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Wally the dog gets stuck between two walls

The dog had managed to squeeze itself into a six inch space between two buildings and was unable to move.

Rescuers found the Shar-Pei mix completely stuck and spent an hour freeing him from the tight spot in Cathedral City, California.

The four-year-old dog was pulled out weak and dehydrated but was immediately revived – with a bean-and-cheese burrito.

He was later given the all clear by vets who also gave him the nickname Wally while his owner is traced.

John Walsh, of Riverside County Animal Control, said: ‘Wally got wedged between parallel cinder-block walls.

‘We managed to knock out enough of the blocks to, well, free Wally. He may have been chasing a cat or a rabbit when he got stuck.’

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Ideas To Give Your Pet the Perfect Name

When it comes to naming a pet, it sometimes can come easy and you pick a name and it fits perfectly for you friendly feline or canine friend, but other times it seems like there are no new names out there. If you are searching for a good name for your pet, there are some things you can do to point yourself in the right direction.

First, you should decide what type of name you want to give your pet. Do you want to name him or her a name of a person or do you want to go for something silly and fun? Some people lean towards cute animal names for their pets, while others like to use descriptive names for the pets depending on the breed. If you are still unsure of what kind of name you want to give your new pet, here are some suggestions from pet owners who found the perfect names for their pets. Perhaps this a-z list may trigger you to choose one that you like. Read More →

Pet Rabbit Care

What do pet rabbits eat?

Rabbits would eat just about anything so be careful what you give them. They need to have Timothy hay at will and some Timothy based pellets every day but not more than a quarter of a cup daily. Also give them a handful of greens daily such as spinach, parsley, broccoli and celery. Fruits should be given in moderation as treats. Never give them cereal bars,salty or sugary snacks,nuts or corn.

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Chinchilla

The Chinchilla is a rodent that looks like a cross between a squirrel and a rabbit. A little larger than a guinea pig, the average weight of a chinchilla is between 1 and 4 pounds. In captivity, their life expectancy is around 10 to 20 years. In the wild, the lifespan is in the range of 10 to 15 years. As herbivores, their diet consists of grasses, berries, and plants.

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10 Animals with very unusual eyes

While humans tend to only think about their own vision and eyesight, eyes work in all kinds of different ways, allowing some animals to see in ways that humans can only imagine. Here are a few things you should know about a few animals with highly specialized eyes.

1. Husky

Their cold, steely eyes are perfect for scoping out movement on the desolate steppes. Almond in shape, moderately spaced and set slightly obliquely, the eyes of a Siberian Husky are ice-blue, dark blue, amber, or brown. In some individual dogs, one eye may be brown and the other blue, or a compelling mixture of the two.

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Scientists are dressing up to fool bear cubs

With all the care of loving parents, these giant pandas gently handle a young cub.

But look a little closer and you will see the pair are in fact of scientists attempting to ensure the helpless youngster is not affected by human influence.

The workers were pictured in China’s Sichuan Province carrying out a physical examination of the four-month-old cub while wearing costumes that would not look out of place at a charity fun run.

Who are you? Researchers carefully take the four-month-old cub’s temperature during a physical examination in Hetaoping Research and Conservation Centre for the Giant Panda

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Some Interesting Information About Dolphins

A lot of people consider dolphins to be one among the fish – as they swim in the water. Nevertheless in certainty plain fish who lay eggs, dolphins soften-blooded mammals that give birth to baby dolphins and breathe air. There are many more total characteristics that make dolphins an interesting being on the earth. Read More →

Australian Guy Marries His Dog

An Australian man has married his dog. Joseph Guiso wed Honey, a 5-year-old labrador, in Toowoomba this week.


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The pet rich list

Click “Read More…” button to see top 10 richest pets in the world history

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The Royal History Of The Pomeranian Breed

The Pomeranian breed originated in Lapland and Greenland, with the Spitz sled dogs. The dogs were imported to Europe through Pomerania, where they were bred to a smaller scale. Queen Victoria of Britain in the late 1800s contributed not only to the breed’s popularity but also to the development of the breed. The queen kept over 30 Pomeranians at one time and diminished the size of the breed beyond what earlier breeders had accomplished.

Pomeranians have inspired classical music and artwork over the years. They appeal as much to royalty and celebrities as to everyday people who admire the Pomeranian’s spunky personality.

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