It was moveable. Wasn't meant to go in the car as a carrier... so I suppose crate was the wrong word. House, I meant dog house.
Wed 5 Dec, 2012 06:46 pm
Kenji, a six-year-old dog, looks at a Christmas cake at a restaurant in Tokyo. Pastry chef and Italian restaurant owner Naohiko Nagatani came up with a dog-friendly take on Japan's Christmas cake, which is usually based on sponge and laden with whipped cream, that can be eaten by both dogs and their owners.
New Zealand SPCA dog Porter, a 10-month-old Beardie Cross, drives a modified Mini Countryman on a race track in Auckland, New Zealand. The SPCA said they trained three dogs to drive cars for a series of events to publicize the adoption of animals looked after by the shelter, claiming 'You can teach an SPCA dog new tricks.'
I strongly recommend this post (in his blog) by Robert Mankoff (New Yorker cartoon editor) about cartoons with dogs in them. It starts out with his promotion of The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs but he get going on some of the history of dog cartoons in the magazine, with lots of observations: