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Please work please work please work please work By: That Goldendoodle

Posted by Daily Animal Cuteness on Thursday, January 18, 2018
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Nissan's X-Trail 4Dogs concept is the perfect car model for dog owners, complete with a pull out shower, a dryer to wash pooches after long walks, a camera in the front so the driver and passenger can keep an eye on their pet, with footage broadcast onto the vehicle's infotainment system. The SUV's boot for pampered pooches also has a slide-away ramp so the family pet can walk into the padded space in comfort. Dogs can settle down into the luxurious bed, help themselves to a drink from the no-spill water bowl or take a snack from the smart dog treat dispenser.

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Mrs. Andrews is a high school math teacher from Texas who lost her beloved cat, Blondie, after being part of her family for over 16 years.  As you can probably imagine, she was absolutely heartbroken. When her students found out about it, they knew they had to do something special. One of Mrs. Andrews' students, Rachel Hanhart, along with a few of her friends, decided they would surprise the math teacher with something that will put a big smile on her face. Watch Mrs. Andrew's reaction to this beautiful gesture by her students.

Via The Dodo
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The extreme temperatures outside leads many pet owners to wondering what they can possibly do about their four legged friends as a result, especially those who are accustomed to placing their animals outdoors for extended periods of time. Some people believe that an animal's fur coat can keep them protected. Others may believe that the animal actually likes it outside. But contrary to these perceptions, many experts believe that our dogs are not able to handle these conditions. One of them is Dr. Ward, who even went so far as to spend the night in a doghouse to see how long they would be able to survive for. He was unable to last for more than four hours, even though he wore all of the necessary layers to keep him warm. Watch his experience and conclusions on this fascinating video. The bottom line is that if it is too cold for us to be spending the night outdoors, it is certainly too cold for your pet. Bear this important lesson in mind. Via: The Dodo