Did you spend the night sleeping in a pool of your own sweat? Or on the bathroom floor maybe? Or perhaps you had the overhead fan on, but it wasn’t doing enough, so you opened the windows and slathered on insect repellent, only to wake up every two hours to the agony of an oblong-shaped mosquito bite on the one…
A brief cautionary tale about how, if you really think about it, what you see is definitely what you get, especially if what you get (a “dog”) spends three months under your care and starts to resemble something else entirely.
The New York Times is here to debunk the myth that pet owners who allow their pets to sleep in their bed suffer from worse sleep than those who slumber blissfully alone., just in case you were wondering!!
On Tuesday, the world at large learned that Barbra Streisand cloned her beloved dog Sammie, resulting in two genetic duplicates, Miss Violet and Miss Scarlett. Today, Streisand has revealed the rationale behind this decision.
In case you had any doubts, having a dog in your life will definitely increase your chances of meeting the new love of your life. Or, you know, just getting laid.
Sometime in 2017, Barbra Streisand lost Samantha, her beloved Coton du Tulear dog, to death—the one enemy that will eventually come for us all. Prior to Samantha’s death, Streisand did what any pet owner with a mall in her basement would: she harvested cells from Samantha’s stomach and mouth and had her cloned.
In 2014, skier and silver medalist Gun Kenworthy, with his ex Robin Macdonald, shined a light on Sochi’s mass dog extermination by bringing five strays home and adopting two (who, by the way, are doing great.) He has now adopted a puppy from a dog meat farm, which sounds as hellish as, well, “dog meat farm”:
Dogs are infiltrating every corner of public life. Where there were once clear rules—no dogs in grocery stores, cafes, or the workplace—are now just gentle suggestions. Big Dog is getting its way.
A celebrity dog I never heard of or met in person has passed, and now my emotions are involved.
Moby—yes, that Moby, the one who looks like every white man in Park Slope struggling to reconcile his artistic dreams with his responsibilities as a parent—is part of a bizarre movement to make the dog shelters of Los Angeles meat-free. Lisa Bloom is on board, too.
The trailer for Bitch, Marianna Palka’s second film, presents it as a comedy—a dark comedy, but a comedy just the same. Laugh at the father who doesn’t know how to be a parent; giggle at whatever dark magic it was that made the wife snap and turn into a dog. What actually transpires over the course of this film,…
Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiaba, two women from Honolulu, have been lost at sea for five months after setting out on a 2,700 mile trip to Tahiti. On Wednesday, they were rescued by the US Navy.
No doubt exhausted from the mental and physical anguish of issuing limp apologies on Twitter for his treatment of actress Hilarie Burton, Ben Affleck has summoned the strength to take on a new friend.
This is an image of 21 dogs on a flat-bottom boat taken last Sunday in Houston, according to Today, brought together by a serendipitous outpouring of dog love.
Always look to the dogs.
Much like the Simpsons at the end of “Bart vs. Australia,” Amber Heard is having the last laugh almost two years after her feud with the continent began. But before we get into this beautiful tale of revenge, allow me to give you a little refresher on this historic thunder-from-Down-Under.
A retired deaf hunting dog returned home after nine months lost in the Idaho mountains, and Good Morning America caught wind of the story, God bless their hearts.
This is not a column about pet care, nor should it be, but my turn to contribute came about a month after I adopted a puppy, whom I named Louise, so pretty much the only shit I bought was shit for her.
Last night, during a pleasant dinner with a few colleagues, conversation turned to this tweet: