Dogs are pros at making you feel better when you’ve had a bad day or you’re couch-bound while sick, and they can help other people feel the same expansive dog love with a little training. Training your dog to be a therapy dog means they’ll be able bring joy to children who are stuck in the hospital, provide…
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- How to Train Your Dog for Therapy Service
By Heather Yamada-Hosley - Monday Jun 12, 2017
- Japan to use cancer-sniffing dogs to help early detection
By Yvette Tan - Monday Jun 19, 2017
A town in Japan with high rates of stomach cancer is turning to sniffer dogs for help.
Kaneyama, a town in northeastern Japan with 6,000 residents, has Japan's highest fatality rates stemming from stomach cancer, local reports say.
The town is now taking part in a research programme, in which residents' frozen urine samples are sent to the Nippon Medical School, just east of Tokyo. At the school, dogs are trained to sniff out signs of disease.
Dogs have some 300 million sensors in their nose, compared to five million in a human. They also have a second smelling device in the back of their noses, the combination of which allows trained dogs to detect cancerous tumours — which is said to give out a specific odour. Read more...More about Health, Dogs, Japan, Cancer, and World
- Turn your dog into a disco ball with this light up vest
By Alex Humphreys - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
- Terrified dog does not want to be anywhere near hamster, thanks
By Chloe Bryan - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
We all have our own irrational fears — and the less sense they make, the worse they often are.
This dog, for example, is afraid of this tiny hamster, even though it is much, much larger than the hamster and would certainly win in a fight.
Just don't make eye contact, dog! Don't do it! Read more...More about Dogs, Animals, Viral Videos, Hamsters, and Culture
- A Former Navy SEAL On The Hidden Influencers In Every Team
By Chris Fussell - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
To spot who they are, have every new hire follow this rule for 90 days.
In 2010, I was an executive officer in the Navy, splitting my time between U.S. headquarters and being deployed to an international location. This arrangement proved tricky as my responsibilities at headquarters grew, so I was authorized to hire a civilian to handle budget management, equipment maintenance, travel, and training coordination, among other functions.
- Woman mistakes rattlesnake for dog toy, inspires nation to stay indoors forever
By Laura Vitto - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
In what has put the nation off outdoor activity until further notice, a California woman mistook a baby rattlesnake for a dog toy in her own backyard.
Per KRON4, Carla Portocarerro Rosso of Calabasas, California, thought she was reaching for her dog's toy rope, and instead picked up a small snake lurking in her backyard. Despite the scare, she and the dog were fine.
The rest of us? Not so much. Read more...More about Watercooler, Animals, Culture, Snake, and Rattlesnake
- Adorable little dog was reportedly saved by mouth-to-nose resuscitation
By Johnny Lieu - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who knows doggy CPR, so when man's best friend is in trouble, improvisation is key.
Glenn Rowe, a farmer from Wimmera in Australia, claimed he saved the life of his kelpie Jack when the dog was lifeless after accidentally strangling himself on a lead attached to a quad bike.
"I thought crikey, he's not looking too good, he was all glassy eyed — yeah, he was cactus," Rowe told radio station 3AW.
Rowe leapt into action by giving the dog a bit of improvised CPR. The farmer pumped him on the chest, which wasn't effective. So then he started blowing into his nose. Read more...More about Australia, Dogs, Animals, Dog, and Culture
- Jowls for days: Meet the 2017 World's Ugliest Dog winner
By Chloe Bryan - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
The 2017 World's Ugliest Dog winner is perhaps the floppiest yet.
Martha, a three-year-old 125-pound Neapolitan Mastiff from Sebastopol, California, took the top prize at the Petaluma competition on Friday. Martha will triumphantly return home with $1,500, a trophy, and a free trip to New York City for media appearances.
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And she seems absolutely thrilled.
Martha reportedly won over the judges the way we'd all like to — by lying down and not doing anything, even when she was supposed to.
This year's second and third place winners were Moe, a Brussels griffon pug, and Chase, a Chinese crested-Harke mix. They are both beautiful. Read more...More about Dogs, Animals, World S Ugliest Dog, Culture, and Animals