State troopers were shocked to discover a pit bull behind the wheel during an intense high-speed chase.
The two-legged pup lives life to the fulles and has been crowned Cadbury USA’s 2020 Easter Bunny.
“I wish I was beautiful so someone would want me to be their dog," Jubilee "wrote" on Facebook (with the help of her caregivers).
"I've never been asked to leave anywhere because of my dog," Mann, who served in the Army for 11 years, said.
Hannah Westmoreland's service dog, Dallas, was let out for his regular dip in the family's pond but was later found bleeding from a gunshot wound.
A Wisconsin homeowner started the new year with the fright of her life when she found a stranger asleep in her living room, snuggling with her dog.
"He's a part of our family, a very important part," Diana Alvarado said about her stolen dog, Smokey. "They just took a member of our family."
An Arizona woman turned her dog into a meme when she dressed the pooch in a neon pink kevlar vest with porcupine-like quills — aka a Coyote Vest.
Jennarae Nicole Goodbar, 12, was chasing after her dog, Cash, on Saturday when the two were killed by an oncoming car. They'll be buried together on Saturday.
Maybe she's not texting you back because her dog is better company? Many women are so taken with their pooches, they'd rather spend time with them than with partners or family, according to a survey.
"My hero of a puppy Todd saved me," Godwin shared on Facebook. "He jumped right in front of my leg where I surely would have got bit."
Dogs have a keen sense of smell thanks to 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses, compared to humans which possess six million.
Chinese New Year is on Friday and this year it’s all about man’s (and woman’s) best friend: the dog. So, to mark the occasion, several brands are celebrating with new capsule collections honoring our four-legged friends. For example, canines got the Gucci treatment with a line including shoes, handbags, wallets, backpacks, sweaters, denim shorts, hoodies, bomber jackets, scarves, and jewelry all using the same dog print made by the artist Helen Downie and inspired by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michelle’s own two Boston Terriers.When it comes to kicks, both Adidas and Vans launched their own styles commemorating the holiday. Vans teamed up with SANKUANZ for a footwear and apparel collection that highlights the brand’s rebellious ethos and revolves around a “mad dog” theme. And adidas released an exclusive Ultraboost pair of sneakers which features a black and red color way.But when it comes to merch (specifically tees) you can count on BAPE and Dover Street Market to have your back. From BAPE’s iconic ape paired alongside a dog in black, red or white crewneck sweatshirts, hoodies, and tees to a series of collaborations that Dover Street Market made with brands like Nike, Stussy, and Noah and artists like Bianca Chandon and Nick Cave, you’ve got plenty of cool ‘Year of the Dog’ tops to choose from. So, if you’re down for all of DSM’s collabs, mark your calendars on Feb 16. But if you want more options, we’ve rounded up our favorite dog inspired items. Needless to say, all of the pups featured are good boys (and girls).Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Alice + Olivia rewrites Bill of Rights to reflect women’s rights at fashion week presentation • These hairy heels have a surprising connection to ‘Black Panther’ and natural hair • How this fashion designer is banking on your love for ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Harry Potter,’ and ‘Twilight’Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
"For the first time that day he moved his arm in attempts to pet his Lil Fee," she says. "It was a moment I’ll never forget."
Dog mom of Lena and Olive carries her puppy around in a Baby Björn. The photos are hilarious — and it’s not even for Halloween.
(All images via Twitter/myouonnin)With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about not only your own costume, but how you’re going to dress up your furry friend.Thankfully, a Japanese woman named Semba is giving us some economical costume inspiration, modelling clever cardboard creations on her chihuahua, Chihuahua-mametaro. Click through the gallery above to see some of the best looks and let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Happy National Dog Day! To celebrate we’ve rounded up the trendiest canines on Instagram that’ll inspire you to up your style game.Click through the gallery to see more and let us know if we’ve missed anyone by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
The average American family spends $1,700 on clothes annually, but a Canadian dog has a budget much bigger than that. The big spender is Toby, a 10-year-old Maltese who became Instafamous because of his cute face and love of fashion. The dog’s handle, @toby_littledude, is managed by his owner, Joyce Chen. Since she started the account, it’s acquired more than 100,000 followers. “I put my sunglasses on Toby one day and noticed that he didn’t mind them,” Chen told ABC News. “I snapped a photo and shared it online and people seemed to love it. This is how Toby’s ‘modeling’ career started.”As Toby’s following grew, he also developed a sense of style all his own, no longer borrowing pieces from Chen. “Toby doesn’t mind wearing the outfits or glasses,” she said. “It only takes me a few seconds to snap a few photos and then he gets a ton of treats. The key to our photo shoots is to always make it fun and rewarding.” She soon started spending serious cash on gingham shirts, baseball jerseys, funky hats, bowties, and more. Chen admitted that she’ll spend around $80 per ensemble. And like any true fashionista, Toby isn’t an outfit repeater. The costs add up, but the cuteness makes it all worth it. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
I dress my dog up for Halloween every year. Her first year, we couldn’t decide on just one costume so she had four: a ladybug, a monkey, a pumpkin and a clown. We switched things up for each walk. And I’m not alone.According to The Star, 20 million Americans dress up their pets each year. A Halloween Spending survey conducted by the National Retail Federation found that “pet costumes at Halloween will hit $350-million in sales in the U.S. this year.” Not a small price for turning Rover into say, a ghost, a lobster or a banana peel. Click through the gallery above to see what’s got everyone reaching for their wallets:
Three became four, yesterday as George Clooney and Amal brought home Millie, a bassett hound from the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society.Not the first celebrity couple to advocate for animal adoption, we’ve rounded up some of the cutest furry friends rescued by Hollywood stars.Click through the gallery above to get a cuteness overload::