Maximum Max Relax

Max relaxes better than anyone else. Note the pokey Stubbular Pawz and the Left and Right Ears that go ZOINK in each direction, like they’re pullin’ in DirecTV or sumfin’.  #Givemeabreakwillyouplease.


Kathleen S. sent in thees photo (that’s actually Teddy but they’re all MAX to us.)

Three Not-Pug* Night

True fact: According to Wikipedia, the classic rock group Three Dog Night took its name from indigenous Australians, who curled up with dogs at night for warmth. Most nights, one dog would do, but on the coldest nights three dogs were needed.


Joy to the world, Joyce K. (via dailypicksandflicks.com.)

* OK, so they’re French Bulldogs.

The Schnozz Boss

Welcome. You finally leveled up. The temple guards were defeated, the two torn halves of the map fit, the right crystals exploded, you collected coins, avoided traps and obliterated my armies. You’ve come a long way. Now you must speak the Correct Password to the Keeper of the Last Door; The Schnozz Boss!


Deb B., says her 4 month old Great Dane, Sif, is “nosetastic!” Agreed! Nosevembertastic even!

I Love the Smell of Fail in the Morning

When a covert job requires ultimate stealth and skill, the kittens of Fail Team Six are there. No hiding place is beyond their reach, and their only enemy… is gravity.

Sender-inner Hilary K. says: “Ok admittedly, some of these kinda freaked me out (like the cat on the roof! OMG is he ok?!) but so many of them are just too funny to pass up!”

You’ve Got a Little Schmutz on Your Face

Let me get that for you.


Via Reddit.

What makes you think I just had a roll in the hay?

(timorous, muffled hedgehog teehee)


Geoffrey tells us his story of fostering Jake, for a friend with over 30 hedgies in her rescue care and who was diagnosed with breast cancer. Jake, a 6 year old African Pygmy Hedgehog, was not happy to be held by a stranger! But Geoffrey says after about 15 minutes Jake’s, “cute, little wet nose peeked out between the prickly quills. It was such a Cute Overload moment!” Very happily, Jake is back with his human mom now who has since beaten the cancer! Yay!

El Mystico, The Psychic Pup!

… and now I’m getting a image, someone in this side of the audience is thinking about a supper dish… stainless steel with a name on the side, begins with “R” or “F”… Is that you, sir? Rex? Ralph, that’s what I meant… and I’m also seeing a leg, Ralph, wearing tan khakis or chinos… You’re very familiar with this leg, Ralph…


From the shrouded mists of the beyond (or maybe California), Carina M. writes: “This is our foster dog, Molly. She loves all people, but desires to slay all other animals, and she barks when she’s alone. Otherwise, the perfect pet, really! She has a very cute nosicle, which sometimes is covered in dirt from her adventures in the yard.”

THIS JUST IN: Pup Adopts Noisemakers

According to The Telegraph, when a tiger mom in a Russian zoo rejected her three cubs, a white Swiss Shepherd dog named Tallim stepped in to nurse them. Now the screechy cubs have their bellies full — and are giving their new mom quite an ear full.

Kiss Attack!

Somebody really loves their Mama. And Mama says, “You want me to supersize that for ya?”


Mama Bonnie and baby Turner have matching pink nose splotches, Julianna P.!

Enormous Appetite

I am really into the slow food movement and consider myself an aficionado of fine foods. The salad course I am enjoying now, for instance, has been left in the sun and soil to leisurely brown until its sweet and fruity flavors intensify.

The next course in my haute cuisine will be a decomposing mushroom with a reduced spore sauce. Sure, it will take me 45 minutes of travel time for the entrée, but that’s why it’s a slow food movement.


Via The Telegraph, photo by Arief Perdana/Caters News.