Both Tibetan spaniels and Pekingese are ancient dog breeds that originated some 2,000 years ago in the monasteries of Tibet and China. The Pekingese breed has some roots in the Tibetan spaniel, so it seems the Tibetan spaniel may be the older breed.The Little LionTibbies were first bred by Buddhist monks and lamas more than 2,000 years ago.
Sugar-sweet orphan cat Ohagi: How it all started Even if the little orphan cat Ohagi has now blossomed into a large, strong and squeaky-velvet paw - a video review of her first few weeks in the new home is just too cute! The tiny Ohagi did really well, even though it wasn't easy at the beginning of her life.
Sporty animals Sportive lambs: Kick it like Klose No matter, lambs are only good for eating or for their wool. One or the other football player could learn something from the small, kicking sheep! How do you make a footballer get better at headball? Quite simply, you send the athlete to a training session with these cute little lambs!
I read somewhere that dogs don't really chew their food, they only break it up. So, I guess, do they eat sticks and roots? Or does their digestive system need a little more time to break the food down before it can be digested? Can dogs eat sticks and roots?