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Needy Dog Refuses To Let Owner Exercise1m06s

Needy Dog Refuses To Let Owner Exercise

Dogs make the best workout buddies because they never complain about hills, or cancel on you last-minute. Man’s best friend is always willing to follow the owner out the door. Dogs’ energy can be contagious and there are lots of activities you and your canine can do together while strengthening your bond. Of course, this applies if your buddy is up for the challenge. However, this German Shepherd is the worst workout buddy because he refuses to let his owner exercise. As soon as his owner starts doing crunches, the canine stands on her way and doesn’t let her continue. Hilarious! This stubborn German Shepherd wouldn’t stop at nothing for a little extra attention. Watch how needy he gets for owner’s attention, every time she gets on the floor he places his head on her upper body and does everything in his power to stop her from doing them annoying crunches. He is so funny! It is adorable to watch how seriously the dog tries to get owner’s attention by hugging her and getting his body all over her face. This sweet little pooch desperately tries to get his owner to snuggle with him and stop her non-sense moves! Maybe he thinks that she is in some kind of trouble or has lost her mind, because the curious moves she does when she bends up seem strange to the loyal dog! Adorable reaction!

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Published: August 23, 201717,275,678 views
Adorable German Shepherd Is Guilty And He Knows It1m42s

Adorable German Shepherd Is Guilty And He Knows It

Guilty dogs are one of the most hilariously adorable things out there on the Internet. They are always up to some mischief, hoping they never get caught. But in fact, they do get caught quite a lot, and their reaction is almost identical every single time - no eye contact, look of guilt and of course - those irresistible puppy eyes. Shadow the German shepherd is no exception to this tradition, and delivers the best guilty response ever! When his mom asks him if he did the mess, at first he looks surprised, but when the evidence is shown to him, he instantly changes his reaction and proceeds to avoid eye contact. No matter how many times his mommy asks him if he is responsible for the chewed up mattress, he just looks away hoping she'll forgive him. After all, he was just playing and didn't mean any harm. This is one of the many things that come along with owning a dog. It's not always rainbows and butterflies, but even these situations are adorable and dogs are quickly forgiven. Who could stay mad at a face like that? Not his mommy, that's for sure. We hope that next time Shadow will know better than chewing up stuff that aren't toys.

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Published: August 23, 2017986,852 views
 Horse Throws Tantrum When Owner Leaves Her Alone In Field1m26s

Horse Throws Tantrum When Owner Leaves Her Alone In Field

I'm sure you will agree that horses are one of the most majestic and beautiful animals on the planet. Despite the fact that they can easily crush us with their sized and immensely powerful hooves and therefore inspire fear, horses are very tender and beautiful creatures. And they show their tenderness in a wonderful way. Many people love their horses, take care of them and provide them with a natural life of the highest quality. But they cannot understand how horses communicate their gratitude, affection or even convey their reaction back to people who handle them. Just like a cat that folds on its lap, or a puppy that licks its nose, the horse has ways of saying that they love you. Each of the horses has a very different personality and brings a different specialty to the sessions. People gravitate towards a certain horse or, more often, a horse will gravitate towards them and then the real magic begins. The horses are exceptionally affectionate, playful and even patient. People describe their time at the Mane Intent differently but all agree that the ten gentle souls that make up this herd are truly unique. For many, the visit is a very moving and emotional experience that can drastically change their outlook. These horses are capable of connecting with people in a way that has to be seen to be believed. Phoenix the Friesian horse loves nothing more but to hit the ignore button for her owner. So, when it’s time for her to leave the pasture, her owner calls her saying it’s time to go. Phoenix pretends that the call has never got to her ears and goes on grazing grass. She acts like a spoiled horse and she doesn’t suppose that her owner would ever leave her alone. Her handler keeps repeating “Are you coming? Are you coming?” but when she realizes that this stubborn horse is nowhere close to obey her nice way of asking, she changes the tactics. Reverse psychology that is - a perfect way to make obstinate and cranky children do what they are asked to do. And guess what, it works miraculously. The moment her owner says that she would leave her and says bye, the bell rings in the mind of this headstrong horse and reality hits her hard. Of course, Phoenix doesn’t want to be left alone locked in the field so she starts acting crazy. She throws the funniest horse tantrum ever. Who would have thought that horses, just like babies, can throw tantrums like this. As Phoenix gets close to the gate, she shows her displeasure and feels agitated. She starts jumping with her high and long steps which gives her a gait that is straight and forward, with a spring to her step thanks to the strength of her pushing power within the legs. Once you have established relationship with this horse, it is something that creates an emotional connection between the handler and the horse. Just like you might have an argument with your best friend, a Friesian is likely to have an argument with you from time to time. Yet at the same time, Phoenix doesn’t like conflict at all. If she experiences a stressful situation, then she will attempt to use her owner as a shield against that difficult emotion. Lesson learned, don’t you think?

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Published: May 4, 2018479,458 views
Phoenix the Horse cannot stop giving hugs and kisses to owner! 2m33s

Phoenix the Horse cannot stop giving hugs and kisses to owner!

Horses are intelligent although some are undoubtedly more intelligent than others. They have the ability to learn but also the ability to work things out for themselves such as opening stable bolts, freeing themselves from accidents in the field, etc. A horse is a fast learner with correct and consistent training.This video is adorable and you must see it believe it that a horse can actually pull her owner in for huge hug's one after another, she reels her owner in and gives kisses in-between, her owner has no treats and she has not been taught to do this, she just does it to be close to her owner, This is so Adorable!! Let us know what you think of this video ?

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Published: March 6, 201847,768 views
Chihuahua Completely Fascinated With Barking Toy Puppy1m25s

Chihuahua Completely Fascinated With Barking Toy Puppy

There is a reason why the proverb says that curiosity killed the cat and it doesn’t say that it killed the dog. Cats are very fond of finding out everything there is to know about the space they live in, while dogs are just happy to have food and a comfortable space to lay their head to sleep at night, but what happens when someone enters their turf and stakes their claim? Check out this footage to find out more. We all have that special nook in the house that is ours and no one else’s. It is the place we would like to curl ourselves in a ball in and just lay until the end of time, or at least until our problems or the bad weather pass us by. Dogs are very much like us in that manner. Our loving pets, too, have a comfortable nest where they love to sit and wait for us to show them some love. We might give them the most comfortable dog beds or even let them sleep on down feathers, but they would still climb on our beds or sleep on the cat bed when we turn our attention to something else. However, if there is one place in a dog home that is their favorite, then it’s in their owner’s embrace. They are creatures of habit which means that they find comfort in the things they already know and are aware of so it comes as no surprise that they might get a bit precautious of any new intruders in the vicinity. Take a look at this footage of a tiny Chihuahua called Poppy meeting the newest member of the family for the first time. Poppy is very apprehensive of the newest addition so she takes baby steps when approaching it. What she doesn’t realize, though, is that the tiny critter barking up the place is nothing more than a plush toy her owner bought for Poppy to play with. She tries in vain to get any reaction out of it, but it only manages to give her the automated bark every time her owner presses on its belly. To make matters worse, the lady decides to pretend that the plush toy is her new favorite pet and cuddles with it. Poppy doesn’t seem to like this new turn of events so she tries to get her owner to cuddle with her too. Seriously, how precious is that?! Some might say that dogs are very easy to please, a little scratch behind the ears, a bit of a smooch and that’s it, they’d be happy for lifetimes to come. Even if it were that easy, there is nothing more rewarding than watching your pet canine happy time and time again. 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!

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Published: July 19, 201840,736 views
When Your German Shepherd Thinks He's A Lapdog1m11s

When Your German Shepherd Thinks He's A Lapdog

The size of your dog doesn't always matter when he wants to sit on your lap. It's easier for you to enjoy a small lap dog as you sit together on the couch, but big dogs often crave the same type attention for similar reasons. This German Shepherd is so cheeky and he jumps straight onto his owner’s lap! Unfortunately for her though, he is not a little puppy anymore! However, that doesn't stop him from jumping up in his owner’s lap and just sitting there like he is a little puppy, while the human is getting crushed underneath him. A big OUCH! Big dogs seem to think they are still little puppies and want to sit in their human’s lap even when they grow up, without finding anything unusual about that. He just cannot realize that he is heavy! Finding the reason behind this behavior helps owners better understand whether they need to take action to change the behavior of their dog, and whether it is fine to cuddle. Your pup becomes part of your family and you are part of his pack. Getting higher than your feet allows him to interact more closely with you, he gets more petting and loving than when he's on the floor alone. When he jumps on your lap and you pet him, you reinforce the behavior and teach him that if he feels the need for some petting, all he needs to do is settle down on your lap. When this becomes a habit for your dog it is hard to break it!

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Published: October 11, 201722,932 views
Little Girl Is Very Mad And Starts To Cry When Seagulls Steal Her Food 40s

Little Girl Is Very Mad And Starts To Cry When Seagulls Steal Her Food

Seagulls are very entertaining birds to watch fly around in the sky, but they are also lovers of stealing food! It seems like they are always hungry and are willing to grab anything they can get their beaks on, silly birds! This little girl loved watching the birds fly around, they were definitely putting a smile on her face. That smile turned upside down when she saw the seagulls pull off an action that she wasn't expecting one bit. She had placed her sandwich slices down in front of her, and the seagulls wasted no time grabbing every single last bite, poor girl! This little girl doesn't want to have to deal with these pesky seagulls ever again. Can't blame her! None of us would be happy is someone stole our food, it just isn't fair. Next time this little girl goes outside to eat some food, she is going to have to keep it close to her, or else the seagulls will try to attack it as soon as they can. Time to go make a new sandwich, and it probably won't be eaten outside anytime soon! Check out this video of seagulls devouring the little girls food. She was not pleased at all. Silly seagulls!

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Published: August 3, 201722,411 views
Horse Won't Respect Owner's Privacy, Keeps Opening Door2m25s

Horse Won't Respect Owner's Privacy, Keeps Opening Door

The owner of this horse named Sapphire cannot get any private time at all! When she closes the door to get changed, Sapphire has none of it - she just flings open the door to see what is going on and nearly knocks her over in the process! Sapphire is an Anglo Arab and she is 14 years old. She has become accustomed to being with her owner all the time! Usually, when we think of an animal that has zero respect for <a href=" https://rumble.com/v33mz6-when-your-cat-doesnt-respect-personal-space.html?mref=8102&mrefc=71 " target="_blank">personal space</a>, we think of cats instantly. Those things can really step on you! But maintaining personal space with any animals that you keep as a companion is crucial, both for safety and for bonding sake. Maintaining the integrity of personal space when working with horses is also crucial for these same reasons. It helps ensure a successful partnership with these animals. Uninvited penetration of a handler’s personal space is a behavior that is preventable and manageable yet often overlooked. Likewise, awareness of the horse’s personal space is just as important as defending our own. In the wild horses are generally well spaced out with at least a body’s length between them. Crowding of handlers is common in horses considered to have behavior issues or a lack of training. Handlers unknowingly reward crowding behavior with treats or scratches. Crowding is more often a case of poor handling or training rather than disrespect or ill intent. Asking the horse to move out of one’s bubble requires the horse to move away from a stimulus. The stimulus could be pressure from your hand, a tap from a whip, or a swinging lead rope. It is considered a good practice to move the horse away twice as far as it came in while refusing to give ground by keeping one’s feet still. This type of training is good for any horse as working with humans dictates that horses must learn to move away from pressure when prompted. (source: horses-and-ponies.com)

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Published: October 11, 20176,103 views
Big dog vs Little girl 3m16s

Big dog vs Little girl

Little girl trying to teach our large German Shepherd, Shadow new tricks, watch how he obeys her then knocks her over whilst doing them, then he thinks its playtime and pounces as if to play. Hilarious!

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Published: April 29, 20174,544 views
Girl submerged up to her knees in mud !!2m42s

Girl submerged up to her knees in mud !!

Little girl decides to step into the mud,while out walking the dog, big mistake !! her feet sank so far that her wellies submerged and filled up with dirt, we went over to the stream to wash her feet and the flow washed her wellie away!! So funny!! Just listen to her when her wellie starts to float away.

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Published: October 2, 20171,461 views
Honey lays like a baby in her owners arms 1m01s

Honey lays like a baby in her owners arms

Meet Honey our very own brand new puppy, she is only 10 weeks old and she is very comical and entertaining. She is absolutely brimming with personality and she is very quirky. she loves snuggling up with her owner !! Chihuahuas adore warmth, oh, yes! They will seek out the tiniest sunspot in which to bask, and they tunnel under blankets and towels. You have to be careful whenever you sit down on your sofa or bed, as there could be a Chihuahua tucked under there! because they are so small you just do not see anything at all! but there are good things about them being so small they are so easy to carry around and very light. Chihuahuas come in several different coats and colors and they are naturally suspicious of strangers? But if you raise them properly, they can be suspicious without letting everyone within earshot know it, ow, although they do have a reputation of being nasty this is not always the case it is how you bring them up and if you start to teach them from an early age they should "get along peacefully" but not always just like humans Chihuahuas are not going to like and get along with everyone. On the contrary, many Chihuahuas are nat or without progressing to threats. It's up to YOU to draw and enforce the line. All in all, Chihuahuas are really funny and entertaining in quirky ways (hard to describe – you gotta be there!) and are loveable characters they are very loyal pets and are great additions to any family they don't really like to go on long walks, so these are great companions for people who cannot get about and only have small gardens, that should be all the exercise they need .

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Published: April 10, 20181,341 views
German Shepherd intrigued by baby bunnies 3m35s

German Shepherd intrigued by baby bunnies

Just look at the German Shepherd he's thrilled to be meeting these little bunnies, just look at how curious he is as he playfully pushes them with his nose and licks them, he is just a gentle giant, and the bunnies don't seem to mind at all!

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Published: August 26, 2017408 views