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Corgi dog race raises thousands
Thanks to hundreds of corgi lovers, thousands of dollars was recently raised for the Saskatoon SPCA.
On June 5th a unique event took place at the Martensville Curling Club which saw more than 35 corgis participating in different races, according to an article from Global News.
“We just love corgis. We think they’re a really unique breed, and they’re actually becoming more and more trendy these days, so we just wanted people to come out and enjoy a laugh,” said the event’s media liaison Kate Kading, adding that corgis have been getting plenty of attention since the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Best 10 Dog Films of All Time
Nothing is more heartwarming than a good dog film. From classics like Old Yeller to modern hits like Bolt, films with our canines as stars make us laugh, cry, and feel all the feels.
Aptly called “furry stars,” it seems like dog films always come out on top no matter the budget or the genre. And we’re not just talking about box office numbers (though, yes, many of these have made a killing). These movies have stood the test of time, becoming classics in their own right.
10 Best Dogs with Small Children
Do you know what makes children and dogs a perfect match? Their boundless energy, playful personalities, and love of life. All that’s missing is a wagging tail.
We’ve all seen this scene before, where a small child is playing with an oversized dog, and it’s just the cutest thing ever. But not every dog is a good fit for a home with small children. Some breeds are simply too high energy, while others have a history of aggression.
The Magic of Dog Companionship for LGBTQIA+ People
Pride Month celebrates the beauty of LGBTQIA+ culture and community. It honours the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan, which was the catalyst for the gay liberation movement in the United States.
During Pride Month, we acknowledge the struggles experienced by the LGBTQIA+ community during the fight for equality and justice. Acceptance of the LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way, but in 2022, its progress is still being gravely threatened.