Several names for the Deutsche Dogge, but… In Canada and in the United States, they call it Great Dane, in Italy, the Alano or Alan and me I call it Deutsche Dogge, which was officially given to the bread in Germany in 1878,where it was born around 406 B.C. It even became the official dog of […]
Discover the stories of our members and their pets
Share your personal experiences with your pet! Talk about your days or special moments with them! And your pet certainly has things to say: just write a blog (lend your pet your voice)! Be part of the most powerful Clan of people loving animals!
You want to tell your story?
Get Full Access - Become A Member
Here are some stories written by … our friends!
This is the first time we do what we are doing in this posting at Clanimal, and we are taking a moment to “wag it” in honour of Reese Lovern, a very nice lady from Virginia, who at the moment of her death was living in Georgia. Reese Lovern was one of our first members back in […]
(Editorial) My point is that PETA is going about it the wrong way, especially in persisting to “humanize” animals by, for example, wanting to apply principles to the latter that even humans do not respect! Here is my logical, pragmatic and realistic reasoning: Humanizing Animals While PETA aims to make animals benefit from “rights” humans […]
Clanimal.com is thanking you for the love you have showed in 2015, toward all animals on earth and for your support for our activities So Clanimal.com in the respect of its mission to improve relations between humans and animals, is wishing all of you in 2016: To understand and feel profoundly all the importance […]
The whole clan joins Virus and me to wish all of you a marvellous and joyful Christmas filled with happiness and love with your favourite pets and to listen to your instinct so you have a great communication with them! Also, for the ones you know that are looking to get a dog as an […]
Let me give you an example. My owner brings me to a big furniture store. Him and his spouse wanted to buy a new sofa. Once at the store, I walk with them up to the entrance and while he was trying a sofa, the salesclerk told him he could come in with me. After […]
I repeat, my owner makes sure I behave perfectly at all times. He also makes sure that I don’t bother anyone, any time! If he sees somebody who’s afraid of my size (or who doesn’t feel comfortable), he doesn’t walk close to that person. Finally, he makes sure I always stay calm, that my tail […]
It is very important to remind you some details from a previous blog on what is a responsible owner: (From the series “Why bringing your pet to public places!” #5) someone who is accountable for their actions and those of their pet; someone who possesses the humility to always learn about their pet and themselves; […]
We don’t carry more germs than pollution does (example: smog, charcoal). I don’t have any numbers for you but I heard my owner tell people he’s working on it. My owner says for instance that it’s proven that doctors transmit more viruses and diseases with the ties they’re wearing just like the nurses who wear […]
Let me clarify things right away by saying that I’m speaking through a dog’s eyes. My owner will speak through his. So I don’t have any fancy theory or psychological explanation, just how what I feel when I’m with my owner. I thought that it would be interesting that you, humans, know what it’s like […]
Pets: carrying germs? (From the series “Why bringing your pet to public places!” #2) We believe that pets don’t carry as much germs as pollution (for example: smog, charcoal, etc.), doctors or nurses who leave the hospital at the end of the day and go to the restaurant or to a shopping center (most of […]
From the series “Why bringing your pet to public places!” The first thing that often remains in our mind is to keep our favorite pet by our side. It is important that the pet feels that its “leader”, its “protector” is nearby, guides it and takes care of it. So it’s more than “normal” for […]