The fashion expert says the blonde beauty's pit bull:
The fashion expert says the blonde beauty's pit bull:
Last week, the pit bull named Scout — whose claim to fame was his uncanny ability to balance almost anything on his head — passed away at 12 years old.
The viral sensation from Stuff On Scout's Head had been pretty sick lately, battling diabetes, suffering from seizures, and even had a tumor removed.
On Tuesday, his owner, Jen Gillen, took to Instagram to reveal that her precious pup had passed, posting an adorable image of the sweet pooch, and broke the sad news in a lengthy caption, writing:
"Last Wednesday after a tough year so far, Scout has passed peacefully. It's taken a week for me to find the right wording to break the news and I don't even think this does him justice. I wish you all could have given him a hug as a final goodbye, there would have been a line as far as the eye could see - I swear he was fuelled through the last few months by love entirely."
She continued to detail his recent health struggles, adding:
This is just awful in every way.
A family in Fresno, California is currently suffering through the biggest nightmare any new parent could imagine after their pet dogs accidentally killed their newborn daughter.
According to police, the 3-day-old infant named Susie Kirby was left alone on the couch for mere seconds on Monday afternoon when the family's two shar pei/pit bull mixes entered the living room and proceeded to kill her.
It's unclear whether the baby was bitten or simply too small to endure any sort of rough-housing from the animals, but regardless, the local Central California SPCA has confirmed both dogs have to be euthanized.
The 33-year-old mother says she left her daughter on the couch for just a few moments as she went to the bathroom, and returned to the living room after hearing a short scream.
Apparently, the woman thought her older brother's two dogs were tied up outside, but that was unfortunately not the case.
The case is still being investigated by Police, but they do not believe there to be any foul play… this was simply a tragic accident.
Rest in peace, to all three of the souls lost.
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There's no doubt Kaley Cuoco loves her dogs!
On Sunday, the 29-year-old actress hosted Stand Up for Pits at the Improv Comedy Club in West Hollywood, where she emotionally thanked her pups for helping her get through such a difficult time as she split from husband Ryan Sweeting in September.
The Big Bang Theory star opened the show saying:
"My two pits have made this last year so much better for me."
A source from the event reported:
"Tears glistened in her eyes, she quickly pulled it together and moved forward."
Miz Cuoco is a huge advocate for pet adoption, and she recently just added an adorable new member to the family, Chester.
See all the cuteness (below)!
As dog lovers ourselves, we hate to hear a sad story like this.
This one is about a sweet grey pit bull-terrier named Lucy, who is more than meets the eye.
She's not only the door greeter at Westside Pet Clinic in Santa Monica, California where her owner (and mom!) Dr. Antje Hinz is the medical director, but she also helps out there to keep other animals calm during their visits — just check out how sweet she is with a cute kitten patient (above).
More than that however, she's held a much bigger role in Dr. Hinz's life. Lucy is also Hinz's registered emotional support service dog who helped her during her 5-year aggressive breast cancer battle. She calls Lucy her Buddha and purpose to keep going.
Unfortunately, while Hinz was on a trip to Germany with her boyfriend and Lucy's other owner, Finneus Egan, Lucy went missing from her petsitter's home in Venice, California on September 7.
We can't imagine going through that heartbreaking situation, but while Lucy was strong for her owner during her cancer battle, Lucy's family is being strong for her and staying determined to bring her home safely.
You can check out all they've been doing to find her through a Facebook page dedicated to the search HERE. And you can also find more info on their Instagram for Lucy HERE. They want to get the word out on their missing dog, and hope that the right person will see this information and help.
They've even received help from E! News' Maria Menounos, who is a client and friend of Hinz. She's been helping with the search through her own social media, as well as hitting the pavement with Lucy's owners to reach out to locals for any possible leads:
This is horrible!
In case you missed it, this week is was reported that Kinny Redmon was arrested after allegedly killing her ex-boyfriend's 3-month-old puppy by putting it into a 300-degree oven!
The owner of the pitbull puppy allowed the 24-year-old Chicago resident to stay at his home after the breakup, as the two previously dated and have one child together.
After an argument Wednesday evening, the 31-year-old did not hear from Redmon until he received a phone call at work the following day from a public phone in the emergency department of Carle Foundation Hospital.
The woman, believed to be Redmon, said before hanging up:
This is one ruff story!
This week, a Jersey City man was arrested after police shot and killed his pit bull, but it's not that simple.
According to the court case, police responded to a report of a woman screaming that she was being raped. Officers entered the apartment of James Manning, who allegedly reached for a knife and commanded his dog to attack the police officers — which caused them to open fire at the animal.
But the 31-year-old's wife tells a completely different story! Diane Manning says that her dog Lily was actually attacking her husband because the couple was having "rough" sex! She explains: