A sweet little dog was remarkably pulled out alive from the rubble of an apartment building in Mexico City, Mexico a week after a very powerful 7.1-magnitude earthquake hit the country killing over 300 people.
According to the New York Post, the white schnauzer was rescued by a Japanese disaster relief team working alongside local rescuers in Mexico. The pup appeared to be in pretty good shape before he was checked out by paramedics.
The dog's remarkable rescue is a refreshing and uplifting story amid the widespread devastation and tragic tales stemming from the massive earthquake.
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The Fourth of July is a celebratory time for family backyard barbecues, enjoying the summer weather and of course, fireworks. But for our dogs, Independence Day can be a stressful time full of loud noises. These can cause anxiety, and throw even the biggest dogs into a frenzy. It's important to be prepared, and to make sure your dog is ready for a day and night full of potentially scary sounds. Here are some tips to keep your dog safe and calm this July Fourth.
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Tesla is releasing a new feature called "Dog Mode" that will aim to keep pets safe, cool and comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle.
The electric car maker introduced "Dog Mode" via Twitter Wednesday night. Tesla says that activating "Dog Mode" results in "setting a cabin temperature to keep your dog comfortable while letting passersby know they don't need to worry."