Service Dog

Sully the Service Dog was sworn in as a Facility Dog at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in February 2019. Then in November 2020, Sully’s devotion and loyalty were honored with a new statue near his home on Long Island.