Monday, June 29, 2009

Put Me on the Team

Too bad I wasn't on the U.S. soccer team for the battle against Brazil. We could've taken 'em. There's always next year.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Working Like a Dog

The Boston Globe posted photos of Take Your Dog to Work Day. Paws up to that! I'm partial to No. 8 of Bruce Barnett and Chloe. Work makes me sleepy, too.

Tilda Picks Tallulah as The Weekly Monster


Tilda in the Burbs picks Tallulah as The Weekly Monster. She's pretty doggone cute. And I love popcorn, too!

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

"A Breed Apart" Gives Mutts Their Props

Martha Stewart features the new book A Breed Apart: A Celebration of the New American Mutt by Amanda Jones. The sweet portraits illuminate the beauty of mutts in all their glory. Paws up!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Take Your Dog to Work Day 6/26 (Alternative)

This Friday, June 26, is Take Your Dog to Work Day! Not all workplaces are open to this fabulous holiday. But Mami's supervisor has thought of an alternative: Bring a photo of your beloved to the office and post in a public space -- like the breakroom bulletin board. People could even try to match owners with their dogs. Paws up to all the workplaces who welcome four-legged friends!

Oprah Goes to the Dogs




Paws up to Oprah Winfrey! She dedicated the entire June issue of O magazine to pets! Photo by Pamela Hanson.

What's in a Name?

CBS 4 in New York reports "Half of Pet Owners Give Pets Human Names." Not surprising at all, considering how much we mean to our human companions. Best line from 10-year-old Sebastian Parks: "I think it is better to treat dogs like humans because some people treat them badly and they don't deserve to be treated that way." Paws up, Sebastian!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Haute Dogs

Harper's Bazaar puts pooches (and their celebrity companions, like Isaac Mizrahi) in the spotlight. Paws up to that! Photo by Martin Schoeller, Harper's Bazaar.

Lola Likes Carrots video

Mami & Papi just discovered that I like carrots. Oh, so crunchy and sweet.