Dogs & Puppies

Cranky bulldog feels better after belching1m06s

Cranky bulldog feels better after belching

When dogs speak to their owners, sometimes it's hard to pick up exactly what they're laying down. Hungry? Lonely? Tired? Hard to say. Luckily enough for Reuben the English bulldog after some solid whining, he fully expresses what the problem is!

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Published: January 15, 20185,340 plays$22.87 earned
Border Collie Trained To Look At Camera Right On Cue1m00s

Border Collie Trained To Look At Camera Right On Cue

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, people actually had to sit down and stay frozen for a minute to get their picture taken. They didn’t know the outcome and they couldn’t change it a bit, they just had to accept their fate and live with the photos as they are. Can you imagine the horror? All kidding aside, people have it easy these days. Ever since the invention of digital cameras, photography has flourished and it is almost inevitable that somewhere in time someone took a photo of you and most likely than not it is forever embed in the confines of the world wide web. It can both be a blessing and a curse, it is up to you to decide it. These past few years there’s been an even funnier phenomenon than the amount of pictures taken. Can you guess what it is? You probably can, but don’t worry, we’ll wait for you to first take your selfie. No one from 7 days to 77 years or even more is immune to the selfie-plague. It has escalated so much to the point where people take selfies of literally everything they do, and you can’t escape it. Apparently, even pets can’t escape it. If that isn’t enough, some people are actually able to train their pets to strike a pose and remain frozen until they’ve taken the perfect selfie. This adorable Border Collie named Ace is obviously a pro at taking selfies with his owner because he knows just when to turn and even which pose to take. That is seriously cool. Plus, if we’re being honest, we never really mind pictures of adorable pets.