Tag: pug

  • Flopsy, Mopsy…and a Cottontail or two

    Let’s be honest, animals with floppy ears are darn cute! Have you ever noticed though that no wild animals have floppy ears? This is due to a fascinating phenomenon called “domestication syndrome”. Essentially it’s a deformity which has occurred over time; regardless, I wouldn’t take them any other way!

  • Perplexion Plus

    “Did I not hear them correctly?” “Why on earth are they doing that?” “I can’t believe what I’m seeing!” I’m sure we’ve all said or thought at least one of these things (if not all of them) at some stage of our lives. Confusion is something we all experience, and these poor animals have got […]

  • Big Boned

    Dogs are pretty intense when it comes to their food, and there’s nothing most of them like more than a large juicy bone. These pups all seem to have overcompensated for their size and are making up for it with the largest bones they can find!

  • New Year’s Eve

    Most of us will have experienced the feeling of a shocking hangover at some stage in our lives, given that we’re legal, and I think we’d all agree it’s a place we’d rather not revisit! These poor animals look like they celebrated far too well the night before, so here’s hoping you take it easy […]

  • Astute Hounds

    A few weeks back I did a post on Astute Kitties, well now it’s time for their canine counterparts to feature! There’s something about glasses that gives the wearer a distinct air of being intelligent, whether this may be the case of not…some of these hounds definitely leave us wondering!

  • Dogs Catching Treats

    These wonderful images are the work of Christian Vieler, a photographer from Waltrop Germany. Christian began his journey back in 2012 when the journalist purchased a new camera. Christian’s belief is that “dogs faces have magnificent lineaments, telling us stories of panic, desire and joy.”

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 2

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 1

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • It’s Party Time!

    Who doesn’t love a good party?! Birthdays, Anniversaries, Weddings, etc., they’re all great excuses to let your hair (or fur!) down and really have some fun! And the presents that might come along too, well that’s just a bonus! These cuties certainly seem to be enjoying their special occasion, so take a moment to celebrate […]

  • Sun Worshippers

    The ancient Egyptians had the sun god Ra/Re whom they used to worship, but these cute critters are focusing directly on enjoying the warming pleasures of the Sun. Whilst we all need to be careful of too much time in the sun, 15-20mins daily is fantastic for our health.