Dogs & Puppies

Greedy beagle caught on camera squeezing through cat door32s

Greedy beagle caught on camera squeezing through cat door

Buddha is a lovable little dog with one serious flaw. His stomach is much larger than his brain and it dictates what he does more often than not. When the cat door was cut out, the opening was carefully planned to be too small for him to squeeze his belly through. But Buddha's family had recently put him on an exercise plan that involved nightly walks and limited food portions. It was working well because Buddha's round figure became much more athletic. His waistline was shrinking and he was more energetic. He was showing all the signs of a reformed food addict having found a new level of health. But his progress mysteriously stopped and he hit a plateau. Something was obviously going on when the family cat started losing weight and asking for more food. Her food bowl was always empty, even though she was perpetually hungry. Buddha's family decided to mount a few cameras to see what was happening. They put the cat's food out and closed the door. Predictably, Buddha watched all of this with great interest. Then they turned on the television and settled down in the other room. Buddha joined them and lay on the floor as if he was going to have a little nap. Engrossed in the TV show, they didn't see him quietly sneak out. It wasn't until he was spotted returning to the family room that they realized he was missing. Suspiciously, he was licking his lips and wagging his tail, obviously delighted to have made another successful raid. Sure enough, the cat food dish had been emptied and licked completely clean. Only the beagle could have eaten so much, so fast. When they looked at the footage, it all came together. Unbelievably, he had slimmed down enough to squeeze his still ample frame through the hole in the door. Even though he was the only suspect and it was what they had guessed, it was still a huge surprise to see him actually pull off the crime and make his escape. It was such a tight fit that he obviously had a harder time getting out than he did getting in. Buddha's crime spree was over and the family installed a little trim around the hole to close it off just enough to keep him out. Buddha is persistent and optimistic though, and he continued to try to get through the door in the same way for many nights after. With a little luck, he'll figure out that the cat door is not a lot smaller and some extra effort on the weight loss plan will reward him with a figure that will once again enable him to get through so he can reach that delicious cat food.

Huge Newfoundland goes crazy before bedtime1m04s

Huge Newfoundland goes crazy before bedtime

Samson the 160 pound Newfoundland has a chaotic habit of getting the “zoomies” right before bed. Watch the family take cover as he rips through the house only to end it in the most snuggle ready position! Awww Samson!

brenmichelle
Published: September 17, 20184,507 plays$6.60 earned
Bossy Aussie throws temper tantrum for attention1m35s

Bossy Aussie throws temper tantrum for attention

We all have that friend that is bossy all the time and always needs the attention to be on them, but have you ever seen those qualities in a dog? This thirteen year old Australian Shepherd is one bossy girl, and she sure is demanding! When her owner doesn't pay attention to her, her personality turned to pure boss as she whines, paws and barks over and over until she gets some attention. Even her eyes have this look like "pay attention to me now or else!" and we cannot be sure she is exaggerating! We have never seen such an act for attention, especially from a dog. She doesn't seem like she has any plans of taking no for an answer! This bossy attitude goes on and on until you hear someone say...."just pet her already" and her owner finally puts his hand out to scratch behind the canine's ear! But the moment he stops, the shenanigans start all over again with the crying and yapping! This seems to be a never ending hissy fit! Australian Shepherds are known to be string headed and bossy by nature, but this is just going too far! Her temper tantrums are hilarious to watch, but we wonder what her owners actually think about it. It would be like having another kid in the house whining and complaining about everything! Her age might have something to do with her bossy personality! At the old dog age of thirteen, she may feel that she deserves attention at all time. Or maybe she is just loosing her eye sight and needs her owner to pet her so she knows where he is. Either way, her temper tantrum is hilarious, and we are happy that her owner finally gave in to give her the loving that she deserves!

MYAtheAussie
Published: September 17, 20181,610 plays$3.08 earned
Husky and Shiba Inu fail to catch treats in slow motion49s

Husky and Shiba Inu fail to catch treats in slow motion

While eating treats from the bowl is too easy for Loki the Shiba and Snow the Husky, they decided to take it to the next level: catching treats in mid-air. The slow motion effect captures their hilarious actions and happy moments. Although they did not catch any of them, Loki and Snow had a great time together!

Great Dane Tries To Ignore Pesky New Puppy1m29s

Great Dane Tries To Ignore Pesky New Puppy

Get a puppy, they said... It will be fun, they said. Watch and laugh as patient Ellie tries to ignore seven-week-old Mikey's assault on her ears and head! Mikey is new to the house, and for that matter - new to the world as well. As it goes with the youngsters of all species, they just want to have it carfree all day long, grab a bite, have their revitalizing zzz's and of course - explore the world around. And, in their term, exploring means threading on, tasting, licking, chewing, gnawing and occasionally getting into serious trouble. But there is no trouble on the horizon this time because patient Ellie is here as a big sis guardian . She is big alright and guardian in the blood. Nothing bad will happen to Mickey while she is here. But, can we get to say the same about Eles's safety? Watch the video at the top of the page! Mickey is allover Elie! He is trampling on her head, chewing her snout and ears, trying to go make her stand up and trying to entice her into playing with him. It is all play with Mickey and Elie just wants a few minutes to rest on the beautiful living room carpet. At times, watching the video, you just wich to shoo Mickey away and leave some space for the black mountain of a dog who is now playing his victim. But Elie doesn't seem to share this notion. Her patience and understanding are simply astounding. It looks as if she can remember the days when she was nothing but a small pup and did exactly the same! Cannes astound us sometimes with their gentleness and understanding. They are so intuitive and insightful that you might think they have attended special training in pup rearing. We just wish that some people followed their lead and behaved exactly like them. On the Topic of Great Danes, take a look at another video where one Dane dreamed to be a great cattle dog . This is a story of the Great Dane who always dreamed of being a cattle dog. The Dane, called Elliot, had all it took to be Great in keeping cattle at bay: high-energy, working ethics, high level of devotion to his owner and family i.e. management, was good to work both in a team and take responsibility and take proactive decisions as an individual. However, our Dane, as all the great stories of success and achievement go, was not born in the right bloodline. Eliot was intended to be primarily family pet and, despite his size, he was to live on the farm without being given extraordinary duties, except providing an occasional deep-throated bark to help guard the property against robbers. This did not discourage Eliot from working on fulfilling his lifelong dream. He was always a good dog patiently waiting for his chance. And the chance finally came. Watch the video and see what happened! The Friesdale horses on the farm always loved to play and splash in the pond. He was observing them from the distance and, although they were having such a good time, he knew he had to pull them out to safety. Elliot hated when people and animals went into the water because he was secretly afraid of it. He went on telling, warning the horses to stay away, but they just would not listen! Despite his fear, Eliot knew that now was the perfect time to show his cattle management skills and fulfill his dream. Watch him go!

Growling Rescue Dog Refuses To Give Up Favorite Toy12s

Growling Rescue Dog Refuses To Give Up Favorite Toy

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? Pets are amazing creatures that bring so much joy and love into our lives. Sure, they can be a lot of hard work to raise, some might say it is almost like raising a child, but those challenges are heavily outweighed by the positives. You can all agree that once you have a dog in your home is a part of the family , well dogs are family! Not only do we take walks, sleep together with them, play catch with them having a fun time in the backyard, we basically we do everything together with our precious little buddies! 2-year-old Stubby is a street dog who was hit by a taxi driver and rescued on the spot by a loving family. Now he spends his days in a happy home playing with his toys. His favorite, a stuffed panda, is never allowed to be taken off his bed. If so, this will happen! Remember your first stuffed animal? Some of you probably still have it somewhere in your home, to remind you of the good old days, when all you ever cared about is not misplacing your favorite plushie because sleep didn’t come so easy when you had to sleep alone. So you cannot blame Stubby for showing such attachment to his new favorite toy. Not only it is squishy and chewy and always at hand, pardon, at mouth, when you need it but after such a traumatized existence, the plaything might be the object of comfort for Stubby. And if you are not the person who likes to go deep into dog psychology, this remains a great toy to keep little pooch busy and have a round of tug of war, mano a mano. Our pets just love stuffed animals, because no matter how much they love us, their two-legged pack mates, they still need something that somewhat looks and feels like them. There is whole industry out there that provides loving pet owners with a stuffed animal for their furbabies, but what happens when your furball isn’t a ‘standard’ pet for all intents and purposes? Pets are love and pets are life. Whether you like them or not, you can’t deny the fact that they put some rainbow sprinkles on your day, figuratively speaking. All pets are wonderful, but if there is one species that is able to turn up the party, then it’s definitely our canine friends. 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!

zorica
Published: September 17, 2018628 plays$1.15 earned