If there’s one thing Corvette Racing’s Jordan Taylor loves, it’s his dog Fonzie. Fonzie, unfortunately, had to stay at home for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. So, one group of fans brought him a stand-in Fonzie. I’m pretty sure this is how Corvette Racing won Le Mans—with awwwww.
Nine-Week-Old German Shepard "Tuco," ironically named after Breaking Bad villain Tuco Salamanca, doesn't even fit into this doggie-sized bulletproof vest yet (squee!), but I bet he'll fit into your heart.Look at those little paws!
Yes, that viral video of KLM's "lost and found" dog reuniting passengers with their lost phones is adorable. But sadly, it's just an ad campaign. The dog is not a permanent member of KLM's actual lost and found team.
Watch this video of a dog "driving" a car. Then watch the animated GIF at the end of this post. Then watch the video again. Now look at the GIF. Now think about this:
Okay, Jalops. Time to put your crime-fighting hats on once again. This time it's not just a car owner who needs our help, but a pup named Lexy.
Let sleeping dogs lie. Words to live by, unless of course you have a tram full of people to drive someplace and the dog is sleeping on the tracks.
Today, President Obama was in Iowa, talking about his energy policies, including wind power. He reminded the crowd that Republican candidate Mitt Romney said of wind power "You can't drive a car with a windmill on it," and then Obama used that to get in a little zinger, saying "I don't know if he's actually tried…
A photojournalist for The Wichita Eagle was prepping for one of those "it's a rainy day" photos when he came upon the rescue by local firefighters of Taz, a dog who had fallen into the creek.
It's sometimes hard to see a bright side when something truly terrible happens, but for a bereaved Florida family the surprising return of their pet dog has helped ease the blow of a violent tragedy.
Mr. An was driving down a crowded Beijing highway when he noticed a truck carrying hundreds of dogs, many sick and crying, cramped into a tiny space. In a rare act of dissidence, he swerved in front of the truck and prevented it form carrying its living load to the slaughterhouse.
Chevy may run deep, but maybe they should have dug a little deeper for an idea. Chevy's new spot features dogs with a fondness for trucks. Back in 1998, Nissan spent millions telling us that dogs love trucks.
This Serbian man may have honked at these dogs to spare them becoming road kill, but they took it as a threat and sent him a message he's not soon to forget. "A Hyundai honked at me once... ONCE!"
Charlie the black lab jumps into Mark Ewing's Chevy and, next thing you know, the car's in the Pend Oreille River (Charlie swam away unscathed). This story is missing several important details, particularly the year of the Impala involved (we're assuming it's an older model, because a dog might have a tough time…