Copenhagen kindly provides an official tourist site for the city, called VisitCopenhagen — so valuable for those of us who struggle with Danish. Its section on public transport sketches out the options: A-buses, colored red & yellow, operate around the clock, and are supplemented during part of the day by the blue & yellow S-buses (which have fewer stops); the metro currently has two lines (a third is being constructed), and is, among other things, a splendid way to reach the city from the … Read more Related posts: Traveling by public transit (and train) in and around Rome with a pet dog Put briefly, your pet dog need only be leashed and... Traveling by public transit in Montréal and Québec City with a small dog At the top of my list of two-week vacation ideas is... Traveling by public transit (and train) in and around Madrid with a pet dog This post was triggered by an article I ran across...
Bissell BarkBath is a portable bathing system for your dog. Just fill with soap, shampoo, and water, and it washes your animal while collecting the dirty water in a separate tank. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Pets, Cleaning, Future Blink, and Tech
With $11 million in funding and a mission to open up the doors of regenerative therapies to dogs across the nation, the Los Angeles based startup Gallant is now opening its doors for the first time. The company was founded by DogVacay founder and chief executive Aaron Hirschhorn after seeing his own pet’s struggle with […]
Nine times out of 10, any attempt to take a photo with a canine companion will end in nothing but a blurry mess. But every once in a while, you strike gold. "Attempted to take a cute picture of me and my dog," wrote 33-year-old Reddit user Casey. "This was the result." Behold, photo perfection: That photo has gone viral in the r/funny subreddit, where it currently has over 32,000 upvotes. It's beautifully reminiscent of an old viral trend known as cat bearding, which was popular back in 2013. In case you were wondering, the dog in that picture is a miniature dachshund. His name is Bosco, but he also goes by Beans. And he takes a wonderful, wonderful photo. Read more...More about Dogs, Culture, Animals, and Web Culture
Dublin’s public transit is a mixed bag, from the standpoint of pet-friendliness. Put briefly, if you have a small dog, you will do well on commuter rail, the DART coastal train, and intercity trains; and you can likely get around by bus. Bigger dogs will face challenges and charges, and no pet dogs are allowed on LUAS (light rail). Here are more details, with links to the services and to their pet policies: Dublin Bus operates an extensive network of routes in and around … Read more Related posts: Traveling by public transit (and train) in and around Rome with a pet dog Put briefly, your pet dog need only be leashed and... Traveling by public transit in Montréal and Québec City with a small dog At the top of my list of two-week vacation ideas is... Traveling by public transit (and train) in and around Madrid with a pet dog This post was triggered by an article I ran across...
If you've ever pondered what your dog might look like as a cat, or another dog, your time is now. And even if you haven't, the tech company NVIDIA wants to show you. NVIDIA has leveraged big gains in AI technology to develop a fun tool called the GANimal App, which allows users to upload a photo of their pet and generate pictures of what it would look like as either different breeds of the same animal — or a different animal altogether. After watching the demo, I decided to give the tool a whirl with a photo of my dog, Charlie. Here's the original. Charlie in the woods!Image: Marcus Gilmer / Mashable Read more...More about Artificial Intelligence, Nvidia, Deep Fakes, Tech, and Artificial Intelligence
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The heroic dog who helped chase down ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi goes by the name Conan and he'll be making an appearance at the White House soon, President Donald Trump tweeted.