The Weekly Walk: Dogs Think the Superbowl Should be a Large Bowl for Dog Treats

The Weekly WalkArticle of the Week: Football is for the Dogs

If watching humans play football on Superbowl Sunday is not for you, you can watch an event that supports animal participants instead. Enter the Puppy Bowl, an event designed to raise awareness about adopting pets from shelters. It airs on Sunday, February 3, 2013 at 3:00 ET/PT, and you can view it on Animal Planet. Click here or the photo to watch a trailer for the event, as well as related videos. Are you ready for some woofs?

Obie Weight-loss Update

Obie is down to 47 pounds (from 77), and he appeared on another talk show. Click here to watch. Obie’s story starts around forty-five seconds.

Quote of the Week

“Time spent with cats is never wasted.” -Sigmund Freud

Treat of the Week

An extensive list of ways to make football Sunday worthwhile for you and your pup.

Animal Sound of the Week

“Meuh,” says the French cow.

Photo of the Week

We’re guessing a Puppy Bowl fan.

Friday Fun: More Puppies and Football

Animal Planet not only hosts the Puppy Bowl, but they have several videos to watch to get you excited for the event. Watch puppies choose the winners of this year’s Superbowl. See how the Puppy Bowl was prepared, and watch the craftsmanship that went into making the stadium. Click the photo to view all of Animal Planet’s videos for the event and get excited. Woof!

Thank you for joining us on the Weekly Walk. We hope you have a wonderful weekend, and we hope that you share any wonderful stories about you and your pet during the Puppy Bowl or Superbowl here, on Twitter, or Facebook.

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