Yahoo Web Search

  • FirefoxTry Yahoo Search on Firefox »
    1. Sort by

    1. Those puppy eyes can help a dog bond with owner

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 16 11:21 AM

      NEW YORK (AP) — Oh, those puppy eyes.

    2. Humans Can't Resist Those Puppy-Dog Eyes

      MedicineNet.comApr 17 21:29 PM

      Title: Humans Can't Resist Those Puppy-Dog Eyes Category: Health News Created: 4/16/2015 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 4/17/2015 12:00:00 AM

    3. Puppy farm laws fast-tracked

      Sydney Morning HeraldApr 17 21:35 PM

      The RSPCA and local councils will have new powers to seize animals from abusive breeders under laws that have been fast-tracked by the state government.

    4. Kurri Kurri puppy killer Nathan Thompson has been banned from having anything to do with animals for at least 10 years.

    5. Puppy rescued after falling 50 feet into old well casing

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 08 14:40 PM

      FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A puppy in California apparently is doing OK after he fell about 50 feet down an old well casing and was rescued by firefighters.

    6. A mother searches for her autistic daughter's puppy, Gus, who went missing in Northglenn.

    7. Despite setback, puppy mill foes fight on

      WRAL.com RaleighApr 16 10:02 AM

      A bill to license and regulate large commercial dog breeders is likely off the table for the session, but animal advocates say they'll continue to push for basic standards of care for dogs in those facilities.

    8. The collection began after a groomer in Hershey, PA requested a pendant that included a pair of sterling silver scissors with a Puppy Paw® dangling from the thumb ring. Now the collection as grown to include sterling silver as well as 14k white and yellow gold shears that can sport the wide variety and sizes of Puppy Paws®. Earrings are coming soon. The scissor pendants are approximately 1” long...

    9. 'Puppy Eyes' Help Dogs Bond with Humans, Study Suggests

      LiveScience.com via Yahoo! NewsApr 16 11:08 AM

      Because dogs don't otherwise use eye contact as a way to cement bonds with other dogs, the study researchers suggest that man's best friend may have gotten its prized place in human hearts by tapping into an ancient human bonding pathway. "We humans use eye gaze for affiliative communications, and are very much sensitive to eye contact," study co-author Takefumi Kikusui, a professor of ...

    10. The agriculture minister says jail terms and fines for dog breeding offences could be increased.

    1. Ads
      related to puppy
    1. 123454,736 results