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The 2013 edition of the Iditarod is over, and the race crowned its oldest champion, with 53-year-old Mitch Seavey and his racing team besting the field. A big moment for Seavey, of course – but what we’re really interested in are the sled dogs.
Your dog isn’t trained as well as Dexter. Your dog is also probably not owned by a fanatic Washington Redskins fan who named her dog after a guy who may or may not have been illiterate in college and is currently banned from the NFL.
What happens when you are finally released from prison for funding a dog fighting ring? If you’re Michael Vick, you get paid hundreds of millions of dollars to play football and immediately get a new dog.
The photo you see above is from the Dunhill Links Championship (the same tournament where Michael Phelps did this). The golfer is Paul Casey. The dog is a dog. And the situation is odd.
Someone watching Olympic cycling earlier this morning decided to bring a dog, which is nice. Too bad the dog wasn’t on a leash, or particularly well trained, because it ran right across the cycling path as bikers flew by. The dog made it to the other side, as was his goal, but that could have been bad.
Tim Tebow has a dog. See? Cute, right? Well, the dog was named Bronco, but now Tebow isn’t a Bronco anymore, and plays for a New York (area) team. So tebow, savvy guy he is, changed the dog’s name to Bronx. And you’ll never believe it, but a guy who loves everything Tebow does loved it.
“Rodney The Playoff Pomeranian” Will Make Your Girlfriend Care About Hockey, If Only For A Brief Moment
For the past few years, Reed Albers has chosen to ring in the NHL playoffs the same way: with predictions. But these, friends, are not just any predictions. These are predictions made not by Albers himself, but by Rodney, his Pomeranian. How will Rodney fare this year?