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Prince - The White English Terrier That Lived at the Octagon House

Towards the latter half of the 19th century, the popularity of purebred dog paintings was at an all time high. Newly acquired pets by society were all the rage and many artists were commissioned to capture their likeness in oil on canvas. 860 more words


Doggie Diaries - Part 5: Doggie Skool - Faster, Higher, Stronger

There once was a time when you could quit school in Grade 4, spend a decade amassing life experience – bailing hay, sexing chickens, sorting mail, rolling nickels – before ascending to your rightful position as president of a multinational corporation. 645 more words

Doggie Diaries

Drop dead gorgeous, the Westminster kennel club edition

February is one of the least interesting months of the year, it ranks right up there with November but without the sexy lure of the food coma inducing day we like to call Thanksgiving and the four-day weekend most of us get to go along with it.  733 more words

Totally True Stories

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

I apologize for no posts the past 2 days. Being in the middle of a 12 day work week and doing 7 hours of weather coverage has made me waaaaay to exhausted to do anything. 626 more words

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The Best Dogs and Bitches: Behind the Scene Photos at the Westminster Dog Show

Last night, Miss P., an elegant 15-inch Beagle took top honors at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, somewhat eclipsing the other very fine dogs and bitches who competed alongside her. 99 more words


The second-ever beagle to win: Miss P named Best in Show at prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

(CNN) — Talk about intense competition.

The award-winning cousin of President Obama’s dog was in the mix. So was the famed pooch of kidnapped heiress, bank robber and actress Patty Hearst. 108 more words