Why dogs dancing the conga?
Because it’s my birthday.
I got an e-card that featured this video.
It made me smile. Hope it does you, too.
The Humane Society of the United States says this dog — one of more than 200 the organization assisted in removing from a Tennessee puppy mill last week — is dancing for joy.
At the very least, she’s headed for a better life than that afforded at Gayla’s Poodle Palace, in Sparta, Tennessee, where dismal conditions led the White County Sheriff’s office to seize 225 dogs.
Nearly 100 of the dogs, mostly small, designer breed puppies, were shipped to Chicago in a trailer, with others being sent to shelters and rescues in Nashville and Bowling Green, Kentucky, WPTV reported.
“These animals are very relieved,” said Justin Scally, the manager of the Puppy Mill Task Force for the HSUS. “There’s a noticeable difference from the time that they were removed from the puppy mill and were placed in the emergency shelter, and each day they have gotten better.”
Volunteers were cleaning and evaluating the dogs this week before placing them up for adoption.
Posted by John Woestendiek April 29th, 2010 under Muttsblog, videos.
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An 11-year-old dog named Chandi dazzled the judges with her dancing on an episode of “Britain’s got Talent” that aired Saturday.
And her owner wasn’t bad, either.
A piano and violin teacher named Tina and her rescue dog Chandi performed a dance — Chandi with a sore on her leg, no less — that led to a standing ovation from the audience and the judges.
Posted by John Woestendiek April 19th, 2010 under Muttsblog, videos.
Tags: animals, britain's got talent, chandi, dance, dancing, dancing dog, dancing with dogs, dogs, news, ohmidog!, pets, television, tina, tv, world canine freestyle organization
What better way to celebrate the New Year than with a dancing dog?