Daily Archive: Saturday, August 12, 2017

Heineken drinker claims he found 2 geckos in his beer, files lawsuit

We’ve heard of skunky beer, but never gecko-y beer. The latter seems to be much worse than the former, based on a lawsuit filed in California against Heineken and the Kroger grocery chain. Consumerist reports on the complaint, which came about after Orange County’s George Toubbeh said he bought 24-ounce cans of Heineken in August

Dogs transformed into works of art at extreme grooming contest

Dogs are being transformed into works of art at extreme pet-grooming competitions across the country. From Finding Nemo to incredible robotic dogs, these incredible creatures couldn’t look more different from their former canine-selves. Photographer Ren Netherland, 56, from Clearwater, Fla., has devoted the past 20 years to documenting the pet-pimping phenomenon, where winners bag prizes

Mr. Trump, it’s time for you to get a dog

President Harry Truman once supposedly said: If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog. Just about all presidents before and since have taken that advice until President Trump. Theres even a book about the presidential pets, titled First Dogs, American Presidents and Their Best Friends. President Trump could sure use a good friend

4 Shocking Reasons Veterinarians Have A Huge Risk Of Suicide

Read Next four times the rate of the general population — that’s twice as likely to commit suicide as dentists and other medical practitioners. One reason: Veterinarians have enough student debt to rival their med-school graduate friends, but their 4 Veterinarians Are Frequently Targeted By Internet Hate Mobs In 2014, New York veterinarian Shirley Koshi