Dogs & Puppies

Dog owner tries to watch football with English Bulldog1m01s

Dog owner tries to watch football with English Bulldog

Don't you just hate it when you sit down with your best friend to watch the game and he won't pay attention? Reuben the Bulldog doesn't care that it's the playoffs. All he knows is that there's a head that needs licking and he's just the dog to do it!

Published: January 14, 20181,903 plays$7.36 earned
Clever service dog protects his owner's head during seizure1m13s

Clever service dog protects his owner's head during seizure

Watch how Colt is trained to block his owner's head during a seizure - it's incredible to see! According to his owner, because she has a TBI, it's incredibly dangerous for her to hit her head. In this case though, it is only a reenactment and NOT a real (she's not actually hitting her head). He is trained to do this in a certain way that keeps both him and his owner safe and he is not in danger when assisting. With that in mind, it's always important to keep up with training (as you see in this video). Frequently Asked Questions (via Colt's owner) Q: What breed is Colt? A: Weimaraner/English Labrador Q: Where did I get Colt? A: Colt was hand picked from a litter by a behaviorist and myself. Q: Who trained Colt? A: Colt was owner trained by myself. Q: How did I train Colt? A: I have many years of experience training military K9's. Q: How long did it take to train him? A: Training never really stops, but he was considered a fully trained service dog after a little over a year and a half. Q: How does Colt alert to seizures? A: Seizure alert cannot be trained, it's a natural instinct. The dog can either do it or it can't. Q: How long do I have before a seizure or pass out spell when Colt alerts? A: For seizures I have anywhere from 30 min to 2 hours - although on most occasions it's enough time to take medication to prevent the seizure. For pass out spells, I have about 15 min. Q: What type of diet is Colt on? A: We follow a Prey Model Raw PMR and Frankenprey diet. This is a raw diet including 80% muscle meat, 10% meaty bones, and 10% organs. No vegetables included in meals.

Puppy needs favorite puppy to go to sleep39s

Puppy needs favorite puppy to go to sleep

We all know that feeling when we are tired and just want to fall asleep instantaneously, but it seems impossible without completing our rituals. We need our favorite blanket or our stuffed toy from our childhood, we all have our weird sleeping positions that we need to find or our music to listen to before falling asleep. And let's be honest! Who doesn't need a good night kiss? The same can be said for this adorable labrador puppy, who struggles to fall asleep and keeps searching for his position. Not even his favorite Pokemon blanket can help him this time. The solution is a good night kiss, of course! Just watch him come and give a big kiss on the camera! Gotta Catch 'Em All!

Published: January 11, 20183,616 plays$6.03 earned
Talented Puppy Shows Off A Neat Wall Pawstand Trick13s

Talented Puppy Shows Off A Neat Wall Pawstand Trick

Teaching your dogs some tricks is never a bad idea. You start by teaching your pooch some basic commands, like ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘heel’. These will make sure that your pet always knows the hierarchy in the pack that is your family, keeping you calm and itself safe. Once you have the basic commands down, then you can start trying out some fun stuff. Once the hiararchy has been established, you can teach your dog to do pretty much anything, although it might be a very good idea to teach it how to fetch beer first. You know, just in case it refuses to learn anything else. There are dog competitions where you and your pet pooch have to show prowess in some pretty cool tricks. While breed shows judge you on how well your dog conforms to the established breed standard, these doggy talent shows judge your dog on the skills you helped them develop, like this little pup managed to steal the hearts of Youtubers with her exceptional skills We’ve seen the Louby the talented Westie perform a myriad of tricks with her owner. She knows how to walk backwards in circles, to climb upwards with her back legs, to walk zig zag between her arms and so many cool little tricks. In this clip, we get to see what not only can Louby climb with her back legs, she can also performs a sort-of handstand, albeit with her legs on a wall. Still, it is pretty neat to see.

We Love How Comfortable This Pup Is In His Owner's Lap23s

We Love How Comfortable This Pup Is In His Owner's Lap

They are the best breed that could even be! Golden Retrievers are the goofballs in of the dog park; they can flash you a smile with an almost human-like quality that can melt even the iciest of hearts. Goldens are able to love and trust their owners unconditionally, which is pretty evident in this clip! Reagan really loves his owner and his favorite pastime in lying in her lap and letting her pets his paws. Just look how comfy and cute he is! It's no surprise that the Golden Retriever is one of the top ten most popular dogs in the U.S. It's all good with the Golden: he's highly intelligent, sociable, beautiful, and loyal. He's also lively. The Golden is slow to mature and retains the silly, playful personality of a puppy until three to four years of age, which can be both delightful and annoying. Many keep their puppyish traits into old age. A sweet, calm nature is the hallmark of the breed. The Golden was bred to work with people, and is eager to please his owner. Though hard-wired with a good disposition, like all dogs the Golden must be well-raised and well-trained to make the most of his heritage. Like every dog, the Golden needs early socialization — exposure to many different people, sights, sounds, and experiences — when they're young. Socialization helps ensure that your Golden puppy grows up to be a well-rounded dog. (source: