The next time you have your bike stolen, considering hiring these two to keep your two-wheeler safe. Not only will they protect your bikes from those hoping to get a five-finger discount, they’re cute to boot! Just remember to provide them with food, water and lots of love to ensure they reach their bike-protecting potential.
Delivering mail probably gets pretty tiresome around this time of the year. In the summer, you’re basically walking in the sun, enjoying the heat but in the winter it gets all slushy, salty and wet. At least this adorable Golden Retriever makes things a little easier on this mailman who 1) Gets to hang out with the cutest dog ever, even if it’s just for a couple seconds 2) Doesn’t have the worry about the mail safely getting to the recipient — the dog has it covered.
NathanJBarnatt‘s girlfriend went away and missed her dog so much that he made her a video. It’s impossible NOT to think this dog is adorable considering he’s wearing grandpa glasses and has an aggressive overbite. Any dog that plays retro video games and plays with Ninja Turtle action heroes is a friend of mine.
1. Today on the Internet, animal photos ruled again, starting with this photo of a new species of monkey found in Africa, called lesula. He eats bananas (unconfirmed) and will look deep into your soul with his beady eyes.
2. Although the animal photos were going strong, this young violinist delighted us with a sexual innuendo. This is how gangstas play the violin.
3. Finally! A fashionable fox you can fit in your roomy cardigan pocket to bring around town with you. It’s a statement piece.
4. Officially the nicest place on Earth. How will I ever go back to my house with the view of the hydro field? Gudvangen, Norway.
I’ve repeated this OVER AND OVER again but I’m partial grumpy things. Grumpy Care Bears, grumpy professors (they’re so cute!), grumpy Smurfs and of course, grumpy animals like Henri the Existential Cat.
Now I think I’ve finally found my future dog in Porter the English Bulldog. Porter is unhappy about something and he wants everyone to know it. What is he so upset about you ask? “Porter is three months old and hates being on his leash,” his owner writes on YouTube. One commenter suggests: perhaps he feel emasculated by the purple leash? Just a thought.
I love my dog Kokomo… but sometimes I wish he contributed a little more around the house. While I’m slaving over the dishes and vacuuming, he just sits there looking adorable. Comparatively, this dog Jesse dusts his owner’s picture frames and picks up litter for the community.
The dog is currently in a competition to be “Arizona’s Favorite Dog.” Why you should vote for Jesse: he does house chores most people don’t find enjoyable and is a well-rounded member of the community. This is the third of Jesse’s “Useful Dog Tricks” videos.
In frightful situations, the best strategy is to close your eyes so the perceived monster goes away. If that’s not possible (ie if the monster is a stationary hardwood floor that you have to cross) just walk backwards like Sawyer. If you can’t see it, it can’t hurt you.
This Siberian Husky puppy named Mr. Puff was parched and just wanted a cold beverage, but didn’t expect his head to get stuck in the cardboard box for Sunkist. As soon as everything goes dark, he starts to back away as his owners call for him: “Where are you going bud?” Well, bud doesn’t want a box on his head so he’s trying to swing it off in the other room while you stand there and film it. That’s where.
Eventually he gives up and sits down with his head lowered to the ground. Don’t worry though, it has a happy ending. He eventually gets the box off his head, though his owner tries to weasel a trick out of him. Come on guys, he’s already in a bad place!
Are these dogs:
a) Playing a game like Ring Around the Rosy or Duck, Duck, Goose
b) Training for the upcoming dog marathon (it’s an actual thing) by running laps around the track field.
c) Trying to make their owners dizzy so they can finally work out their escape plan.
I was floored when my dog Kokomo learned how to roll over and sit in one place for 30 whole seconds. I was secretly convinced that he was some sort of canine Mensa genius, until I saw 17-year-old Ashleigh and her dancing dog Pudsey. My confidence quickly deflated.
The duo took home the Britain’s Got Talent crown for their adorable dance routines. Apparently the little fur ball could be worth millions once sponsorship and endorsement deals roll in.
So what’s next for Pudsey? Will he replace Uggie as the number one canine movie star? We’re not sure, though Simon Cowell predicted he would be the most famous dog in the world.
This dog is working toward burping the full alphabet but for right now he just belches after every meal. They’re not just little puppy burps either, they’re contest-worthy.
This Puggle is peeved off at the vacuum cleaner and is NOT backing down. His offensive strategy is to
bark squack loudly. “To be fair,” his owner writes on YouTube, “the vacuum cleaner ate the last pudding cup out of the mini-fridge.
This dog and parrot are feeling incredibly healthy today (gotta get those probiotics) and fight over this empty container of yogurt. The dog gets his way when he wants to but the bird puts up a good fight!
Yesterday, we saw an adorable video of an incredibly confused dog named Emma staring at a computer screen. His owner was playing a pre-recorded video of her cat, who was in the same room as the dog. You could see the wheels turning in his head but he doesn’t quite understand how the cat could be on the computer screen and also in the room.
Now we present the sequel to that video and it’s spun to a level as deep as Inception. In this video, the dog is watching a video of himself watching the video of the cat. The poor guy is just as confused as yesterday! How is he in two places at once?
Emma was a bit confused when she saw the family cat on the computer screen. Was that really her and if so, how did she get in there? At one point she actually goes over to make sure the cat is actually in her box. Another interesting experiment? Show the dog this video on the computer.
When my dog Kokomo is invited along for a car ride, he goes insane. He sticks his head out the window and the wind pushes his hair back so tight that his albino eyes draw the attention of other drivers on the rode. My dog’s afraid of everything (most notably my cat Farley) but a car ride is the most exciting part of his day.
So you’d think a 10 minute car ride would be a piece of cake for this Siberian Husky, Shiro. But she can’t stand it without holding the driver’s hand.
The owner says on YouTube: “My dog started doing this when she was 9 months old randomly.”
It’s so adorable!