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Emotional reunion between dog and owners after weeks apart1m14s

Emotional reunion between dog and owners after weeks apart

He may look big, but Angus the Golden Retriever is still very much a puppy at just 10 months old. His owners just got back from a holiday, so they gave him a surprise entrance through the back gate. Watch as he leaps in the air with pure joy. This is just too adorable, pure love!

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Published: October 14, 2017Updated: October 25, 20174,215 views
Grinning puppy's amazing day at the beach1m51s

Grinning puppy's amazing day at the beach

Angus the Golden Retriever Puppy is 10 weeks old and ready to explore what this world has to offer. He confidently makes his way to his local beach in Seaford on Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne, Australia. You are too cute, Angus!

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Published: July 23, 2017Updated: July 25, 20177,643 views
Golden Retriever puppy dives for crabs in sea 1m24s

Golden Retriever puppy dives for crabs in sea

5-month-old Angus the Golden Retriever loves his local beach on Port Phillip Bay in Seaford, Melbourne. After seeing crabs run through the shallows he chases straight for them, frantically trying to catch what he spotted. Awesome!

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Published: July 12, 2017Updated: July 13, 201726,217 views
Dog terribly confused with new water bowl1m27s

Dog terribly confused with new water bowl

7-month-old Angus the Golden Retriever gets rather confused when his old water bowl is replaced with a new one. It looks like he could had stayed there for hours dazing into the bottom of the bowl until he hears his owner behind him and interrupts his fierce concentration. Too adorable!

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Published: July 2, 2017Updated: July 3, 201740,167 viewsVirality: 1%
Golden Retriever's day at the beach turns fatal after eating a poisonous fish 1m21s

Golden Retriever's day at the beach turns fatal after eating a poisonous fish

They say a cat has 9 lives, but how many do dogs get ?? This young Pup is now onto his second after this terrifying encounter. At just 7 months Old Angus the Golden Retriever is lucky enough to go to the beach daily, running & playing along the pristine shores of Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne, Australia. After certain conditions, tides and seasons there is sometimes washed up dead fish along the foreshore. In which are usually the fish you would least want washed up on shores causing huge danger to our loved pets. On this winter day the curious Pup digested one of the washed up dead fish in one short gulp, whilst he was out of reach of his owners. The Puffer fish (also toad fish and blow fish) are a delight for dogs to try – the stinkier the better! They are the second most poisonous vertebrates in the world. And of course we have them here in Australia! They are members of the family Tetraodontidae and they carry a poison in their skin and internal organs called tetrodotoxin. Tetrodotoxin is liberated by bacteria in the fish’s gut, the toxin then being absorbed into the blood and heading toward the liver and skin of the fish. It is not toxic to the fish themselves, but is a useful defense against predators. Consequently, for most dogs that just taste the fish, the signs of toxicity may be minimal or non-existent, but for those who eat the whole fish, the result can be fatal. The toxin is a neurotoxin (affecting the nervous system) and blocks nerve conduction, particularly in the heart and brain. Signs of toxicity often begin with gastrointestinal signs such as vomiting and/or diarrhoea. Vomiting can be very helpful and may aid in eliminating the offending agent and providing a diagnosis. Other signs that may develop include tremors, hind limb weakness/ataxia, breathing difficulties and occasionally seizures. Without appropriate supportive care, death occurs from respiratory paralysis and cardiac failure. Neurological signs can take 1-4 hours to develop, so pets should be closely observed if they eat unknown objects from the waterfront. There is no antidote to tetrodotoxin paralysis but it can be effectively managed with seizure control if indicated, assisted ventilation and cardiovascular support. The toxin generally wears off over 24 hours following exposure provided appropriate supportive care is instituted. Most dogs will return to full and normal function as though nothing ever happened. After getting put through to emergency at his local veterinarian, Angus has an injection of Apomorphine to empty out his stomach to remove the nasty contents which will save his precious life. the Toad fish is completely removed. Angus is now able to head home with a few hours remaining of awful nausea. A few hours later he is back to his happy self again!! A terrifying moment for these pet owners I'm sure !

DIY home decoration made from old fence palings1m00s

DIY home decoration made from old fence palings

In today's time, reusing and re-purposing any old material has become quite popular. It helps the environment and can also provide for an affordable alternative to other products and decorations. Watch as this talented young girl from Australia redecorates her new home with this amazing DIY feature wall made from old fence palings. The rustic finish sure does bring this home some instant character and it looks amazing! Would you ever try something like this for your own home? Let us know in the comment section! Be sure to visit https://rumble.com/ for more awesome DIY videos that you should try out. Check out this awesome DIY project.

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Published: June 13, 2017Updated: June 14, 20174,003 viewsVirality: 13%
This adorable Golden Retriever's Day at the beach will Cheers you up 1m24s

This adorable Golden Retriever's Day at the beach will Cheers you up

12 week old Angus The Golden Retriever Puppy is sure to turn anybody's ordinary day into a happy one! Watch the adorable pup play on the shores of Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne, Australia. It's hard not to smile while watching the mischievous ball of white fluff jump around and dig holes in the sand!! We love you Angus :-)

Dog left alone completely destroys backyard1m17s

Dog left alone completely destroys backyard

You won't believe the damage this Golden Retriever has done to his owner's backyard while she was away at work. Angus has had his paws full all day. It is good to be busy, because “idle hands are the devil’s workshop”. However, this little devil was on a mission on his own! He weeded the garden, removed some pesky moles, fixed the piping and even had some spare time to do some decorating! Or so he claims, because once his owner got a look at Angus’ work, he immediately felt ashamed! Poor puppy! Dogs, especially Retrievers, are very social animals and can grow incredibly affectionate towards their companions, so if you are working full time and travel a lot, you may want to reconsider getting one of these dogs. They are prone to mouthiness, which means that they will chew through anything, especially if stressed or left without supervision.

Adventurous Golden Retriever loves paddle boarding1m21s

Adventurous Golden Retriever loves paddle boarding

You can't teach an old dog new tricks; but how about an adorable puppy? At just 12 weeks old, Angus sure isn't scared to try new things. Watch him walk up and down this paddle board for the first time in Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne. He then casually jumps off and swims to the calls of his owner, showing off his doggie paddle technique! What an interesting aptitude for such a young and adorable puppy. Don't you just want to cuddle with this little surfer? If you're looking for more dog videos, visit Rumble.com to get your daily dose of cuteness. Check out this surfing dog.

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Published: May 23, 2017Updated: May 24, 201722,513 views
Golden Retriever hates using leash for walks1m15s

Golden Retriever hates using leash for walks

Angus The Golden Retriever loves going on his walks along the beach by Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne every single day. He just has one issue - he doesn't understand why he has to be walked with a leash! After a long battle of tug of war with his owner he is finally trusted and let to run free!

Golden Retriever refuses to get off the bed1m34s

Golden Retriever refuses to get off the bed

Angus the naughty but adorable 5-month-old English Cream Retriever is definitely stubborn when he doesn't get his way. His owner tries to change the bed when this wet pup comes and jumps right on top of them, making it nearly impossible to get the job done. Completely ignoring the commands to get off the bed, he is eventually dragged off, still latching on to the sheets as he is dragged down the hallway.

Golden Retriever Puppy gets upset when a camera goes in his hole 35s

Golden Retriever Puppy gets upset when a camera goes in his hole

Angus the Golden Retriever Puppy gets to go to his local beach every day, one of his favourite things to do is digging ! If it's not at the beach it's at home in the garden. He is an absolute terror with attitude. At just 4 months old his Digging away during a beautiful summers night on Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne, he is in his element until someone drops a GoPro in his hole !! His not happy about it and wants it out ASAP, but he just keeps digging it deeper. Looks like it's staying in there this time Angus!