“I don’t miss Lancelot now because in essence, he is same dog.”
Science & Technology
At ReadyMade.com today I wrote about the trend of dog cloning, which is the subject of an excellent new book by journalist John Wostendiek: Dog Inc. Cloning is happening on such a small scale right…
Long before the days of Tweeting dogs, pets were wired in order to help boost radio signals. At least, so says this Modern Mechanix gem from 1934. Does the wonderment of the canis familiaris know…
Here’s a reason to train your pet: Should little Elvis ever need radiation, a foundation of good training might ensure that he won’t ever have to be quarantined — alone, scared, and sick — in order to keep you from getting exposed to radiation too.
This cat, belonging to Lee Bishop, a fellow blogger on Motherboard.TV, has an extra toe on each of his front feet.
Today marks the anniversary of the death Laika, the street dog that Russians sent into space in 1953. Had she made it back, she would have been the Carl Sagan of dogs.