Dogs & Puppies

German Husky Plays Monkey-In-The-Middle In The Pool30s

German Husky Plays Monkey-In-The-Middle In The Pool

Nothing is better than spending time in your pool on a hot summer day, especially if it means spending time with your beloved family pet. The family pet, a German Shepherd Siberian Husky mix, is shown enjoying himself in the pool. Both breeds are known for their friendliness and swimming abilities. The dog named Bandit is shown playing a game where three kids try to keep a basketball away from their dog while he tries to catch it, the game is called “monkey in the middle”. It’s so much fun! This short video clip shows a calm summer’s day where three kids are enjoying playing with their dog. German Shepherd Siberian Husky mixes are known for their athletic abilities and intelligence. German Shepherds for example are used by police forces and militaries around the world due to their abilities to track and herd objects and animals, shown in the video as the dog swims quickly back and forth trying to retrieve the ball. German Shepherds are also known to be loving animals. German Shepherds are one of the only animals that are trained to be service animals in Queensland, Australia, and to be featured as the loving dog that helped out families in the long running Canadian TV show “The Littlest Hobo”, also seen in the video by the dog’s friendly demeanor. In addition to the dog portraying friendly and athletic characteristics of a German Shepherd , the dog is also mixed with a Siberian Husky. Siberian Huskies are known to be excellent with children which makes them a great dog for families. In addition, Huskies have excellent tracking and hunting abilities which come from their Alaskan heritage of being able to track animals in harsh conditions. The breed is known to be very athletic and loves to be outdoors. Siberian Huskies are incredibly loyal and family oriented dogs and have been known to venture on their own in the Alaskan wilderness, but always returning home with food when the winter gets harsh. This ancient ability and family loyalty of the husky can be shown in the video by the loving nature of the dog towards the children and the ability of the dog to have excellent stamina while trying to track and retrieve the ball. Bandit, the German Shepherd Siberian Husky Mix, looks like he’s having a lot of fun playing monkey in the middle with his family. The dog’s tail is wagging with excitement and the kids seem to be enjoying themselves too. Playing with your family pets is a perfect way to enjoy the summer, especially when it is hot outside. Both the dog and the kids are able to beat the heat of summer while getting valuable exercise too! What did you think of the video? Do you have a loveable pet that you like to spend time with? Be sure to tell us about your pet in the comments down below! If you enjoyed the video be sure to share it with your friends, especially if they’re fellow pet lovers!

Published: August 2, 20183,633 plays$5.44 earned
Cool Pomeranian Is A Skateboarding Genius16s

Cool Pomeranian Is A Skateboarding Genius

This cuddly Pomeranian doesn't need to do much to get attention. Just look at his teddy bear appearance and adorable face. Today, this little cutie is kicking it up a notch. This dog has talents that are guaranteed to get stares from its adoring public. Just watch him glide along on his motorized skateboard . He is all dressed up and exuding confidence as he looks from side to side. He's making absolutely sure that everyone notices him. The expression on his face and body language says “Hey! Check me out!” This clearly isn't the dogs first ride around the neighborhood. Isn't he the cutest? He looks like the kind of dog you would see in a Hollywood movie or a TV commercial. If this dog had a single male owner, this little fur ball could be the ultimate wingman as every female that sees him would stop and ask questions. What a great conversation starter! The Pomeranian dog breed is very perky and friendly and though they are quite small, they still do seem to need a fair amount of exercise. They absolutely thrive on training. They are a Spitz type dog that is named for the Pomerania region in north-west Poland and north-east Germany. They are extremely extroverted, sociable and playful. Maybe you are wondering if they make good family pets? Well, Pomeranians can be quite suspicious of strangers and have a reputation for being somewhat yappy. They are quite good with children, but they are not the best choice for very young kids or highly active children because of their small size. You should never let young kids play with your Pomeranian without supervision. Originally, the Pomeranian was bred as a sled-dog but over the years was bred down in size. This would explain why people say that they are a small dog with a big dog personality. People seem to fall in love with these dogs and it's easy to see why. Their faces are so appealing and almost foxlike. They are great in agility competitions, very obedient and always a good family friend. You may wonder if a dog with such a thick coat can tolerate a warm climate? Well you can imagine how it would feel to wear a heavy coat in hot and humid weather. These dogs were bred for an arctic type environment so you need to be aware of the risk of heat stroke. Don't exercise your Pomeranian too much in very hot weather. Their coats are very insulating and this makes them very prone to overheating. The Pomeranian breed has an average lifespan of 12 to 16 years so you are going to be with your furry friend for a long time. Dental care should never be overlooked. As your dog ages, exercise will still be important but should be at a slower pace. One thing is for sure. You will have years of enjoyment and companionship with this wonderful breed. You can certainly see how much fun this little ball of fluff is having on his skateboard, and that fun is always contagious for the pet owner too. If you enjoyed this fun clip, please share this video with all your friends.

French Bulldog uses treadmill to stay in shape31s

French Bulldog uses treadmill to stay in shape

8-year old Teddy needs to stay in shape, but won't work out without cookie motivation! It's a good thing he doesn't have to go farther than his Chicago area basement to get on the treadmill!

Published: August 2, 201825,099 plays$30.37 earned
Ambitious Pit Bull Puppy Unloads Mock-Ferocious Bark7s

Ambitious Pit Bull Puppy Unloads Mock-Ferocious Bark

The concept of "the most ferocious dog" is rather blurry, as representatives of the vast majority of breeds will never attack first. But if this best friend of man is thoroughly provoked, then, of course, it will rush to attack. And here the question arises - which dog breed, being provoked, is capable of causing the greatest damage? The first thing that came to your mind, mental image and all, was the Pit Bull, wasn’t it? We call misconception, and loud and clear at that. At the turn of the 20th century, Pit Bulls were considered the best family dogs bellowed for the way and intensity of showing affection and gentleness towards children. But in modern days the poor Pit Bull is faced with an increasingly bad PR spread by the media and the popular belief. They are considered monsters who are born and bred for the illegal “bull-baiting” ring. Some of these dogs were truly born and lived for the ring never seeing the light of day or normal dog fun and truth be spoken there have been incidents when they attacked children, people and everything that moves. Now Pit Bulls are regarded as the most mysterious pets - they are loved by the owners, but are feared by other people, and they also make a big sensation in the media. Pit Bull usually does not refer to a specific breed of dogs. In fact, they make up a wide class of several different breeds of dogs. The most famous of them are the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and the American Pit Bull Terrier. All these breeds have similar features to the structure, color, and temperament. Many publicly exposed cases lead to the belief that most people breed pit bulls just to fight in the ring. Initially, Pit Bulls were bred for physical tasks, such as hunting, and sometimes fights. However, most modern owners breed dogs exclusively for family purposes. If you allow yourself to scratch deeper under the surface of the fear-based anti-pitbull culture and take up caring for this amazing breed, you will find your fears and doubts washed away in minutes. Yes, you will fall in love. And why wouldn't you? These are muscle-popping dogs have an amazing love of people. It is unimaginable sometimes that a dog with such a bad reputation would be the same craves so much human attention. Despite their size, they sometimes think and behave like lapdogs. And they can be cute. Look at, for example, the tiny Pit Bull pup in the video at the top of the page. The beautiful pooch is resting on the sofa cushions. The lady owner places her hand in front of its muzzle and makes the barking gesture, known and performed by all puppy owners who want to tease their pet babies. Look at the sweet bark! The voice that is supposed to be scary and repealing is now so thin, funny and cute. If you love dogs as much as we do, share this video on social media or tell us a story of your beloved four-legged pal in the comment section below. And remember: dogs rule!

Tired Bulldog Tries To Steal Sip Of Owner's Coffee46s

Tired Bulldog Tries To Steal Sip Of Owner's Coffee

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. If you have not checked your watch and calendar, we will drop you a little secret about modern dogs – times have changed. Modern times call for some pretty amazing modern dogs with a developed sense of self, a charismatic personality and a brilliantly hilarious way to show it. And, of course, a taste for a good cup of coffee! It turns out that Fiona the French Bulldog is just like all of us. She needs her coffee ASAP! She is sitting slumped on the passenger seat looking pretty tired. Those big bulldog eyes are telling volumes and the owner does understand, but what he cannot grasp is why does Fiona act like him when he is tired? There is an old cup of coffee between the seats and she goes straight for it! Coffee is not for dogs! But, judging from the endearing changes in his voice we are to understand that he also is captivated by that adorable puppy face. Look at her! Look at her dip her muzzle in the coffee cup and raise those large wet eye-lashed bulldog eyes towards the camera. How can anyone resist you, Fiona? People say that, over time, dogs start to resemble their owners, both in looks and in behavior. Whether it’s the animals that start imitating their humans or the humans start to identify themselves with their dogs, it doesn’t matter, there are hundreds of photos and videos online where dogs look and behave almost exactly like the dog owners! Fiona is just one of many! 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. If you love dogs as much as we do, share this video on social media or tell us a story of your beloved four-legged pal in the comment section below. And remember: dogs rule!