Do you remember those dog news happened in 2018?
1.Pack of dogs at Ohio doggie daycare pose for world’s greatest selfie
The viral photo was posted on Facebook by a Cincinnati doggie daycare with the caption, “A bunch of goofballs!”
2. World record! Olathe chihuahua gives birth to 11 puppies
A little dog may have won a spot in the record books by having a very big litter. Unleashed Animal Rescue says it will be about 10 weeks before they’re ready for adoption.
3. Adorable moment a dog rescues a little girl from ocean waves
Deciding it was too dangerous for the little one to continue her leisurely swim, the pooch gently grabbed hold of her shirt with his teeth and dragged her towards the beach.
4. Dogs dressed up in their best for the holidays
Experts say a large proportion of those “pet parents” will pony up when it comes to gifts for their furry friends. They enjoy the holiday with their owners together.
5. Dog gives birth to eight puppies in Florida airport
Eleanor ‘Ellie’ Rigby, a two-year-old yellow Labrador who serves as a guide dog, delivered the pups with the help of Tampa Fire Rescue’s medical team. Dogs are normally pregnant for around 65 days. Flying with a dog past 45 days is not recommended as it could induce early labour.
6. Loyal service dog gets an honorary college degree
Griffin accompanied Hawley to classes at Clarkson University in Potsdam — as well as to her internship in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where she helped soldiers with disabilities.
7. Canadian dog ‘arrested’ after running off to chase deer
Reid Thompson and his girlfriend were on a hiking trail in Kenora, Ontario. Over the weekend when they let Finn off his leash. Someone called the police because Finn ran away and attacked a deer.
8. Photos of service dogs at Disneyland are truly the most heartwarming thing
A group of service dogs got together to hang out at Disneyland for the day, and the pictures prove the group of floofy friends were an even bigger attraction than the rides.
9.Perth Doberman gives birth to 18 puppies
Staff at West Coast Veterinary Clinic in Forrestdale saw 18 healthy Doberman puppies born from four-year-old Sassy on Monday. Veterinarian Aaron Raney led a team of 10 to perform a caesarian on Sassy, which took about 90 minutes.
10. Returned to shelter 4 times, ‘unmanageable’ dog becomes a real-life hero
Ruby is one of several dogs featured in “Searchdog,” an award-winning documentary about search and rescue specialists and their K9s.