One of the few times I ever spent a night in the woods, Limey Jones managed to escape the tent. I bolted outside just in time to spot a little white dog darting down a pitch black trail. “LIMEY! Get back here!” The little guy obeyed and scampered back to the tent. Before crawling inside, he took a cheap shot at Luke in the adjacent tent. Of the two, Limey was better suited to spot at night. He was pure white.
Now Korean geneticists have solved the problem of finding your dog at night. They’ve created glow-in-the-dark dogs. No, I’m not kidding. Click the link. A team of researchers at the Seoul National University inserted a gene into a group of dogs that made them glow under UV light. The dogs were designed to aid in Alzheimer’s research but it’s only a matter of time until it’s a boutique pet. “Hey – check this out!”