Manage your professional, social and viral videos on Rumble

Editor Picks

Dog Meets Her Mom For The First Time Since She Was A Puppy 1m14s

Dog Meets Her Mom For The First Time Since She Was A Puppy

What a heart melting video! This mother and daughter duo can't stay away from each other for long. Harper was 11-weeks-old when she was adopted. That was the last time she had seen her mom. Now three months later, Harper finally gets to see her mom again! It's the first time they have seen each other since she was a puppy. This is one emotional reunion. You can tell these two have missed each other very much and are happy to see one another. Harper can't wait to get out of the car and see her mom. As soon as they see one another, they give each other a very warm welcoming. They can't get enough of each other, their bond is so special. What a beautiful day to go on a walk! This mother and daughter duo love to play around with each other as they take a fun walk in the sun. They run through the trees free and happy, what a beautiful sight to see. It is amazing that Harper was able to reconnect with here mom. Displaying her curious nature, Harper is all over the adult pooch. Eager to play, she jumps all around her parent , inviting her to have some fun and make up for lost time. Distance didn't set these blood related pooches apart, if anything, it brought them closer together, making them long for their reunion . How adorable! The little pup becomes ecstatic to cuddle with his mom, and cannot contain her happiness! This video is a proof that animals too cherish the blood relations and never forget! What a heartwarming reunion!

Oil Rig Rocks From Big Waves Like A Bathtub Toy1m15s

Oil Rig Rocks From Big Waves Like A Bathtub Toy

It is believed that storms in the North Sea make living aboard the Borgholm Dolphin very challenging. In extremely rough weather conditions, huge waves crash against the Borgholm Dolphin installation in the North Sea, making it look very fragile. Filmed by James Eaton, an offshore worker on the nearby Lomond Platform, the storm began on January 10 but had been known about for some time. Offshore worker James Eaton captured a footage of the severe storm that swept across parts of Scotland. When a gale blew through the North Sea recently kicking up a huge sea state, the Aker H3-design accommodation platform Borgholm Dolphin was caught right in the middle of it. The rig is located adjacent to BG Group’s Lomond platform in the central North Sea. Watch this terrifying footage as giant waves crash into a swaying oil rig. The petrifying footage shows North Sea oil rig battered by waves when a massive storm swells off the coast of Scotland. This footage alone is enough to make you seasick. Luckily, this nearby worker managed to catch the phenomenon on camera. The Borgholm Dolphin is currently on contract to BG Group according to Dolphin Drilling’s most recent fleet contract status. The oil rig is stationed in the North Sea, about 145 miles east of Aberdeen. The weather system was so strong that power was cut to approximately 140,000 properties in Northern Scotland at its worst. The storm lasted about two days with big seas. There are a lot of storms in this part of Scotland, but there is usually no one to witness and capture it, so this is an unusual footage. Built in 1975, the Borgholm Dolphin is a platform that measures 108m × 61m. A massive structure weighing almost 15,000 gross tonnes and is part of the larger Dolphin Drilling fleet, which also includes rigs off the coast of Norway. If you too wonder and dream abut the power of the sea, take a look at this next video where a ship rocks vigorously in heavy sea storm . Dramatic footage, filmed 100 miles out at sea, has emerged showing what it's like on a large ship during a major storm. The video, filmed during Storm Gertrude from the bridge of a ship on January 29, shows powerful surges of water crashing against the vessel as it rocks and sways over the waves. You can even hear the ship creaking under the wrath of the storm. It really made our stomachs drop! As if the sight wasn’t bad enough, the hand-held camera also managed to pick up the sounds too! The footage worthy of a Hollywood disaster blockbuster was shot by Chief Officer Graeme Hatley aboard the ERRV (Emergency Response & Rescue Vessel), a 150 foot long, 1100 tonne ship, as it is being thrown around in the rough sea. C.O. Hatley says that he has seen much worse in his career of 25 years rescuing boats on the wild seas. Mr. Hatley said that they were expecting it to be like this two days prior. The storm was ‘quick to blow, quick to go’, meaning that the bad weather was intense, but died out quickly. “We were expecting the ferocity and the wave height and had gusts of over 100 knots before we lost our anemometer,” says officer Hatley. “We were, for the first time ever, given the chance to run for shelter but didn’t take it since most of us have been in worse weather and for a longer time.”

Playful Newborn Foal Falls While Playing In Pasture1m44s

Playful Newborn Foal Falls While Playing In Pasture

Felix is a playful and happy foal who is three weeks old. He lives on a beautiful farm near Peterborough, Ontario, along with a few other horses, some cows, and a few dogs. He lives a carefree life and has access to several pastures and paddocks which he can romp and play in alongside his mother, Fling. The two are a joy to watch as they wander, graze, or lie in the sun. A typical foal in many ways, Felix often becomes playful and bounces in the air or runs around spontaneously, testing out his new legs. But Felix is not yet as coordinated or as graceful as his mother. In this video, we see him happily sprinting and kicking up his heels and we see his mother joining in the fun occasionally too. Felix hasn't mastered the art of cornering yet and he leans too far into his turn, causing his legs to slide out from under him. The moment turns from joyous to scary as Felix goes down hard, colliding with the dirt. He slides and ends up with his head being driven down into the ground. Alison, the owner of the farm watches as Felix rolls over, balanced momentarily on his head with his neck twisted painfully under him. The laughter stops as the man holding the camera ask Alison if Felix is okay. For a moment, it looks as if the poor foal might be seriously injured. Fling hurries in to check on her baby and she sniffs at him and waits. Felix lies on the ground, recovering, and everybody holds their breath. It's a good thing that a newborn foal is flexible or this spill would have caused a serious neck injury. Alison helps Felix to get his legs under him so he can get up. Felix eventually manages to get to his feet and he stands and looks around. Poor Felix seems confused and has temporarily lost his desire to run around the paddock. But after a few more minutes, Felix shakes it off and decides that its playtime again. Horses are naturally tough and being young, Felix is able to bounce back from a fall like this without any trouble. Within a few minutes, he is back to doing what foals do and he trots around again, ready for more playtime. But perhaps Felix will remember the lesson that comes with a fall and he will take the corners more cautiously. Felix is a very friendly little foal who is more curious about people than most horses . Following his mother's nature and temperament, he is more comfortable with human interaction and more content with close human contact. He seeks affection, much like a family dog, and enjoys playing with anyone who will chase him or run away from him. Felix is getting a lot of attention from Alison's family and from people who come to the farm to visit Fling and Felix. They have become a very popular pair. He is so adorable!

Adorable Dachshund Works At Local Pet Store Shop As Chief Meeter And Greeter1m23s

Adorable Dachshund Works At Local Pet Store Shop As Chief Meeter And Greeter

Living with us in mega-cities or in small villages, on the sea, in the desert and even in space or on the North Pole, they march along, leaving 4 paw traces, our friends - dogs. They are glorified in legends since days ancient as being more faithful than people and remain close in perilous times. There are volumes of poems inspired by and devoted to them, monuments erected in their remembrance and the never-fading memories we cherish of growing up with our first dog. In ancient times, dogs helped our ancestors hunt for mammoth and toothed tigers. Dog teams bare the credit naturalists, geologists and other adventure-seekers ventured into expeditions and conquest of the Arctic and Antarctic. In the world of today, many dogs live a comfortable couch life next to their beloved owners and we are grateful to them for the company. Yet, some dogs are not only sweet pets for company. They are hard-working canines which, like in the good old days help man overcome the obstacles of everyday life and win over nature. LIke this little pup on the video (of course we are exaggerating, its even more fun that way!) An adorable miniature dachshund has become part of the team at his local pet shop after being given the prestigious title of “store meeter and greeter”. One-year-old Frankie was bought to the shop by the owner, Judy Laine, who also works at the store in Broadmeadows, Nottingham, from the tender age of nine-weeks-old. The cute pooch with stubby short legs professionally assists with the day to day operations of the shop as well as greeting customers and what is more important, unlike regular employees who can take a sick leave – this dedicated canine has never missed a day on the job since the day he started working! The 42-year-old owner, Judy, said: "Frankie has full run of the shop when we are closed and we usually do early shifts, so most days we start work at 6.00 or 7.00 am. Whilst I’m cleaning out the pets at work, Frankie wanders around, plays chase with any colleagues he can distract, pinches loose biscuits from under the pick and mix biscuit bar. He also runs off with cardboard boxes when we have deliveries and generally has great fun." He is such a model employee that the company issued a special uniform just for him! And a hard-working dog needs his rest so there is even a bed for him laid under the till. Judy said: "Our colleagues absolutely adore him. "He’s such fun to have around with his sense of humor, even at 6 am in the morning. He makes us all laugh so much with his antics. "Pets at home head office love him and his uniform . They are starting to use him on their Instagram. That has given him a hashtag too - #PAHFrankie. "They want to use him as a product tester and have him 'review' products in the future. "He is literally the most perfect little dog ever." Dogs are absolutely amazing. They remind us of smaller and hairier versions of humans that love nothing more than to have fun. It seems like we can never get enough of the puppy awesomeness. They keep us at our toes with their antics and melt us into puddles of mush when they turn on their charm. They are like our furry offspring that likes to wake us up early in the morning to go potty but we don’t mind because they are adorable

Pet Fox Is Asked To Go Outside But She Doesn't Want To 4m05s

Pet Fox Is Asked To Go Outside But She Doesn't Want To

You probably think that animals don’t understand anything, but think just the opposite. They understand, they feel and they can even interact with people. This fox is literally so cute you can’t get mad at her. It seems like she is the boss here and she is deciding where she is staying. It’s funny that she is so stubborn, but if you already decided to keep a fox as a pet, at least your home will be insect free because that's what they usually eat. Have you ever considered that even foxes can be your pet? Many people think that the fox is a wild animal that can not be kept as a pet. But if you see this video you will think twice. This fox is someone's pet and proves that they can be cute and love their human. It is a fact that foxes that are kept as a pet are bonding very closely to their owners only, and consider other unknown humans as distrustful. Also when they make a bond with the owner they can be very playful and can keep you entertained for hours. It appears that Riot the fox is just too tired to go outside per his owner's request. But when you're as cute as that you can get away with almost anything! Cuteness overload! We realize that cats and dogs are residential sweet animals, yet have you at any point seen a fox so charming and sweet? While you may not consider foxes pets, in view of their adorable countenances, numerous individuals need to keep one. Here is one lovable video that will influence you to see foxes as pets! They look somewhat like the household pooch, making one wonder; can they likewise be kept as pets? The short answer is yes. Numerous animals may just hope to discover in a zoo can be exclusive and some even as house pets. The act of keeping purported outlandish pets is disputable yet to any individual who endorses of owning pet felines, the contentions against it don't hold water. Foxes are cunning, covert animals and that is probably what makes them charming. Foxes are to an incredible degree vivacious. foxes , as we presumably know, are to a great degree curious and neighborly. They value playing among themselves, and with various animals, for instance, mutts and cats. However, sometimes they just want to relax, enjoy the day and take several naps. Who doesn’t? Indeed, even the most experienced fox specialists have experienced issues in keeping grown-up foxes effectively in bondage as they have unmistakable requirements. 'Protected fox whelps can be raised and come back to the wild yet they should be raised in a way that doesn't habituate them to individuals, else, they would not have the capacity to fight for themselves or may keep running into inconvenience when discharged. 'Since foxes are wild creatures their necessities are unmistakable and they require expert care. What are your thoughts about having a fox as a pet? Would you keep one?

Latest Trending

Great Dane bounces and barks at cat to play2m00s

Great Dane bounces and barks at cat to play

Ellie the Great Dane loves to play with her buddy Jack the cat. Watch and laugh as Ellie pesters Jack to get up off his bed and play with her. Jack ignores Ellie's barking and bouncing, leaving Ellie no choice but to play with her jumbo bone, instead of her cat buddy!