The Eurovision Song Contest kicks off today, and we can’t wait to see the outfits this year! We’ve picked out some memorable outfits over the years.. and some furry wannabes in between.
This year it will be held on Sunday 17 May. Visit site for more details or to register.
It was not just human soldiers during the First World War who needed protection from the new dangers of chemical warfare. Animals serving beside them were also vulnerable. This gas mask for a German messenger dog was collected off the battlefield by a member of the 41st Battalion, Australian Imperial Force.
Its existence demonstrates the importance of dogs during the First World War. Making their way through the maze of trenches spread throughout the Western Front, dogs proved to be as reliable as soldiers in the dangerous job of running messages – and sometimes faster. Whether as messengers, guards or mascots, or simply by providing companionship to the men in the trenches, dogs served many vital roles. Come and experience other stories of animals in war in the Memorial’s galleries.
The mask is on display at the Australian War Memorial in the main building: First World War Gallery Western Front 1916.
For tickets and more info visit http://dogloversshow.com.au/melbourne/
The video is part of the Show Me Campaign, to help rebuild an auditorium at the former South High School in Springfield, Ohio. Anyone who donates $10 will not only help with the rebuilding, but will also go in the draw to win a personal John Legend performance.
View video here
With the abundance of choccie eggs around Easter we want to remind (or inform the first timers!) that it is NOT ok to feed your dog chocolate. It can cause vomiting, diarrhoea, seizures and even death in dogs.
For a list of basic rules when it comes to food and dogs read our article