The elusive Kate Moss rarely does interviews, but on the off occasion she does, she manages to give some pretty entertaining sound bites. In an interview with Italian fashion weekly Grazia, the British supermodel discussed her frequent wardrobe malfunctions, her husband’s say in her sartorial choices (he likes her when she’s a “rock ‘n’ roll kind of girl”), and walking her new dog. That’s right: Kate Moss has a dog.
“I’ve got a dog. He’s eight months. So I’ve got a dog, and the dog’s making me more ‘day.’ It’s a nightmare. … I’m having to rethink everything. You can’t walk a dog in a heel. You look ridiculous.”
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I’m usually not into small pups, but Rambo, a nine-month old Yorkie, has completely stolen my heart! After being left behind at a motorway rest stop for TWO WHOLE DAYS, Rambo’s owner, Michael Siau, finally found him waiting patiently for Siau’s return. Rambo was left at a stop in Hannibal, Missouri after Siau had gotten out of his truck to stretch is legs, unaware that Rambo was following behind him. One-hundred-seventy miles from the rest stop, Siau looked in the back seat and realized his little pooch was nowhere to be seen.
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We were skeptical about the “Call Me, Maybe” dating cards that surfaced last week, but here’s a variation on the trend that we can totally get behind: “Adopt Me, Maybe” cards for shelter pets. So freakin’ cute. [Buzzfeed]
Every dog has its day, and last Friday clearly belonged to a chihuahua named Conchita: a Miami Beach mansionbequeathed to the pampered pup and 2 others sold for $8.4 million.
Conchita made national headlines in 2010 when socialite Gail Posner was found to have left both the Sunset Island home and a $3 million trust fund to the 3 dogs, who slept in their own rooms and traveled in their own gold Cadillac Escalade to weekly spa appointments. Read more …
“How about the Belmont at 8? It’ll be you, me, and Lulu,” he said.
“Lulu, my dog? The Belmont has outdoor seating, so I thought it’d be fun to bring her along.”
That bitch, I thought, but agreed to the plan nonetheless. Keep reading »
It’s great the way the Russians keep innovating when it comes to weird pet tricks. Like take this guy, who blows in his dog’s face and causes the dog to “inflate.” If I blow in my parent’s dog’s face, Roxy just tries to lick me. Clearly Russian dogs are better. [Neatorama]
Here’s a couple of things about dogs: They have no sense of size — if you put a chihuahua and a Labrador retriever together, the chihuahua will try and boss the lab around, and the lab will likely take it. Also, they think everybody else is a dog like them. Witness golden retriever Dickens playing with newborn little deerkins baby in the backyard. He has no idea that his playmate isn’t actually a dog, too. [YouTube]
I’ve never been jealous of a corgi before, but these little guys, decked out in special patriotic finery, might be the exception. You see, they met and even were pet by the black-gloved hand of Queen Elizabeth II, during her visit to Sherborne Abbey in the Southwest of England as a part of their Jubilee tour of the country. It’s a dog’s life.
Paper Magazine knows what’s up. For their latest editorial fashion shoot, they paired models with puppy dogs, ensuring that even the most hardened fashion cynic would just have to pause and take a look. The photos, shot by photographer Emily Shur, feature models (facing away from the camera, so you never see their faces) cradling pups while wearing some of the latest cool accessories. Take a look!
Oh hello, it seems you’ve caught me and my two gals having ourselves a little festivity, in honor of it being the summer solstice. We love putting on our party hats and celebrating the changing seasons. Who wouldn’t? Nature’s bounty is before us, as are my fabulous poodles. [AnimalsHavingParties]