Most Popular Dog Breeds on Instagram

Dogs on Instagram – Most Popular Breeds on Instagram

Ever heard the term, “It Girl?” It’s used to describe a young woman who is so attractive and charismatic that everyone either wants to get to know her, or wants to be her.

Well, if social media is any indication, humans haven’t cornered the market on personality and looks. People post photos and videos of their dogs as often as they do selfies, and almost as often as they post food pics. So much so, that we’ve devoted this edition of “Animal Facts” to the doggy darlings of Instagram—the “It Dogs,” 10 breeds most frequently posted on Instagram.

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Best Dogs For Zombie Apocalypse

Best Dog Breeds For Zombie Apocalypse

Many of us have been on lockdown for the past few weeks in an effort to stop a scourge that has been likened to the plague. You thought it could never happen in our time, but it has…and if what we’re experiencing now could happen, anything can—including the zombie apocalypse. Since you have all this free time on your hands, now is the time to make a supply list so you’ll be prepared…you know, just in case. You’ll need bread of every kind, milk, eggs, rubbing alcohol, drinking alcohol, hand sanitizer, and of course—toilet paper, but did you know that you’ll also need a dog? We did, and in this episode of Animal Facts, we’re going to share our picks for the best dogs to help you survive the zombie apocalypse.

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Dogs Of War - A History of Military Dogs

Dogs in Warfare – A History of Military Dogs

From the Roman Molossian to Sergeant Stubby to Conan the Belgian Malinois that helped US forces take out ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, let’s look at how dogs have changed the face of war.

Dogs have certain attributes and physiological traits that make them more than suitable for certain jobs. Intelligence is the most important trait that any working dog must possess. Add affection, loyalty and empathy to the mix and you’ve got the makings of a great therapy or service dog. But when those virtues are combined with alertness, courage and tenacity, you get one of the canine elite, a military or “war dog”—a dog that is in the service.

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