Friday, April 16, 2010

Around the Intarwebz

University of Guelph professor is creating a video game to help children, aged 3-6, learn how to better and more safely interact with dogs. Neat idea.

A 9-yr-old Akita is declared dangerous after he broke free from his minuscule tether and killed a small dog being walked on lead.

Cats recognize faces faster and more efficiently than supercomputers. This is further evidence of their inherent evilness.

Lucas County commissioners won't let new director do her job.

80 dogs go missing from a shelter. It didn't take long for employees to notice, though. Their relocation is not known - it's a Native American reservation and it involves spirit guides (apparently every Native American wants a dog, tru fax).

A man in Calgary has been banned from owning pets for 10 years after he assaulted his wife and tried to hang her dog.

Man beats off a Greyhound with a broom after the dog attacks a smaller, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

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