Dog The Bounty Hunter stops by his junior high to give an inspirational speech in a scene from A Man Called Dog, part of the Dog Days of Summer on AE. A Man Called Dog is the cornerstone programming event of Dog Days Of Summer, which includes a viewers choice marathon on Monday, August 13 from 9PM to 11PM and an all day Dog the Bounty Hunter marathon on Tuesday, August 14, from 8:00AM to 9:00PM as well as Dog The Bounty Hunter premieres throughout the month of August.
Dog The Bounty Hunter meets with an old friend in a scene from A Man Called Dog, part of the Dog Days of Summer on AE. A Man Called Dog is the cornerstone programming event of Dog Days Of Summer, which includes a viewers choice marathon on Monday, August 13 from 9PM to 11PM and an all day Dog the Bounty Hunter marathon on Tuesday, August 14, from 8:00AM to 9:00PM as well as Dog The Bounty Hunter premieres throughout the month of August.
Dog The Bounty Hunter visits the grave of his father in a scene from A Man Called, part of the Dog Days of Summer on AE. A Man Called Dog is the cornerstone programming event of Dog Days Of Summer, which includes a viewers choice marathon on Monday, August 13 from 9PM to 11PM and an all day Dog the Bounty Hunter marathon on Tuesday, August 14, from 8:00AM to 9:00PM as well as Dog The Bounty Hunter premieres throughout the month of August.
Brandon James and Amanda Fruta travel to Huntington Dog Beach in California to talk to Dog Owners about the funny things their canine companions do.
Coming to DVD April 21st!
A perfect town. Or so it seems. Then one summer, a mysterious stranger arrives with a simple proposition and a powerful secret. The newcomer, Eli Cottonmouth, bewitches the townsfolk with his charm. His intentions concern the town fathers, and his secrecy captivates two curious boys.
As Eli recreates the true essence of the community by making a miniature model of the town, he uses the boys as his eyes and ears to gather information. Armed with his ancient camera, they snap pictures of small town life.
With each new photo, Eli changes the way the boys look at their town. Their childish wonderment is shattered as the boys' eyes are opened to what’s really happening. Eli's hidden agenda shocks the townspeople and threatens the existence of the entire community.
Dove Family Approved for 12+
Starring Obie Award-winning actor Will Patton (A Mighty Heart, Remember the Titans)as Eli Cottonmouth, a stranger who captures the attention of two boys and leads them on a journey that soon begins to uncover the secrets of a quiet southern town. As Eli recreates the true essence of the community by building a miniature model of the city, the boys are shocked to discover their town isn’t as perfect as it seems.
The dog days of summer are here! And with them comes an increased use of air conditioners and an increased strain on our already aging power grid. The U.S. has nearly 500,000 miles of transmission lines carrying electricity to consumers. Many of them are more than 50 years old, a concern, as the “design-life” for many of the components – power transformers, circuit breakers, etc. is only 30 to 35 years on average.
So what’s being done to make sure the lights stay on? Experts say it’s a combination of building new power plants, improving older ones and using advanced transmission technologies. High voltage direct current (HVDC) technology, for example, allows communities to tap into electricity generated miles and miles away. Case in point – the new Neptune Regional Transmission System takes power generated in Sayreville, New Jersey, transports it underneath the Atlantic Ocean, and ultimately delvers it to a substation 65 miles away on Long Island, so it can be used by residents in more than half a million homes.
By taking electricity from sites with a large supply and delivering it efficiently and cheaply to areas with a large demand, experts say we can reduce the likelihood of blackouts. This is especially helpful, they say, in urban areas, which have growing populations and growing power use, but often lack the space needed to build new power plants.
Currently, more than a dozen HVDC projects exist in the U.S.
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The dog days of summer are here and for many the heat and humidity mean one thing, allergies. With an estimated 40 percent of children and 20 percent of adults suffering from allergies, rates are on the rise. Americans are spending three billion dollars a year on antihistamines, often without knowing which allergies are actually causing their symptoms. Doctors say in-vitro blood tests, the latest generation of allergy tests, can help take the guess work out of diagnosis and treatment.
Unlike the skin prick tests of the past, which can take an hour and a half to perform and require up to 150 injections, in-vitro tests, require just one blood sample. Systems like the IMMULITE(r)2000 are then able to test the sample for up to 440 specific allergens and allergy panels. Doctors say this testing method is not only more convenient, efficient and accurate but more comfortable for the patient as well. The tests can be performed in patients over the age of three months.
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The dog days of summer getting too hot for you? It is for the hot doll. How is she supposed to cool off? The only way a hot doll should, by creating a delicious beverage that is not only refreshing, but will knock you on your ass! Watch more at http://www.xgobobeanx.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
Musicians: Limelight is the simplest way to clear any cover song for your release. Now we've added new features to make it even easier and quicker. And since we're in the dog days of summer, here's a short highlight featuring a piano-playing white basset hound named "Paul Newman". Visit us at www.songclearance.com today.
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From winter's chill through the dog days of summer, our primary goal at Assured Climate Heating & Cooling is to keep your home comfortable for you and your family.But, that's just the beginning.
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During the dog days of summer, humidity, sweat and a high pollen count can wreak havoc on your beauty routine. Here, HollywoodLife.com Fashion Director Katrina Mitzeliotis shares her best summer beauty tips to stay gorgeous all season long.
The Chew Season: 2 Episode: 210 Hot Dog Days of Summer
Please help VOTE Jesse "Arizona's Favorite Dog" at the link above. Voting allowed once per day, until August 31st. Please share with your friends and family too =o)
Presenting, Useful Dog Tricks 3!! Whoever said tricks can't be useful?
Jesse's back, and this time he tackles chores that most humans wouldn't find enjoyable; complete with his award-winning smile. He also finds new ways to help out around the house; including vacuuming, dusting, cleaning up puddles, as well as being a well-rounded member of the community by helping clean up garbage at our local park.
All taught with positive reinforcement =o)
Can't get enough Jesse? Head on over to his Official Website:
Make sure to check out Jesse's Original Useful Dog Tricks video =o)
Special thanks to Kevin MacLeod for the use of the songs:
"Olde Timey" & "Fig Leaf Rag"
His music is under Creative Commons.
***A very special thanks to the businesses for allowing us to film inside the stores.
Walle wins World's Ugliest Dog 2013 | Ugly dogs converge at the 2013 World's Ugliest Dog contest Beagle-boxer-basset wins World's Ugliest Dog
PETALUMA, Calif. — A huge-headed, duck-footed mix of beagle, boxer and basset hound was the upset winner at the 25th annual World's Ugliest Dog Contest.
Walle, a 4-year-old mutt from Chico, Calif., who entered at the last minute, was judged most unsightly of 30 dogs at Friday's Northern California competition. It's been dominated in recent years by nearly hairless Chihuahuas, Chinese cresteds, or combinations of the two.
Judges said they were especially impressed by Walle's bizarre waddle of a walk.
Walle wins $1,500 and will make several network TV appearances next week.
The contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds gets worldwide attention, with media from around the world traveling to Petaluma, about 40 miles north of San Francisco.
Organizers say the dogs are judged for their "natural ugliness in both pedigree and mutt classes."
'The World's Ugliest Dog' Contest declared a new winner for 2013 - a mutt mix part beagle, basset and boxer - named Walle who has a huge head, short thick stature, and duck feet. Walle beat 29 other contenders at the 25th anniversary of the 'World's Ugliest Dog' Contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma Friday, June 21.
Walle hails from Chico and was a late entry in the contest, arriving minutes before the closing time. In a contest that has celebrated the Chinese Crested, Walle represented a departure from the usual. The breeds in this contest included pedigree and mutt mixes of Chihauhua, Chinese Crested, Boxer, Terrier, Pugs, Poodles, and Peruvian. Walle was acquired by his owner at three months old and won the crowd with his hind leg stance which demonstrated his girth and large head as he took a biscuit from his owner.
Walle walked away with $1,500 for winning the title of 'World's Ugliest Dog' as well as a trophy. But fame follows as well. He will appear on Weekend Today on Sunday and the Today Show on Monday. He'll also visit the Jimmy Kimmel Show on Wednesday.
Fanfare for the anniversary of the contest included the fair themed Dog Days of Summer and a retrospective exhibit featuring the last 25 years of the contest. Contestant dogs participated in a "PAW-tographing" of the new book World's Ugliest Dogs: The Official 'World's Ugliest Dog' Book with assistance from their owners and a dog stamp.
"This was the best in the seven years I've produced the contest," said contest producer, Vicki DeArmon. "A wide variety of dogs and a record crowd made the energy just electric and the hosts were hilarious."