The Barking Lot – America’s Finest Dog Blog (09/11/21)

The Barking Lot is a regular weekly feature of This Just In…Originally written by both my lovely wife, Jennifer and me, this blog brings you the latest news about our furry friends including articles, columns, photos and videos. Enjoy!

THE WEEKEND DOG-WALKING FORECAST: We grade the weather outlook for taking your pet outdoors.

TODAY:  Mostly sunny. High of 89.  “B”

SUNDAY:  More clouds than sun. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High of 74. “C”

Time now for DOGS IN THE NEWS, canines that made headlines the past week.

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Four hundred military service dogs were left at the Kabul Airport.

Michigan dog who chewed off own leg garners public support, donations as search begins for rehab shelter.

A dog that saved its owner’s life appointed South Korea’s first honorary rescue dog.

Watch Arlington firefighters rescue a 15-year-old deaf dog from a storm drain.

Adorable photos of Doberman Pinscher nursing an abandoned kitten will melt your heart.

Pet Dogs Can Alert Owners to Epileptic Seizures.

‘Dog bone’ asteroid spied by astronomers in new photos.

The new Roomba uses AI to avoid smearing dog poop all over your house.

Here in Franklin on Friday our popular drive-in movie theater had a great double feature: E.T. followed by Jaws. On a post I placed on a couple of Franklin pages one Franklin woman asked if she could bring her puppy.

Another Franklinite responded: “don’t be one of those people.”

An angry emoji from the woman who posed the question followed and I inquired from the gentleman as to what he meant by “don’t be one of those people.”

His answer: “take your small dog everywhere.”

Turns out he wasn’t upset or angry or being a jerk. He was chiding with some jealousy the woman for actually for actually having the capability to be with puppy as much as possible

Turns out there are lots of folks like that.

FINALLY, a pair of videos about dogs and 9/11.

That’s it for this week. Thanks for stopping by.

We’d really appreciate it if you forward this on to other dog lovers you know. Let them have some fun!

See ya, BARK, next Saturday!

Denise Corliss and search dog Bretagne at Ground Zero in New York City in September 2001.

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