Well, this should surely teach people not to mess with Selena Gomez!
However, that's no reason to get physical, gurl!
Ch-ch-check out the pap pushing vid...AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Every dog needs to learn to walked on a leash right?
So how do you do it? Should the leash be loose or tight as whip!
Follow these steps from ADW to learn how to loose lead your doggie!
CLICK THE JUMP!!!
Behold the power of cheese! OR should we say money?! LOLz!
This mouse is an independent woman and when she wants a snack, she doesn't want any handouts.
In fact, she's not afraid to spend a little cash to get what she wants!
The mouse empties her imaginary piggy bank to buy herself a treat and we know she's going to enjoy every bit of her new meal.
Watch (above) as this mouse understands the dog eat dog world of business.
Next, this mouse will try to do what she always does….
Try and take over the WORLD!!!!!! BWAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
Have you wondered why Fido likes to chew on your favorite things?
Chances are, he or she could be sick…or worse…bored! Dogs need plenty of stimulation, physically and mentally, and if there's no love…they don't have any love for your stuff!
So how do you stop your cutie from chewing on the wrong things???
Follow these tips from the ASPCA to find out!
On Tuesday, we told U about New Zealand's SPCA wanting to train dogs to drive.
Now, it's time to get a little back story about the three dogs that will be hitting the asphalt behind the wheel of a Mini Cooper!
With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting a future prince or princess, their pooch Lupo might not like his new company right away!
So the Banfield Pet Hospital has offered up a few tips for William and Kate to acclimate their new bundle of joy with their precocious pup!
And we can use these tips too!
While this may seem like good news for dolphins, there is a catch-22 about being replaced.
For years, the United States Navy has trained dolphins and sea lions to locate enemy mines underwater as well as enemy divers.
Dolphins were trained to alert sailors of mines while sea lions placed claws on swimmers, forcing them to stop.
Now the Navy has made robots to help detect mines
We're glad to hear Cesar Millan has put the past behind him and he's ready to move on!
The dog trainer is saying goodbye to his Dog Whisperer gig, and he's going to start his new lease on life with a new book, new TV show, and hopefully a new fiancee!
In the new TV show, Cesar Millan: The Real Story, Cesar will detail his suicide attempt in 2010 for the first time.