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Angry English Bulldog Confronts Harmless Door28s

Angry English Bulldog Confronts Harmless Door

A hilarious video has emerged of an angry pooch intensively barking at a moving door. Why is this English Bulldog barking at the door as if it's his mortal enemy? Nevertheless it makes for a hilarious clip! Bulldog aggression and dominance is something that comes instinctively to the breed. Dominance was the name of the game when they were originally bred, as herding and baiting was their main purpose. This breed tends to assert dominance over other doggies in particular and sometimes even their humans. This sort of behavior mostly occurs in younger puppies and it is very natural. It is adorable how this angry Bulldog pooch gets at the door, intensively trying to pick up a fight by barking in the most cutest possible way. He has the temper tantrum attitude that should not be ignored! So precious! Footage shows the hilarious moment when an English Bulldog pooch stands his arguments straight with the moving door, barking his lungs out at the swinging door, making for this adorable clip! The poor thing then tries to growl and shake his head to back up his statement, whatever that may be, but the entire performance is very funny. This angry pooch is even trying to bite the door, approaching it very closely, pushing it against the wall with its bulky head, trying to make it still, and not move at all! Barking his hearts out, the moody pooch is then at peace, given the door is not moving a bit! It is adorable how this cutie doesn’t mind the fact that the door is just a moving object and stands tall when he feels endangered by the moving piece of wood. Enrolling in a feisty confrontation , this pup sure knows how to win an argument. He is indeed one courageous fellow who knows how to start a fight and put up an argument. His bark is loud and scary, so doors, beware! Credit to 'titusbulldog'.

 Rescued Kitten Loves To Play Tug Of War With Patient Dog's Ears1m37s

Rescued Kitten Loves To Play Tug Of War With Patient Dog's Ears

What do you think of when you think of pets? Do you imagine them as adorable fluffballs who are there to give you a cuddle or two when you need them the most? Or do you maybe think of them as an extension of the family, your little brothers and sisters that speak another language and shed their hair all over your room? Among other things, people love to show off their pets. They are treated as stars, as cute toy creatures that give one joy, or even ugly, but ridiculously funny pets. Pets are, and this is a fact, one of the top-5 keyword searches on the Internet. It is totally inconceivable that a person who has access to the Internet and knows how to use it has not noticed that cats have totally taken over it and rule it with supremacy! But if you think that this is a modern phenomenon - you are dearly mistaken: not only that cats are trending for the past 10 years on the Internet but they are trending for millennia. If you do not believe us, please take a look at the drawings of cats in the Egyptian pyramids. The Internet was first conquered by cats: a lazy cat, an angry cat, a cross-eyed cat, a brave cat (Remember the hero cat who saved the little boy from a dog attack? Of course, we all do!) these were on the all-star list of Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. Photos, videos, memes, gifs, whatever you could possibly imagine to share online was instantly gaining immense popularity! Entire audiences of admirers and subscribers started to gather and expanded. And how did our dogs leg behind in this pet-craze? They actually did not! Dogs confidently began to catch up with the mustachioed mousers. And not only catch up, they even started overshadowing their popularity. When you think of a cat and a dog, we never think of one happy little family. Cartoons should take all the blame! Sure there are dogs who are fascinated by cats and chase them down, because cats resemble the burrow-dwellers that certain dog breeds have been taught to hunt in the past. But there are some dog breeds that have never felt any disdain for the feline kind and them make exceptional companions. Who has ever seem a Pomeranian dog chase after a cat? Sure, they bark on everything that moves, but that is a subject for another video. After being abandoned by his mother, Pancho the kitten was found alone and with his eyes closed. He was taken in by this caring family, who fed and nursed him to the healthy kitten he is today! While living in his new home, the fearless kitten became attached to Jinxy, an adorable Pomeranian dog. The pair couldn't be any cuter! Pancho loves Jinxy so much, he can’t take his tiny, needle-like teeth off the dog’s ears. Jinxy definitely knows how tiny and uneducated this kitten is, because if it were anyone else, he would have barked at them by now! But between tugs Pancho also delivers some loving kisses, which is probably why the Pomeranian puts up with him in the first place. What do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Husky Puppy Goes Against His 'Arch Enemy' The Plastic Bag1m31s

Husky Puppy Goes Against His 'Arch Enemy' The Plastic Bag

Raising dogs really can be like raising children. They need constant attention, need to be feed and really need to be played with too! Dogs love to play with their toys, but it seems that this husky just wants to play something else. Dogs are amazing companions that have brightened up our lives. From the time that humans have been around, we have co-existed with animals, even using them as faithful companions that help with everyday tasks. We have formed a bond with them that lasted years and still proves to be there even today. However, did you know that animals could form bonds with even the unlikeliest of animal? That seems to be exactly the case here! Huskies are a fearless and stubborn breed of dogs, so you'd expect that they'd be highly suspicious and excited when an unknown object comes across their territory. They are very playful and energetic, so sometimes they can even engage with the object and playfully examine it. This Husky puppy reacted adorably after noticing that a plastic bag entered into his backyard territory! He definitely didn't trust it! Just look at him barking and wagging his tail while running full-speed all across the backyard. He's obviously defending his home from the plastic bag, but it's just too adorable. Credit to 'ZestyMike'.

Breeder Was Going To Throw Out 2m52s

Breeder Was Going To Throw Out "Defective" Mastiff Puppy Until This Happens

This Neapolitan Mastiff, a purebred 4 week old puppy was about to be thrown out like trash because she was deemed "defective" but 2nd Chances Rescue raced over to save her. Full Story: Willow was born with a congenital condition called Swimmer's Syndrome. The condition means Willow was unable to stand or walk at the normal three weeks of age. Instead, her chest was flat and her legs were splayed out like a turtle "swimming." For Willow's breeder, she was considered a defect and was about to throw her out like trash but by chance he first posted a message on social media. Somehow, this message was repeatedly shared until it reached Jennifer Williams, President at 2nd Chances Rescue in Norco, California. Jenn got in the car and drove to this breeder’s home where she saw 5 healthy Neapolitan Mastiff’s running and playing - and then saw Willow who was floundering on the ground unable to keep up. These “defective” dogs are often euthanized or abandoned. Willow was in such a severe state that she could not eat or drink. Jenn immediately took Willow to Animal Acuscope Therapist, Gina Gould. Within two days, Willow took her first steps. Within months, she was running. Using a combination of binding her chest, tying her legs in the correct position, acuscope therapy and swimming, Willow has made a complete recovery. Today, eight months later, Willow is 80 lbs., rambunctious, happy and healthy. Note: A Neapolitan Mastiff puppy sells for $1,000 on the low end. From a reputable breeder, Mastiff puppies can sell as high as $3,000. Special thanks to Gina Gould, Animal Acuscope Therapist ginagouldebw@yahoo.com Please donate $5 to 2nd Chances Rescue: Jen2ndchances@icloud.com Website: www.2ndchances.rescueme.org Catch up with 2nd Chances Rescue socially: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2ndChancesRe ... Catch up with PAWsitive socially! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/PAWsitiveSubscribe Facebook: http://bit.ly/PawsitiveFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/PAWsitiveTwitter G+: http://bit.ly/PAWsitiveGooglePlus Director: Hai-Lam Phan Producer: Dawn Poomee Music: Provided by Premium Beats http://www.premiumbeat.com END CARD: Creative Commons Attribution music by Chris Zabriskie The song was not modified in any way. "Prelude No.6" by Chris Zabriskie Find more of Chris's music here: http://chriszabriskie.com/ To see the full Creative Commons License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b ... ***All people, locations, photos, footage and logos have been used with express written consent from all parties.***

Dog Lovingly Babysits Cute Baby Goats39s

Dog Lovingly Babysits Cute Baby Goats

This is Betty, a Pyrenean Mountain Dog. All she wanted to do this day was use the soothing shadow and take a nap on the ground. Little that she knew, her baby goat friends had quite different plans. Careful where you put those hooves, little ones… Baby goats are the most loving, easygoing creatures. They love Betty like she is one of them, like a goat mom. They are together all day and every day. Their favorite pastimes are cuddling, napping, and chasing each other around – but, even when playing, Betty never, ever stops caring about their safety. We all love our pets, and feel in our bones that this love is returned multi-folds. However, can cats and dogs fall in love other animals, too? Can the expressions of love we evidently notice in our pets, really just be simple instincts that help them get a treat or something else they want? There is cold, hard scientific research to back the ‘love theory’ up. Claremont Graduate University, Paul Zak has been doing a series of studies based to the “love drug” - oxytocin. Zak went to an animal refuge to test whether animals could feel love and friendship for other animals. His study focused on two young males who would often play and simulate fighting with each other. They were two different species: a dog and a goat. The the pair was left to interact freely in an enclosed area, and, he took their baseline blood samples and drew again after the playdate. The dog’s oxytocin levels increased by 48 percent, showing the strong friendship he feels t for his goat buddy. But it seems the goat is actually in love with the dog — he had an increase of 210 percent! To sum up, what you saw in the video were some true and beautiful mixed family moments.

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Friendly parrot tries to engage duck statues in conversation2m27s

Friendly parrot tries to engage duck statues in conversation

Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot is a silly, smart, and popular parrot who loves to talk and entertain! He likes to have conversations with his owners, talking, doing animal sound imitations and acting silly. He also enjoys singing and dancing in some of his video compilations. With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot’s videos will keep you entertained for hours! Einstein politely asked his duck friends if they would like a grape. He gives them a friendly wave, then asked if they would prefer broccoli or sweet potato. He informs them that "It's good". Sadly, he gets no response, so Einstein offers water and again tells them it's good. He walks up and gently nudges one of the ducks with his foot. Einstein decides that maybe a little dancing and whistling would get thier attention. It didn't, so he walks over to them again and reassuringly tells them it's OK. Einstein continues to dance his heart out. Sadly, no response. After one last nudge and a little hug Einstein decides the ducks just aren't interested in what he has to offer. If you would like to watch more videos of Einstein, visit his channel page on Rumble: https://rumble.com/einsteinparrot/ Einstein parrot is also famous for some of his silly quotes and sayings. Online, Einstein the talking parrot is popular across many social media platforms. Einstein's favorite places to talk at home is perched on the shower wall, in the kitchen on his drawer, and on his screened in back porch. As stated on his website, Einstein's mission statement: "To entertain and bring joy, to foster the human-parrot bond, and to convey that parrots are deserving of immeasurable amounts of patience, nurturing, and companionship." Einstein's website ( www.einsteinparrot.com ) is designed to inform you about the care of parrots and also entertain you. As previously mentioned, Einstein is popular on many social media sites such as YouTube @einsteinparrot, Instagram @einsteinparrot, Twitter @einsteinparrot, and Facebook @einsteintexanparrot. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. A parrot such as Einstein can live to be 50 or 60 years old. Many larger parrots like Macaws can live to be 100 years old. They all require a lot of care, proper nutrition, training, time and patience. Parrots need a lot of attention and lots of toys and activities to keep from being bored. Parrots are also expensive, a large cage is an investment and plenty of play perches to spend their out of cage time. Specialized veterinarian care is also required. Most of all they require your companionship and a forever home. Many people decide after the first few years of parrot ownership that the responsibility is too great and the parrots become neglected and sometimes abandoned. When that happens they are sent to parrot rescue facilities to be adopted by a new family or some spend their lives in sanctuaries. It is often said, "Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!"