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This is the interweb version of my cobwebbed mess of a brain. Follow me @joshuaowen on Twitter and JoshuaOwen on Instagram, if you do that sort of thing. Enjoy!

Posts tagged dogs:

Dentabone fun

Dentabone fun

Baxter was running lines with me today in prep for the beginning of tech week.

Baxter was running lines with me today in prep for the beginning of tech week.

Personalized collars by LaserPets with contact information built in, say farewell to jangling collars.

Personalized collars by LaserPets with contact information built in, say farewell to jangling collars.

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Stephanie McCombie started a hash tag on Instagram to collect photos of dogs eating peanut butter.  #peanutbutterseries
Fun Fact:  Baxter can be on the other side of my apartment and knows when I turn the lid on the peanut butter jar.

Stephanie McCombie started a hash tag on Instagram to collect photos of dogs eating peanut butter.  #peanutbutterseries

Fun Fact:  Baxter can be on the other side of my apartment and knows when I turn the lid on the peanut butter jar.

(Source: mymodernmet.com)

Slo-Bowl Slow Feeder by Dog Games

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Met the cuddliest of bears this evening named Koda

Met the cuddliest of bears this evening named Koda


As part of ongoing research into the transmission of lungworm from snails to dogs, a team of researchers from the Ecology department at the University of Exeter lead by Dr. Dave Hodgson created an experiment to track the movement of snails through a garden at night. The team tagged hundreds of live snails with an array of LEDs and UV paint and then tracked their speed and patterns of movement at night. Apparently lungworm infections are potentially fatal in dogs and nobody is exactly sure how the organisms make the leap from snails to dogs in the first place, though the assumption is accidental ingestion. You can watch the awesome timelapse of glow-in-the-dark snails starting around 2:15 in the video above, or watch the entire clip here

As part of ongoing research into the transmission of lungworm from snails to dogs, a team of researchers from the Ecology department at the University of Exeter lead by Dr. Dave Hodgson created an experiment to track the movement of snails through a garden at night. The team tagged hundreds of live snails with an array of LEDs and UV paint and then tracked their speed and patterns of movement at night. Apparently lungworm infections are potentially fatal in dogs and nobody is exactly sure how the organisms make the leap from snails to dogs in the first place, though the assumption is accidental ingestion. You can watch the awesome timelapse of glow-in-the-dark snails starting around 2:15 in the video above, or watch the entire clip here

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Currently being scolded for being away all weekend.

Currently being scolded for being away all weekend.

Please put the damn phone down and turn off the light so we can go to bed.

Please put the damn phone down and turn off the light so we can go to bed.

Cheating on Baxter with Rocco to help @jonscott81 enjoy some tennis.

Cheating on Baxter with Rocco to help @jonscott81 enjoy some tennis.

Happy to be back home with my other boy

Happy to be back home with my other boy

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