Blind dog and his guide dog show what it truly means to be BFFs

0Glenn, a blind Jack Russell terrier, and Buzz, a Staffordshire bull terrier, are BFFs (Best Friends Fur-ever). Despite being abandoned by their owner, these two have never abandoned each other, with the latter even serving as a guide for his disabled buddy.

The dogs were rescued at a sea tunnel in Hartlepool, England last month and are now under the care of animal rescue charity, Stray Aid. According to their caretakers, the two are inseparable, refusing to be separated at any given time.

‘Buzz acts as Glenn’s eyes and it’s as simple as that. Glenn gets his confidence from Buzz, and if they are separated even for a few minutes they both bark and become distressed so they would need to have a loving home together’, said Sue Bielby, veterinary director at Stray Aid.

If that’s not enough to melt your heart, Buzz, 9, even helps Glenn, 10, find his dog bowl or bed. He also prevents his friend from bumping into walls by giving a soft nudge.

Stray Aid is currently for someone to adopt the dogs together and give them the loving home they deserve. You can find out more about the charity here.

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(Via: Lost At E Minor)

Bull Terrier Continues to Interact with Owner’s Whimsical Doodles on Instagram

Illustrator Rafael Mantesso has continued to create whimsical Instagram snapshots that feature his adorable bull terrier Jimmy Choo. The visual artist first began his playful collaboration with his dog after his divorce left him with his dog and a house full of crisp, white walls for him to fill with interactive doodles. Jimmy Choo naturally became the loyal star of these lighthearted designs and the positive response encouraged Mantesso to continually create new images.

Each picture is created with Jimmy Choo in mind, allowing the pup to actually interact with the completed drawings, with little effort on his part. The real trick is for Mantesso to get his furry friend to stand still so that he could photograph the precious pooch doing anything from giving Tinkerbell a peck on the lips or taking a sudsy shower to flying through the air with butterfly wings. As a whole, the decorated shots showcase both the artist’s talent and Jimmy Choo’s photogenic nature.

(Via: My Modern Met)

DIY: Pug Cake Pops

Pug Cake PopsHere are the goodies you’ll need to make 16 Pug Pops:
4 cups crumbled chocolate cake
1/3 cup buttercream frosting
2 tablespoons peanut butter
White candy wafers
Chocolate candy wafers, reserve 16 wafers for decorating
Medium heatproof bowl, plus two smaller heatproof bowls
Wax paper
Baking sheet
16 lollipop sticks
Cake pop stand
8 Tootsie Rolls
16 black sunflower seeds
32 sugar eyes with black edible ink pen
Pastel confetti sprinkles
Candy Bones

 Here’s a link to the full instructions for making basic cake pops if you need more help.Cake Balls

  • Stir peanut butter and buttercream until mixed together and then incorporate into chocolate cake crumbs until completely combined.
  • Roll the mixture into 16 balls and place on a wax paper covered baking sheet. Let the rolled cake balls rest for about 30 minutes and then place in the freezer for about 15 minutes to firm up. When firm, transfer them to the fridge to remain chilled (not frozen) for dipping.

Dipping Pops

  • Melt chocolate wafers with vanilla wafers. Start with vanilla and add a few chocolate wafers at a time until you achieve a lighter shade of brown. (Note: You can use peanut butter candy wafers instead of mixing chocolate and vanilla.)
  • When ready to dip, remove a cake ball from the fridge. Dip the end of a lollipop stick in the melted candy wafers and then into the cake ball and dip.
  • Make sure the cake ball is completely coated and tap off any excess.
  • Before the coating sets, place a chocolate candy wafer on the front – towards the bottom half of the pop. Hold in place until the coating dries and place in a cake pop stand until you’re ready to decorate.

DecorationsWe’re using Tootsie Rolls for ears, confetti sprinkles for tongues, sunflower seeds for noses and sugar eyes for the eyes. But you already guessed that one.

Pug Faces

  • With the candy wafer already in position on the pop, dip a toothpick in melted chocolate and swirl two large dots on the front of the pop in position for eyes. Then gently press the sugar eyes right on top so that the chocolate surrounds the eyes.
  • Dot on coating in position for the nose and tongue and then attach a sunflower seed and pink confetti sprinkle and let dry.

Decorating PugsThen finish the mouth. Use a toothpick dipped in melted chocolate candy wafers to apply coating on top of the already attached wafer … under the sunflower seed nose and down around the sides of the tongue. Make sure to overlap the confetti sprinkle so it looks like a sweet little tongue is sticking out.

Tootsie RollsNow for the ears. Cut a tootsie roll candy in four equal parts and hand shape into rounded triangles for ears. Note: microwave the candy for 3-4 seconds to make it easier to shape. Don’t overheat.

Pug Cake Pop

  • Use more melted chocolate to attach the ears and add finishing details to the mouth.
  • Draw big black pupils on the eyes with the edible ink pen. Feel free to stop here, but if you want to add a few more details, then keep going with me.

Pug Pops

  • Draw on eyebrows with a toothpick dipped in the melted lighter brown candy coating. Then dot tiny dark chocolate freckles on each cheek.
  • And most important, add a little sparkle to the eyes by dotting on melted white candy wafers.


But let’s dress these doggies up a bit more…

Candy Bones… with candy bones because they make the super cutest bow ties.

Pug Cake Pops


(Via: Bakerella)