Ahead of the Pack

Mad scientists at the Center for Bad Ideas have announced the results of the first experimental head exchange. “We’re pleased to announce that the experiment was mostly completely successful,” said a CBI spokesperson. Asked about the other participant in the exchange, the spokesperson said “Goodness, look at the time,” threw a smoke bomb, and escaped.


Hah! Fooled you! This is actually a “Jug,” a Jack Russell Terrier/Pug mix. Learn more at Dog of the Day. Thanks, Karen F.!

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6 thoughts on “Ahead of the Pack

  1. allein June 15, 2016 / 9:17 am

    Aw! He’s very cute! (He looks a tad more, uh, natural, in the pictures at the link…wish they had included some baby pictures, though.)

    On a side note, one of the “you may also like” links is The Sad Tale of the Cabbage Thief. That picture was the desktop background I came in to this morning at work (I have several pictures that change every couple of hours, so I never know what I’ll get when I show my desktop). 😊

  2. Gigi_the cat lady June 15, 2016 / 10:22 am

    It’s the collar that makes it look like the head doesn’t belong to the body, reminds me of the chihuahua/lady in Mars Attacks

    • allein June 15, 2016 / 10:26 am

      Yes…the edge of the collar against the lighter fur gives it a bit of that bad-Photoshop vibe…

      Though the more I look at it (especially after seeing the other pictures of him), the more natural it looks. Reading the story before seeing the picture really sets you up to see the disconnect (so, good job Mike!).

      • 6rabbits June 15, 2016 / 10:37 am

        Yes, exactly! Bad photoshop effect!

  3. 6rabbits June 15, 2016 / 10:35 am

    Perfect post, NTMTOM! 😉 I wonder if he’d look less 2-part with a different color collar?

    I really don’t understand why breeders are mating _pugs_ with other breeds? Pugs have a lot of health problems, and in the case of puggles, the hardy genes of beagles don’t seem to counteract those problems. You get a less healthy beagle instead of a healthier pug. (Apologies to pug lovers, not meaning to offend.)

    • Kar June 15, 2016 / 6:05 pm

      To be honest, there’s some pure breeds that I have issues with too. Teacup anything, bulldogs, etc.

      Some people insist that mutts are the healthiest They say that whatever you breed, if it’s not pureblood then within three generations you get the archetypical mutt you see on the street,

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