A New York company famous for its dog treat subscription package is to open a members-only dog park in Nashville, Tennessee. For $19/day, a dog and up to two human guests can attend the space, run freely off the lead, and use amenities such as toys and exercise equipment. BarkPark is the latest innovation from … More Canine start-up launches co-working space for dogs
Charlie Cooper, the labradoodle who lives with actor Bradley Cooper, has been tipped for a 2019 Best Supporting Actor Oscar amidst wide-spread public acclaim. He would be the first dog to win an Academy Award. The dog has received great write-ups for his role in roommate Bradley’s new film, A Star Is Born. The human … More Bradley Cooper’s labradoodle tipped to break the Oscar’s ‘fur ceiling’
A dog with cancer has been given a second chance at life thanks to pioneering surgery – and a bespoke replacement skull. The Williamsport, Pennsylvania dachshund lost 70 percent of her original skull following the removal of a brain tumour. In scenes that would not be out of place in popular TV series The Six … More ‘Six million dollar’ dog with cancer gets a 3D-printed titanium skull
There’s a good side and a bad side to every pet – and with a dog, the bad side is usually the backside. Dog gas might not ruin your life, but it can certainly ruin your evening. Dogs fart. It is a fact of life. That means that lots of dog-lovers just assume they have … More Smelly farting? Here are the best home remedies for dog gas
For years, our culture has treated summer school as a place for slackers to catch up or for nerds to race ahead. But now, emerging generations of students are engaging with the idea that learning experiences in vacation time aren’t just useful – they’re stimulating and fun, too. Some Gen-Z students are using summer school … More The Rise Of The Summer School
Next time your friendly office robot puts its hand on yours and offers you a piece of professional advice that absolutely nails your emotional state, don’t be shocked. The machine may know your personality better than you know yourself—and all from looking into your eyes. Okay, we’re not quite there yet. But researchers have now … More How you Give your Personality Type Away in the Workplace (and Why it Matters)
You’re principled, organized, and driven – so why, as an INFJ, are you not encouraged to pursue leadership roles? The INFJ’s steady reputation often earns us positions of responsibility such as life coach, counselor, or employee relations officer; but positions of actual authority tend to evade us (or we avoid them). It’s an odd one, … More Should an INFJ Accept a Management Position?