What a time to be alive. You can now draft your three-dog side for this Sunday’s Puppy Bowl. Choose from all the competitors listed here, and I’m going to kick your ass because my team is the best.
One day after a Senators fan asked Bobby Ryan to score a goal for puppy-related reasons, a Blue Jackets fan asked winger Cam Atkinson to score on her birthday so she could get a dog. She chose the right player.
Senators winger Bobby Ryan helped some kids totally own their dad last night.
Looking at that image up top, you might think this dog here was in a great position to make the steal. His biggest concern, you might think, is how is he going to dribble and convert on the turnover on the other end? Sadly, our canine amigo got himself exposed.
For those who wanted an opportunity to remember former MLB pitcher Paul Byrd, here’s a crucial update. Byrd’s a Fox Sports sideline reporter for the Braves, and yesterday, he did a segment in the stands while a dog ate food off his head. When the team’s 60-90, anything goes.
An Atlanta-area hot dog committed an act of cannibalism at today’s Bark in the Park event at Turner Field. You may remember a different dog at a different Bark in the Park who also wanted a hot dog. Unlike that unfortunate pup, our friend here succeeded. Good for him.
Boy, that dog looks like it could use a half-eaten hot dog—or literally any unattended food—right now. Unfortunately for the pup, its owner didn’t relinquish the snack. Sorry, dog. Eat your own chow.
The dogs were all over Marlins Park Sunday for the team’s Bark in the Park event. A couple of pooches were even interviewed. One dog named Lemon, who belonged to Fox Sports Florida reporter Jessica Blaylock, was not thrilled about Craig Minervini’s microphone in her face.
The Reds held their Bark at the Park event for Tuesday’s game. A bunch of dogs showed up. Let’s highlight three good dogs.
Last August, a family of Minnesota Wild fans had their dog anthropomorphized into a player on the team, and the portrait was regal and adorable. A few more people asked Splendid Beast to paint their pets as hockey players, and the results are fantastic.
Before yesterday's Cardinals-Cowboys game, a Navy SEAL, with a dog attached to him, rappelled down from the Cowboys' gigantic scoreboard. The dog looked confused at best, and scared at worst. It was fine, though.
A friend I trust sent this fat dog to me. It is real. We have taken steps to protect his identity.
Joseph Fauria's got quite the story behind his sprained ankle, which caused him to miss yesterday's game against the Jets. The Lions tight end says he hurt himself last week in an attempt to thwart his puppy, Lil' Rufio, from peeing inside the house.
The Chicago White Sox held "Bark at the Park" Monday at U.S. Cellular Field, letting fans bring their dogs to the game, and it appeared to be a success. Look at these baseball dogs!
A family of Minnesota Wild fans paid for their dog Copper to be painted as a player for the team. As you can see, the piece turned out quite well. (Only pedants and Philistines would point out that Copper is depicted here as a helmetless anachronism.)
What's the typical New York dog? Is it a yippy little terrier named Lucky leaving little brown obstacles for Upper East Side pedestrians? Is it a retriever named Bella tolerating the demon children of Park Slope? Is it a shih tzu named Gizmo humping joggers' legs in Van Cortlandt Park? We took a look at some data…
Who's a good doggy? Who? Who? Not you! Because you...are a great doggy.